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CACTUS 



JULIE LOCKMAN, Editor-in-Chief 

JEAN KELLNER, Associate Editor 

GAL NEWTON, Business Director 

FRANKIE MAE LINDSEY, Assistant Business Director 

MARGUERITE FREEMAN, Production Manager 



Published By Texas Student Publications, Inc. 
The University of Texas, Austin, Texas 



FOREWORD 

The words "The University of Texas" have a different meaning 
for every student who comes to the Forty Acres. The scientist, 
the musician, the engineer, each will look back on his stay here 
with different memories. 

To those of us just beginning our college careers, The Univer- 
sity holds promise. To those of us who are leaving, there may 
already be a nostalgic glow over the past four years crowded 
with new experiences, new friends, disappointments and 
accomplishments. 

The staff of the 1953 Cactus has attempted to capture the 
"spirit" of The University in this collection of college memories. 
Not only the spirit of a cheering football crowd but the spirit 
which is created every day by the composite thinking, seeking, 
loving, living of the 12,500 people who are themselves The 
University of Texas. 



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CONTENTS 



Administration 

ACADEMIC 

Graduates 

Seniors 

Juniors 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 

Student Government-Publications 

Honoraries 

CAMPUS 

Features 

Sororities 

Fraternities 

Military 

Dorms and Co-Ops 

Service 

LIMELIGHT 

ACTIVITIES 

Fine Arts 
Clubs 
Athletics 
Intramurals 




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Governor Allan Shivers 



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James P. Hart, Chancellor 



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President Looan Wilson 

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BOARD OF REGENTS 



Chairman . 
Vice-Chairman 



TOM SEALY 
DAVID M. WARREN 



LEROV JEFFERS, Houston 

LEE LOCKWOOD, Waco 

L. C. DATES, Center 

J. R. SORRELL, Corpus Christi 

MRS. EDGAR TOBIN, San Antonio 

CLAUDE W. VOYLES, Austin 

D. K. WOODWARD, Dallas 



Retired, January, 1953: 
JAMES W. ROCKWELL, Houston 
A. M. G. SWENSON, Stamford 
WILLIAM E. DARDEN, Waco 




Left to Right: Tobin, Swensnn, Gates. Voyles, Lnckwood, Sealy. Soi 
l*irrll: Jeffers, Rockwell. 



rll. Dardrn. Woodward, Warren. 



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ADMINISTRATION 




JAMES C. DOLLEY 

Vice-President and Acting President, Main University 

An administrator with a flair for sports, Vice-President Dolley is well-known 
in academic and business circles throughout the nation. During his college 
days he served as captain of his basketball team. His name appears in Who's 
Who in America, Who's Who in Commerce and Industry, Who's Who in 
Education, and The Directory of American scholars. 






HENRY Y. McCOWN 

Registrar and Dean of Admissions 
A retired Naval officer. Captain McCown has been at the 
University for ten years. Until 1949, he was NROTC 
commandant. He assumed his present duties in September 
of that year. The Registrar is an Admiral in the Texas 
Navy and holds the Navy Cross and the Legion of Merit. 



C. READ CRANBERRY 

Assistant to the Chancellor 

A former professor of electrical engineering and an illumi- 
natioT expert. Mr. Cranberry's interests are varied. When 
he's not engaged in University business, he might be found 
collecting Indian artifacts, water-coloring landscapes, or 
dabbling in color photography. The assistant chancellor 
has served as unofficial parliamentarian for the state 
House of Representatives for 15 sessions. 



CARROLL D. SIMMONS 
Vice-Chancellor for Business and Finance 
During his twenty-eight years on the campus, the Vice- 
Chancellor has served the University in many capacities. 
He has been a professor of business administration, sta- 
tistical assistant to the registrar, secretary to the Board of 
Regents, investment statistician and investment officer, 
vice-president and comptroller. He is now the business 
chief for the entire University system. 



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ARNO NOWOTNY 
Dean of Student Life 

Dean Shorty's 'watchword' is to keep in sympa- 
thetic touch with the students, personally. And 
he does. A former UT cheerleader, the popular 
Dean is also national president of Alpha Phi 
Omega. 






CHARLES HERMAN SPARENBERG 
Auditor 

As Auditor, Mr. Sparenberg has charge of most 
of the financial relations of the University and 
its branches. A Texas ex, the Auditor was in- 
tramurals wrestling champion for two years 
while in college. 



DOROTHY LOUISE GEBAUER 

Dean of Women 

With the grace, charm and tact that makes her 
a favorite with University girls, Miss Gebauer 
has been Dean of Women since 1937. When 
not busy with official duties, she's the outdoor 
type enjoys horseback riding, mountain climb- 
ing and camping. 



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JACK HOLLAND 
Dean of Men 



Dean Jack is famous for his own brand of coun- 
seling. He calls it "bull sessions with the boys." 
Much of his time is devoted to sponsoring Var- 
sity Carnival, the Interfratcrnity Council, and 
the men's service organizations and social 
fraternities. 



CHARLES T. CLARK 

Director, Office of Non-academic Personnel 

During his undergraduate days, Mr. Clark was 
president of Alpha Phi Omega and a member 
of Friars. Before becoming Director of Non- 
academic Personnel, he was Assistant Dean of 
Men and Director of the Employment Bureau. 



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WILLIAM D. BLUNK 

Assistant Dean of Student Life 

Dean Blunk is active as Secretary of the Dads' 
Association and editor of the organization's 
magazine, Dad's Digest. The official censor for 
campus shows, the assistant dean is chairman 
of the Rally Committee and the Orientation 
Committee and is in charge of summer enter- 
tainment. 






JESSE EARL ANDERSON 

Assistant to the Dean of Women 

Miss Anderson leads a busy life working with 
students in Cap and Gown, Co-Ed Assembly, 
WICA, and the Orientation Council. In addi- 
tion, she is house chairman of women's resi- 
dences. The dean enjoys horseback-riding in her 
spare time. 



MARGARET PECK 
Assistant Dean of Women 

When Miss Peck isn't in the Dean's office, you 
might find her fishing on Lake Austin. That, 
however, would be rare, for she is usually busy 
working with Panhellenic, the State Board of 
Mental Hygiene, or students who just want 
to chat. 




HELEN M. FLINN 

Assistant to the Dean of Women 

After working with University-owned women's 
dormitories since 1936, Miss Flinn moved to 
the Dean of Women's office and is now working 
with students in a different phase of their col- 
lege lives. She is chairman of the social calendar 
committee and is always on hand to advise 
organizations and individuals on social activities. 



CARL V. BREDT 
Associate Dean of Student Life 

A man of varied interests, Mr. Bredt was a 
Southwest Conference football official for five 
years, and was at one time sponsor of the Men's 
Glee Club. In addition, the genial associate 
dean enjoys "playing at" golf and training bird 
dogs. 



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PAUL J. THOMPSON 
Director, School of Journalism 

Mr. Thompson, called the "Mr. Chips of Texas 
journalists" has, after many years of tireless 
effort, succeeded in getting a new building for 
his students. Now that that project is finished he 
is free to continue his work as friend and coun- 
selor to aspiring journalists. 






C. P. BONER 
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 

It's a good trick (if you can do it) to work 
with guided missiles at the Defense Research 
Laboratory and be Dean of the largest college 
on the campus. And Dr. Boner does it. In his 
"spare" time, he enjoys experimenting with 
the arts especially organs. 



HENRY M. BURLAGE 

Dean, College of Pharmacy 

Dr. Burlage left the University of North Caro- 
lina in 1947 to become dean of the UT College 
of Pharmacy. When not busy with Rho Chi, 
Sigma Xi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Alpha Chi, 
and Kappa Psi, you might find him caring for 
his prize winning show dogs that's his hobby. 




ALEXANDER MOFFITT 
University Librarian 

Mr. Moffitt is one of the unsung heroes of 
the campus. He's the man who keeps over 
900,000 University library books in circulation. 
As head of the University depository, he directs 
the best library in the Southwest. 



L. L. CLICK 
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 

By his own admission, Dean Click is a "book- 
worm." In fact, he calls that his hobby. As a 
professor of English, he is a recognized author- 
ity on literature. 



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HARWELL HAMILTON HARRIS 

Director, School of Architecture 

With a long list of accomplishments Dr. Harris 
came to the University in 1951. In 1939 he 
was given recognition in Encyclopaedia Brit- 
tanica. In 1941 a house he designed was illus- 
trated in Life magazine. In fact, his works 
have been widely published not only in Ameri- 
can periodicals, but also in Swiss, Argentine, 
German, Swedish, and Japanese publictaions. 



A. P. BROGAN 

Dean, Graduate School 

From an instructor in philosophy to Dean of 
the Graduate School and president of the Con- 
ference of Deans of Southern Graduate Schools 
that's Dean Brogan. Little wonder his wife 
claims his hobby is the University. Dean Bro- 
gan has been listed in Who's Who in America 
since 1938. 



WILLIS RAYMOND WOOLRICH 

Dean, College of Engineering 

Dean Woolrich has not confined his many 
talents to The University of Texas. In 1948 
he served as the chief scientific officer of the 
Scientific Section of the US Embassy in Eng- 
land. As president of the American Society of 
Engineering Education, he represented that or- 
ganization at an international meeting on engi- 
neering education in Jauary, 1953. 





LAURENCE D. HASKEW 
Dean, College of Education 

Tall and lanky, but not from Texas, Dean 
Haskew is known as a journalist, as well as a 
teacher. And as a teacher, he is a familiar sight 
not only in Sutton Hall, but also in the Uni- 
versity Methodist Church. The Dean is a mem- 
ber of Phi Beta Kappa. 



LEWIS LINDAHL 

Bursar 

Mr. Lindahl definitely knows the "ropes" in 
the Auditor's Office. When he came to the 
University in 1929, he served as assistant book- 
keeper. Between that time and February, 1948, 
when he became Bursar, he was bookkeeper, 
cashier, and supervisor. 




CHARLES W. ROBERTS, JR. 

Director, Student Employment Bureau; 
Co-ordinator of Religious Activities 

Before taking over his present duties, friendly 
Mr. Roberts served as Veteran's Advisor in 
addition to his work as Religious Co-ordinator. 
On the side Mr. Roberts enjoys antique col- 
lecting. 



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PAUL L. WHITE 
Director, University Student Health Center 

When it was decided that the University Health 
Service should include a psychiatric unit, Dr. 
White was selected to head it. Now, as Director 
of the Health Center, he continues his interest 
in mental hygiene by giving frequent lectures 
on and off the campus. 



E. WILLIAM DOTY 
Dean, College of Fine Arts 

When Dr. Doty arrived at the University in 
1938, he was the youngest dean on the campus. 
He was a student at the University of Leipzig 
and has been known to conduct operas upon 
a day's notice. Extra-curricularly speaking, the 
dean is best known in Austin for his organ 
recitals. 



PAGE KEETON 
Dean, School of Law 

An adamant bridge fan, Dean Keeton considers 
it the most fascinating game he knows. Garden- 
ing runs a close second for his interests outside 
law. Besides teaching, the dean writes exten- 
sively in Texas, Oklahoma, and Minnesota Law 
Reviews. 





WILLIAM R. SPRIEGEL 
Dean, College of Business Administration 

Dean Spriegel's books on industrial and person- 
nel management arc widely used in the nation's 
colleges and universities. He joined the staff 
here in 1948 after directing the management 
department at Northwestern University. He is 
listed in Who's Who in America. 



R. R. DOUGLASS 

Director, Graduate School of Library Science 

Dr. Douglass is proof positive that librarians 
should not necessarily be associated with book- 
worms. The jovial dean became director of the 
University's library school when it was or- 
ganized in 1948. He has had previous experi- 
ence as teacher and librarian in Texas, Kansas, 
and Georgia. 




JAMES R. D. EDDY 
Dean, Division of Extension 

Nationally recognized as an authority on voca- 
tional education. Dean Eddy has a varied back- 
ground of experience as a teacher and research 
specialist. He became Dean in 1951, and is 
president of the National Association of Indus- 
trial Teacher Educators. 



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DEVELOPMENT BOARD 





HULON W. BLACK, Director 
EDWARD W. SMITH, Assistant Director 



GEORGE P. HILL, Chairman 



Director 
Assistant Director 



HULON W. BLACK 
EDWARD W. SMITH 



BOARD 



GEORGE P. HILL, Chairman, Fort Worth 

L. H. CULLUM, Vice-Chairman, Wichita Falls 
HINES H. BAKER, Houston 

JAMES A. ELKINS, Houston 
JAMES P. HART, Austin 



J. R. PARTEN, Houston 

ROBERT W. STAYTON, Austin 
ROGER J. WILLIAMS, Austin 

JAMES RALPH WOOD, Dallas 
ANGUS G. WYNNE, Dallas 



The University of Texas Development Board, the fund raising agency for the University, 
includes in its membership representatives of the Board of Regents the Ex-Students' Association, 
the Administration, and the faculty. Its primary purpose is to assist in financing approved Uni- 
versity projects which may not reasonably be expected to be financed either from the appropriation 
of public funds or from the income of the University's endowment. 

The Board consists of ten members, three of whom are named by the Board of Regents, four 
by the Executive Council of the Ex-Students' Association, and two by and from the general faculty. 
The Chancellor serves as an ex-officio member. As members of the Board these men receive no 
financial remuneration but donate their time and effort for the welfare of the State through the 
University. 

The Board is directly responsible to the Board of Regents, and any project which it undertakes 
must first receive the approval of the Administration. It attempts to assist in carrying forward the 
University's program as outlined and approved by the Administration and the Regents. In seeking 
funds for approved projects it works with foundations, both local and national; with individuals, 
both in Texas and outside the bounds of the State; and with corporations and other business enter- 
prises whose interest and support can be enlisted. Within the University it works closely not only 
with the administrative officers but also with members of the faculty in developing and financing 
a great variety of enterprises which are needed for the upbuilding both of the Main University and 
its various branches. These enterprises run the gamut from buildings, scholarships, and fellowships 
to research projects, library acquisitions, additions to the museums, salary supplementation, and 
many other phases of the University's life and work. 



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EX-STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 








JOHN A. McCURDY, Secretary 



ROBERT LEE BOBBITT, President 



The Ex-Students' Association forms a link between the University and all ex-students of the 
school. An important public relations unit, the Association maintains a much-used file on every 
student's life here, and publishes the monthly magazine, The Alcalde. 

In addition to these services, the Ex-Student's Association has several "firsts" of which it 
can be proud. Through its sponsorship, the first Round-Up was inaugurated in 1930 as a means 
of bringing exes, parents, and friends back to the campus and of stimulating cooperative efforts 
between faculty, students, and ex-students. 

The Association continues to assist in securing gifts for the University. As a result, a number 
of loan and scholarship funds have been established, and every year each ex is encouraged to make 
some gift to the University through the Association's Annual Giving program. 



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DADS' ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

President . . HARRY C. WEBB, Houston 

V ice-Presidents . TED B. BROWN, San Angelo 

J. BROWN CUTBIRTH, Houston 
RAYMOND M. MYERS, Dallas 
RALPH E. FAIR, San Antonio 

Treasurer . . R. C. (Bob) ARMSTRONG, Austin 
Secretary . . W. D. BLUNK, Austin 

Past Presidents . JOHN W. HAMPTON, Wichita Falls 
J. LEE DITTERT, Bellville 



Seated: Armstrong, Brown, Webb, Cutbirth. 
Standing: Hampton, Dittert, Blunk. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Ray Arnhold, Wichita Falls 
John G. Becker, San Angelo 
Robert Lee Bobbitt, San Antonio 
Ronald W. Byram, Austin 
H. P. Byrnes, Palestine 
Wm. A. Cline, Sr., Wharton 
Conway Craig, Corpus Christi 
Paul F. Dickard, Waco 
Wm. F. Ford, Amarillo 
Morris B. Hampton, Naples 
Dixon Holman, Fort Worth 
Jack W. Howell, Bryan 



Hubert Ingraham, Abilene 
A. J. Luckett, New Braunfels 

C. T. McLaughlin, Snyder 
Irvin D. Sachs, Greenville, Miss. 

D. W. Simpson, El Paso 
H. P. Smead, Longview 
John N. Touchstone, Dallas 
Wm. F. Weed, Beaumont 
Jay White, Harlingen 
Gordon Wynne, Wills Point 
Barry York, Houston 



The University of Texas Dads' Association was formed Oct. 16, 1948 and provides in its 
constitution that "any father or male guardian of a student or ex-student of The University of 
Texas is a member." 

During the past year, the organization has had over 1300 participating members who have 
paid dues. The funds derived from these dues have made possible the publication of the U.T. Dads' 
Digest, and an experimental high school visitation program which has proved very successful. A 
Dads' Scholarship Fund was started in 1951-1952. 

The highpoint of Dads' Association activities came this year with the annual Dads' Day 
held on the campus. Fathers were taken on tours of the campus, and honored at a coffee (mothers 
had their own). They were addressed by Chancellor James P. Hart and by President Harry Webb, 
who gave the annual report. In addition, the Association made awards to the Best All-Round Boy 
and the Best All-Round Girl at the University. The awards this year went to Ralph Person of Karnes 
City, and Ann Rosborough of Tyler. 

Further encouragement of good citizenship was made by the Dads' this year when they 
co-operated with the Campus League of Women Voters in presenting an award to the Outstanding 
Assemblyman of 1952, Sidney Siegel of Paris. 



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IN MEMORIAM 



Faculty 



WILLIAM J. DISCH 

WILLIAM AUGUST FELSING 

EDWIN T. MITCHELL 

FLORENCE SPENCER 



Students 

HEINZ BERGER 

ROBERT W. (BOBBY) DAVIS 

JACOB S. FLOYD, JR. 

KENNETH FULMER 

JOE P. GAULT 

JOHN A. McBRIDE 

MICHAEL O'CONNOR 

C. J. SHAPIRO 

J. M. SHELTON, JR. 

ROBERT DON WILLIFORD 

NORBERT A. WUNSCH 



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ADAMS, ROZWELL SAM, Daisetta 
Marketing, Advertising 

AIBA, FRANCIS HITOSHI, Tokyo, 

Psychology, International Club, Newman 
Association, Japanese Neuro-Psychiatric Associ 

AL-AISH, MATTI, Baghdad, Iraq 

Botany, Assembly, Silver Spurs, International Council, 

Committee, Arab Student Associatio 

standing Student, Round-Up Comm 

AL-HIMYARY, JAFAR S 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

ASHWORTH. EDWIN THOMAS, 

Geology, KA, HAE, American Association ofLj>etrole 

BALL. FRED. JR.. Crystal City 
Music Theory, 4>MA, University Singei 

BELL, DAVID, III, San Anton 
Physics, MICA, San Antonio Club 

BICKERSTAFF, C. RA 

Physical Education, <AO, Fufc 

elation, Health, Physical Education and Recreation 




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BUTTERY, DOROTHY ALICE. San Angelo 

Science Education, Glee Club, ACE, Cap and Gown, Westminster Student 

Fellowship 

CHERVENKA, CALVIN COOLIDGE, Rogers 
Mechanical Engineering, A-*fl, ITT2, ASME, TAeS, SIE, Czech Club 

CHO, ALFRED CHIH-FANG. Shanghai, China 
Physics, ZIIS, UTSAM, Chinese Student Association 

CONATSER, JOHN M., Stephenyille 

English, PX, Theleme, Inter-Co-Op Council, Assembly, French Club 

COPELAND, HARRY E., JR., San Antonio 
Journalism, Advertising, *1>A6, AA, Daily Texan 

CRAWFORD. ROBERT FIELDS. Austin 

Biochemistry, tSK, Varsity Swimming, Varsity Water Polo 

CULLEN, EDWARD JOHN, Suffolk, England 
Chemical Engineering, YMCA, International Club 

DALINS, ILMANS, Austin 

Physics 

DEVINEY, MARVIN LEE. IR.. Prairie Lea 

Physical Chemistry. A4S2, 4>AT, AXS, Wesley Foundation, American Chemical 

Society 

D'HEMECOURT, GEORGE ALLOU, JR., Mercedes 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE, Newman Club 

DONIGAN. MARILYN RUTH, Corpus Christi 
Sociology, AKA 

DRUMWRIGHT, CHARLES McNEILL, Bryan 

English 

EICHBAUM, BARLANE RONALD, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Ceramic Engineering, Ceramic Society 

FIELDS, PAUL J., Austin 
Physics 

FISH, JOHN W., JR.. Beaumont 
Chemical Engineering, S2XE, TBII, AIChE 

FLEMING, GENE BRANCH. Mount Vernon 
Finance, KA, AIM. T Association. Cowboys 

FUJIMOTO, MASARU, Nagasaki-ken, Japan 

Cotton Marketing, International Club 

GARNETT, CARL A.. Warren, Ohio 

Physical Education, 6X, *EK, Texas Association, Health, Physical, Educa- 
tional and Recreation, PEM Club, Canterbury Club 

GARZA, JOSE J.. Hondo 
Accounting, MICA, Ex-Student Association 

GILSTRAP. ANITA JOYCE, Austin 

Organ, TIKA, M4>E, AAA, Sidney Lanier, Glee Club, Wesley 

Foundation, Cap and Gown, University Singers 

GILSTRAP, JANET LEE, George West 
Education, AZ, JIA9 

GLAZE, KATHLEEN ADELE. Austin 

Business Administration, Commercial Education, AOIT, ITA8, BBA, 

A Cappella Choir, Glee Club, Co-Ed Assembly, Graduate Club 

GOMEZ- VELASCO. HECTOR M., Mexico, D. F. 

Chemical Enginering, MICA, Rotary International Scholarship 

GOODRUM, BILLY R.. Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
Accounting, BA'P, Baptist Student Union. American Statistical 
Association 

GREENWOOD, DOROTHY FEHLIS, Ottine 
Textile and Clothing, ON, IL\9 

GUERRA, GERARDO ALVARO, Quito, Ecuador 

Civil Engineering 

GUINN, CAROLINE MAE, Cedar Valley 

Psychology, AAA, IIKA, *X, A1P, IL\e, Forensica, Varsity Debate, 
Oratorical Society, Canterbury Club, Women Voters, Bluebonnet Belle 
Nominee, Speech Club, Curtain Club, Austin Club. Graduate Club, 
Teaching Fellow 



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GRADUATES 



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GUREL, MEHMET, Afyon, Turkey 
Geology, SEPM 

(ll THKE, KARL-SIEGFRIED, Leer, Germany 
English, liiicin.aioii.il Club 

HARDWICK, OLIN A., Meridian 

Business Statistics, American Statistical Association 

HELLER, ROBERT, JR., Houston 

I'nii- Mathematics 



HENDRICKS, WILLIAM A., Dallas 

Bacteriology 

HERRERA. ROBERTO RICHARD, San Antonio 

Social Work, Texas Social Work Association, American Association of Social 

Workers 

HEUER, GEORGE J., JR., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Petroleum Engineering 

HEYRMAN, JACQUES S., New York, N. Y. 

Petroleum Engineering, IIKA 



HIGASHI, YASUNORI, Nagasaki-ken, Japan 
English 

HIROBE, MITSUO, Nagoya, Japan 
English 

HONEYCUTT, JERALD M.. Hawkins 

Chemistry, A4, AI0, American Chemical Society 
HOOD, ANITA LOUISE, Mesquite 

Latin-American Studies 



HUTCHINS. MARY AMELIA, Corpus Christ! 

Textile and Clothing. Al'i, OX, H\Q, Home Economics Club 

ING. SHIRLEY JOYCE, Longview 

English 

JAMES, J. JUANELLE, Iowa Park 
Home Economics 

JAMES, KEITH ELDON, Amarillo 
Genetics, *A9 



JONES, J. KATHRYN, Shallowater 

Physiology 

KASIMATIS, JOHN, Pueblo, Colo. 
Finance, IX 

KAUFMAN, JORDAN WILLIAM, New Haven, Conn. 

Pharmacy. PX, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

KAWAMATA, KUNIHIRO, Kumamoto City, Japan 
English 



KLAUS, EWALD FRED, JR., Baytown 

Zoology 

KLEYMEYER, RALPH T., JR.. Evansville, Ind. 
Latin-American Studies, Music, Journalism, 1'1'K. Longhorn Band, Univer- 
sity Singers, Cactus, Daily Texan. United World Federalists, Ex-Servicemen's 
Association 

KIELY, HARRY C., Jacksonville 
Advertising. \A1 Wesley Foundation 

LAINE. ALICE K., Galveston 
Social Work 



LAKE, JOHN W., Austin 

Educational Psychology, American Association of Economic Entomologists, Texas 
Academy of Science 

LIPP, CARL FREDERICK, JR., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Geology 

LJUNGSTRAND, ASTRID CHARLOTTA MARGARETA, 

Sothenburg, Sweden 

Psychology 

McMAKIN, LAURENCE EARL, Houston 

Chemical Engineering, K2, <t>AT, Lutheran Student Association, 
American Chemical Society 



A R., Dallas 

A BORGES DE, Bahia, Brazil 
)LIVIA, San Salvador, El Salvador 
:OLD, Dallas 

:LF,S, Austin 

:\r Mill. Ramshorn, Student Engineering 

WILMOTH, Bellwood, La. 
JGLAS HAMILTON, 

. YMCA, Theleme 
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GRADUATES 




MUGFORD, EDWARD GARRETT, JR., Dallas 
Medical Psychology, *X, MICA, ROTC 



OKHUYSEN. PABLO LEOPOLDO, J 

Physics, 2112, MICA, Newman Club 

OPIELA, ALEXANDER DAVID, 

Electrical Engineering, HKN, TBH, *H2 

OZULU, MEHMET Kayseri, 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE 




PATTERSON, NANCY IRENE, Texa 

Anthropology, AAII 

PATTERSON, WAYNE EDWARD<-Ballas 
Electrical Engineering 

PETTIGREW, ROBERT W., 

Geology 

PORTER, WILLIAM CLAR 

Pre-Ministerial 



PROKUDIN-GORSKY, ANNA, Paris, France 

English, Foreign Student Sponsored by Chi Omega, Fulbright Scholarship 

RIX, CECIL CHARLES, Port Arthur 
Geology, AXA, 23, 2FE, Fault Finders 

ROGERS, THOMAS RALPH, Dublin 

Chemistry, KK*, 4>AT, Longhorn Band, Wesley Foundation, 
American Chemical Society 

REZVANI, MOHAMMAD, Kashan, Iran 
Management 



RUECKING, FREDERICK HENRY JR., Pharr 

Anthropology, Texas Academy of Science, Society for American Archeology, 
American Archeological Association 

SAKAMOTO, TATSUYOSHI, Kochi, Japan 

English 

SATO, TOSHIHIRO, Ehime-ken, Japan 
Literature, International Club 

SHEFFIELD. IRVING K., JR., Houston 

Mechanical Engineering, Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship, ASME 



SMITH, KATHRYN THOMAS. Lancaster 
History, AXQ, Disciples Student Fellowship 

SMITH, LEONARD T.. Harlingen 
International Trade, IIKA, AK*, Foreign Trade Club 

SNOW, LELAND, Harlingen 

Aeronautical Engineering, 6, lAeS, YMCA, Rio Grande Valley Club 

STEGEMEIER, GEORGE L., Wood River, 111. 
Petroleum Engineering, TBII, Newman Club 



STROUHAL, GEORGE JOHN, Alvin 

Mechanical Engineering 

STRUM, GERALD STANLEY, San Antonio 

Zoology 

TABUSA, TAKEMITSU, Tottori-ken, Japan 
English, International Club 

TOOSSI, YADOLLAH, Tehran, Iran 

English Literature, International Club 



UROSA-FRANCO, MANUEL RAUL, Caracas, Venezuela 
International Trade 

VIRAMONTES, JAMES RAYMOND, Austin 

Physical Education, 2<f>E, T Association, Newman Club, PEM Club 

WADE, DON EARL, Smithfield 

Geology, SFE 

WALKER, JACK WESLEY, Graham 

Petroleum Engineering, TBII, SI'E, KK* AIME, Ramshorn, 
Longhorn Band, Wesley Foundation 



WALKER, ANNE PARKE, Austin 
Physiology, A< 

WALLACE, JAMES LAWRENCE, Houston 
Accounting and Personnel Management, A Cappella Choir 

WARD, JAMES MACKINNON, Waterbury, Conn. 
Geology 

WILLBANKS, OTTO L., Dallas 
Chemistry, AXS, <f>AT 



WILLIAMS, DANNY R., Pampa 

Chemistry 

WILLIAMS, FRANCES EULINE, Van 
English 

WREN, JULIA-ALVA, Dallas 
History 



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ABBEY, WILLIAM CARL, Dallas 

huri national Trade, 1*E, Arnold Air Society 

ABELL, JAMES E., Vernon 

Pharmacy, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

ADAMS, MARION TERESA, Corpus Christ! 

Music Education, AAA, University Singers, Opera Workshop, Cap and 

Gown 

ADAMS, MARY FRANCES, Dallas 

Music Education, M<t>E, Symphonic Band, Symphony Orchestra, 

Newman Club, A Cappella Choir, Austin Symphony Orchestra 



ADEN, MARTHA STEPHANIE, Jasper 

English, Cap and Gown, Women Voters 

ADKINS, WINSTON L., Amarillo 
Pre-Law, Rusk, Rally Committee 

ALBRITTON, MARTHA ANN, Jacksonville 
Drama Education, RAO, Curtain Club 

ALEXANDER, JAMES DONALD, Austin 

Industrial Management 



ALEXANDER, MARY KIMBALL, Houston 

Home Economics, IIB+, Ashbel, Co-Ed Assembly, UTSA, Racket Club, Cap 
and Gown 

AL-FAKHRI, ALI H. ? Basrah, Iraq 

Statistics, American Statistical Association 

AL-HABIB, M. M., Basrah, Iraq 
Economics, American Statistical Association, YMCA 

ALI, SAHIB H., Baghdad, Iraq 
Electrical Engineering 



ALLEN, EMILY JEAN, South Houston 

Business Administration 

ALLEN, GEORGE NELSON, JR., Houston 

General Business Administration, AKE, Scabbard and Blade, Mariners Club 

ALLISON, ROBERT BRYAN, Dallas 

Pharmacy, K+, PX. *H1, Oak Grove, Silver Spurs, Baptist Student 
Union 

AL-NAJJAR, MAHDI ALI, Nassiriyah, Iraq 
Economics 



ALSMEYER, DORIS ELIZABETH, Laredo 

Elementary Education, AF4, Laredo Club, Cap and Gown, A.C.E. Wesley 
Foundation 

ALTWEIN, VIRGIL C., Baytown 

Pharmacy, Longhorn Band, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

AMSLER, JEAN, Hempstead 
History, KA6 

ANDERSON, ANDY BOYD, Houston 

Chemistry, IIKA 



ANDERSON, CHARLIE DALE Austin 

Electrical Engineering, TBH, HKN, AIEE, IRE, Student Engineering Council, 
Operation Gopher 

ANDERSON GELYA, Bellaire 

Spanish, A*, EAR, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist, Bluebonnet Belle Semi- 
Finalist 

ANDERSON, GEORGE BILLY, Fischers 

General Business Administration. +I'A. Freshman Football 

ANDERSON, JERRY LEE, Harlingen 

Business Administration, MICA, ROTC, American Finance Asso- 
ciation. Intramural! 



I. RALPH D., Waxahachie 

ffariners Club, Westminster Student Fellowship 

iSON, THOMAS W., Austin 

Music. I'MA, Longhorn Band. University Singers, Baptist Student Union, 
Jniversity Carilloneur 

ANGLIN, ROSS, Austin 

Civil Engineering. +H2. Acacia, ASCE 

ANTHONY, PEGGY, Houston 

Child Development, A.C.E.. Bow and Arrow, Cap and Gown, 
Kirliy Hall Student Relations Secretary 




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ARMSTRONG, BOB LANDIS, Austin 

Government, *A9, A*S, Cowboys, NROTC, Buccaneers, Scabbard 

ARMSTRONG, CHARLENE, Odessa 

History, WICA, Pierian, Newman Hall Chairman 

ARNETT, JANE INDIA MARTIN, Corsicana 

Banking and Financing 

ATKINS, FRANCES KENDALL, Highlands ~- 

Plan II, T-Hi, AAA, Upperclass Advisor. Bluestockings, Tufle 
Club, Cap and Gown Council 



ATTRA, BILL A., Houston 

Pharmacy, KM', Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

BABITZKE, ERNEST H., Canadian 
Petroleum Engineering, A4>S2, AIME 

BAILEY, RICHARD E., Amarillo 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Ramshorn. Student Engineering Council 

BAILEY, RICHARD STANLEY, Sterling City 
Economics 



BAIN, JESSE L., JR., Waco 

Chemical Engineering, AS*, Longhorn Amateur Radio Club, ROTC Rifle 

Team 

BAKER, BILLY D., Breckenridge 

Petroleum Engineering, MICA, AIME 

BANKS, BARBARA JANE, Richmond, Va. 

Elementary Education, WICA, Newman Club 

BARANOWSKI, GEORGE C., Chicago, 111. 
Retailing, AEIT, American Finance Association 



BARGAINER, VERNON L., Baytown 

Psychology 

BARKER, DONALD B., Austin 

Petroleum Engineering, TKE 

BARNARD, EARL ROSS, Houston 

Civil Engineering, ASCE 

BARR ? HELEN CLAIRE, Houston 

Secretarial Studies, AZ, BBA, Forensica, Wesley Foundation, 

Cap and Gown 



BARRY, JOANNE, Beaumont 

Bacteriology, Newman Club. Upperclass Advisor 

BATEMAN, WILLIAM A., Amarillo 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

BEALL, MARTHA ANN, Jacksonville 

Speech, A A A, Ashbe!. Speech Club, Cap and Gown, Forensica 

BEALS, DAVID EUGENE, Cleburne 

Mechanical Engineering 



BEALS, ROSE MARIE, Borger 

Elementary Education, FA, Upperclass Advisor, A.C.E., Young Democrats 

BEAN, MOZELLE, Grand Prairie 

Elementary Education, Cap and Gown, A.C.E., ROTC Sponsor 

BEDRICH, JAMES EDWARD, Temple 

Accounting, Alfl. Czech Club 

BEENE, GEORGEANN, Port Arthur 

Zoology, XS?, AAA, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Racket Club, 
Upperclass Advisor 



BELFI, CHARLES ALLEN, San Antonio 

Physics, MICA 

BELL, PHILIP MILLER, Dallas 

Plan II, Tejas, Silver Spurs, Westminster Student Fellowship 

BENNETT, LETRICIA JOMARY, Austin 

English, Bluestockings. Cap and Gown 

BENTON, ROBERT DOUGLASS, Waxahachie 

Art, AA1, Kanger, Student Library Award 



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BERRYHILL, KENNETH ALVIN, Corsicana 

Secondary Education 

BIDERMAN, BENJAMIN HARRIS, Grand Prairie 

Architecture, TA+. XAXII, TIA, Sphinx 

B1ENVENU, GILLIS ANNE, Opelousas, La. 

Bacteriology, AZ, Canterbury Club 

BLACK, BEVERLY JEAN, College Station 

Art. 7.TA, Spooks 



BLADES, BONNIE LYNNETTE, Houston 

Elementary Education, AAA. 

BLASCHKE, KENNETH E., Schulenburg 

Pharmacy, K'l' South Central Texas Club, Longhorn Pharmaceutical As- 
sociation 

BLOCK, EPHRAIM LESTER, Laredo 

Economics, TA<f>, Laredo Club, Hillel, Pre-Law Society, Athenaeum 

BLUE, CLARENCE THEO, Rankin 

Accounting, AK-C 



BLUMENTHAL, ROBERT LOUIS, Houston 

Law, *24, *S*, ASP, Texas Law Review Friars, Chancellors, Varsity De- 
bate, Miami National Invitational Debate Champion, Interfraternity Council, 
Varsity Carnival. Associate Justice, Scholastic Standards Committee, Student 
Faculty Cabinet, Cowboys, Rusk 

BOEHL, GWENDOLYN VERNE, Cuero 

Drama Education, <t>M, Curtain Club 

BOEHM, SUE, Houston 

Bacteriology, AZ, Cap and Gown 

BOGGUS, JO ANN, Austin 

History, P*B 



BONE, BOBBIE DAWN, Austin 

Television, Radio Broadcasting, ATA, AEP, Radio Guild, Curtain Club, Can- 
terbury Club, Fine Arts Co-ordinating Committee 

BONHAM, WILLIAM DON, Navasota 

Plan II, ATA. <t>A*, Varsity Tennis, T Association, Silver Spurs, Student 
Co-operative Association 

BONNET, ELIZABETH HAMILTON, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, AAA, A.C.E. 

BOWMAN, JAMES WELDON, Brownwood 

Natural Science in Education 



BOYER, MARCIA JUNE, Fort Worth 
Applied Art. Baptist Student Union 

BRADLEY, JAMES JEAN, Katy 
Physics, +H1, MICA, Glee Club 

BRADY, MARY ROSE, Austin 

Home Economics, XU, Canter Club, Newman Club, Sidney Lanier, 
A.C.E. , Cap and Gown, Cactus 

BRAND, MARY KATHERINE, West Columbia 

Education, ZTA 



BRANNEN, HERSCHEL S., JR., Houston 

Latin-American Government, Bi, EAI1, Spanish Club 
_BRASS, DAVID O'NEIL, Austin 

siness Statistics, Westminister Student Fellowship, American Statistical 
ociation 

BREHM, HAROLD ERNST, JR., McAllen 

-* Philosophy, MICA. Young Republicans Club, Wesley Foundation 

*\ BREWER, BETTY LUCILLE, San Antonio 

\ Interior Decoration, KKT 




ti 




WIS HENRY, Benton, Ark. 

eeriniE, AAAE. Ramshorn 

IOCKENBROUGH, JOHN LACKLAND. Waco 

M.,1 Estate. Kl 

BROGDON, DEWEY ROBERT, Gorman 

loify 

BROOCKS, WILLIAM R., Dallas 

Petroleum Engineering. AIMF-. Kamshorn 



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SENIORS 



Wf*\ 
I fc~' 





BROOKS, HARVEY DILLARD, Coppell 

Pharmacy, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

BROWN, BARBARA JEAN, Three Rivers 

Home Economics, AZ, ON, Cap and Gown, Home Economics CTub 

BROWN, BILLY JOE, Mt. Pleasant 
Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, AK+ 

BROWN, FORREST J., McAllen 

Architectural Engineering, AAAE 



BROWN, THOMAS A., JR., Alta Loma 

Government 

BROWN, WILLIAM A., Memphis, Tenn. 

Economics, MICA, Westminster Student Fellowship, Varsity Debate 

BROWN, WILLIS, Fort Worth 
Business Administration, K 

BRUCKNER, ANNA RUTH, Amarillo 

Sociology, AAII, Wesley Foundation 



BRUNE, DAVID H., Anna 

Government, II2A, Mariners Club, NROTC, Young Republicans 

BRYANT ROBERT K., Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Personnel Management, Mariners Club, Newman Club 

BRYSON, JAMES GORDON, Greenville 

Civil Engineering, ASCE 

BUCHNER, WILMA LORENE, Gainesville 

Commercial Education. BBA 



BUCK, LARRY W., Houston 

General Business Administration, *Z.i, Hillel. RQTC, Student Faculty 

Committee 

BULLION, JAMES S., JR., Little Rock, Ark. 

General Business, NROTC 

BURLEIGH, PATRICIA LOUISE, Austin 
Plan II, AZ, t>A9, Cap and Gown, Women Voters 

BURNS, BEN MORGAN, Goliad 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Canterbury Club 



BURSON, JAMES EDWARD, Houston 

Architectural Engineering, AM2, AAAE, ASHVE 

BYARS, HARRY GENE, Fort Worth 

Chemical Engineering, MICA, AIChE 

BYNUM, THOMASINE ALLENE, Texas City 

Bacteriology, Upperclass Advisor, Student Relation Board Committee 
BYRD, WILLIAM M., San Antonio 

Geology, X<f>, Silver Spurs 



CABANESS, WILLIAM RALPH, JR., Abilene 

Chemistry 

CALDWELL, M. KEITH, Shrev-eport, La. 
Accounting, BA^ 

CALLAWAY, KATHERINE McLAURIN, Dallas 
English, HB*, Cap and Gown 

CAMERON, DONNA, Meridian 
Education, Al>, Assembly, Board of Publications 



CAMERON, ELIZABETH ANN, San Antonio 

Interior Decoration, AAT, Cap and Gown, Women Voters, Home Economic 
Club, San Antonio Club 

CAMERON, MARY JANE, San Antonio 
History, KKT, Spooks 

CAMP, DAVID STAFFORD, Brovvnwood 

Pharmacy, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

CAMPBELL, DOROTHY, Austin 

Journalism, Daily Texan, Ranger, Women Voters 



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CANALES, JOSE R., McAllon 

Civil Engineering, XK, ASCE, Alba Club 

CANTWELL, WILLIAM C., Menard 

Engineering Management, VI 1 

CARDWELL, E. LELL, Lockhart 

Advertising, ZTA, BBA, Ashbel, Cap and Gown, Steer Here Committee, 
Radio Club 

CARNELL, ROBERT EDWARD, Bellaire 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE 



CARROLL, HELEN ANN, Bryan 
English, ATA, UTSA 

CARROLL, JOHNNIE CHARLES, Marshall 

Drama Education, Curtain Club, Wesley Foundation 

CARSEY ROBERT C., JR., Houston 

Business Administration, 1AE 

CARSON BONNIE JEAN, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, ATA, A.C.E., Westminster Student Fellowship 



CARVER, MARY, Austin 

Latin, +BK, AAA, Bluestockings, Orchesis, Canterbury Club, Classics Club, 
Co-Ed Assembly 

CASSELL, DWIGHT E., Dallas 

Geology, Fault Finders 

CASEY, DORIS CORINE, Corpus Christi 
Physical Education, AAII, Racket Club, PEM Club 

CHAI, HI-CHANG, Seoul, Korea 

Mechanical Engineering, TBII, IIT2, ASME, Wesley Foundation, 

A Cappella Choir 



CHANDLER, PAUL WYNN, JR., Kilgore 

Business Administration 

CHILTON, CHRISTINE MARY, Dallas 

Journalism, Advertising, KA6, 92*, Turtle Club 

CHRISTENSON, ESTHER EVELYN, Clifton 

English, Luthern Student Association, Bluestockings 

CHURCHILL, DONALD PAUL, Carthage 
Art Education, Art Students Association 



CLAEYS, JEAN EMILY, McAllen 

Art, AZ, Newman Club, Fault Finders, Rio Grande Valley Club 

CLAIBORNE, MARILYN ELIZA, Charlotte 

History, AP 

CLANTON, UEL S., JR., Fort Worth 

Geology, History, Speleological Society, Pistol Team 

CLARK, ANNETTA J., Austin 

Elementary Education, AAII, Air ROTC Sponsor, Student Assem- 
bly, A.C.E., Disciple Student Fellowship, Reagan, Campus Chest, 
URWA, A.E.W., Cap and Gown, Rally Committee 



CLARK, DONALD FRANKLIN, Taylor 

Physical Education, PEM Club 



CLARY JOHN A., Turnersville 

History, Tejas, Westminstei Student Fellowship, 



lade 



AROTC. Scabbard and 



CLEGG, MARSHALL T., San Antonio 

Business Administration, -H'A. -Mil. Cowboys, Cheerleader 

CLEMENTS, Q. COLEEN, McGregor 
Education 



*S, TOMMY J., Kilgore 

MICA. American Society of Bacteriologists 

llNE, BOBBY JAMES, Floydada 

usiness Administration, 82, Interfraternity Council, Baptist Student Union 

COBB, DOLORES CECILIA, Hillsboro 

English. PMt. Newman Club, Women Voters, Cap and Gown, Redhead 
Club, Student Faculty Committee 

COCKE, CATHARINE, San Antonio 
Applied Art, KhT 




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COFFMAN, RALPH E., Austin 
Economics, Economics Club 

COLBATH, SHIRLEY BROWN, Austin 

Sociology, <i>M 

COLES, ROY DAVIS, Colorado City 
Petroleum Engineering, TBII, EI'K. "tHi, West Te 
Westminster Student Fellowship, MICA 

COLLONGE, MARIE, Dickinson 
English, KKF 



COLVIN GEORGE H., Fort Worth 
Petroleum Engineering, 2AE 

COMBS, ROLAND S., JR., Freeport 

Music Theory, Newman Club 

COOKSEY, JAMES MAXWELL, Mullin 

Aeronautical Engineering, IIT2, TBII lAeS 

COONEY, WILLIAM B. (PETE), Lufkin 
Business Administration, ZN, VI' 1 ..' 



COOPER, NINA RUTH, Baytown 
English 

COOPER, RAY E., Blanket 
Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKN, AIEE 

CORRETT, MICKEY D., Silverton 
Pharmacy, K*. Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

COTTER, WAYNE ALTON, Galveston 

Geology, Fault Finders 



COURTNEY, ALBERT KENNTH, Wills Point 

English 

COWDEN, MARY LEE, Midland 
English, KKT, Ashbel 

COX, KEITH KOHN, Austin 

Accounting, A<ffl, BA'J', Lutheran Student Association 

COX, KENNETH JACKSON, Austin 

Electrical Engineering, A<i>a, HKN, TBII, AIEE, Student Engineer- 
ing Council, Lutheran Student Association, Austin Club 



COX, PATRICIA ANN, Beeville 

Elementary Education, A<I>, Cap and Gown. Orange Jackets, Cheerleader, 
Westminster Student Fellowship, Spooks, Goodfellow, Upperclass Advisor, 
Campus Chest Drive, REW, Speakers Committee 

CRADDOCK, LANE DALE, Bogata 
Pre-Medical 

CRAINER, EMMA JEAN, Bay City 
Elementary Education, AFA 

CRAWFORD, BONNIE JO, Dallas 

Radio Broadcasting, Radio Guild 



CRAWFORD, NORMA PLYLER, Corsicana 
English, AAI1, Women Voters, Disciples Student Fellowship 

CRITTENDEN, NORA ALICE, LaPorte 

English, Cap and Gown, Upperclass Advisor, Philosophy Club 

CROCKER, CLINTON P., Center 

Petroleum Engineering, TBII, ZTE, Baptist Student Union, AIME 

CROW, JOHANNA RUTH Bay City 

Interior Decorating, A4>, Cap and Gown, Home Economics Club. 
Women Voters, Campus Chest 



CUNDIFF, DIXIE, Centerville 

Music Education, AXS, 1AI, A Cappella Choir, University Singers 

CUNNINGHAM, PHOEBE, J., Austin 

Home Economics, Child Development, AXfi, Cap and Gown, A.C.E., Home 
Economics Club, Newman Club 

CURTICE, DAVID KOLBE, Austin 

Geology, Fauli Finders. International Club 

CURTIS, ROBERT PERRY, Fort Worth 

Music Education, <1>MA, University Symphonic Band, University 

Symphony Orchestra 



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DANNER, PAUL, Austin 

Law, iTejas Club 

DAVIDSON, DORIS MARIE, Houston 
Fine Art, AF 

DAVILA, CELIA, San Antonio 

Pharmacy, Cap and Gown, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

DAVIS, BILLY DEAN, Knox City 

Pharmacy, KK'K Longhorn Band, LoMghorn Pharmaceutical Asso- 



DAVIS, DONNA EVELYN, Huntsville 

English, Cap and Gown, Bluestockings 

DAVIS, FRANCES STARR, Nacogdoches 

English, AA.V Canterbury Club, French Club, Reagan, Bluestockings, Cap 
and Gown 

DEEL, PHYLLIS ANN, Albany 

Elementary Education 

DcMOSS, EDWARD EUGENE, Dallas 

Petroleum Engineering, TBIl, AIME, ROTC 



DENMAN, MARILYN, Lubbock 

Home Economics, AAA, YWCA, Reagan, Women Voters, Union Dance Com- 
mittee 

DEPEW, WILSON EUGENE, Corpus Christ! 

Accounting, Baptist Student Union 

DeRESE, BETTY B., Port Arthur 

Advertising, AZ, BBA, Wesley Foundation, American Marketing Asso- 
ciation 

DERRICK, GEORGE ERWIN, Austin 

English, *K* 



DIAZ, CARLOS F., Del Rio 

Bacteriology, Alba Club 

DIAZ, RAMIRO P., Mercedes 

Elementary Education 

DILLON JAMES J., Livingston 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Newman Club 

DIXON, P. LANE, Winters 
Geology 



DODSON, DALE R., Electra 

Geology 

DODSON, HORACE LEON, JR., Dallas 

Economics, IIKA, ROTC, Curtain Club, Dance Committee 

DOEBBLER GERALD F., San Antonio 

Chemistry, *AT, \X1. American Chemical Society, Texas Academy of 

Science, AAAS 

DOOLITTLE, DAN A., San Antonio 

Zoology, Pre-Medical 



DORFMAN, LEE H., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Electrical Engineering, Acacia, Longhorn Band 

DORITY, GUY E., JR., Lufkin 

Retailing 

7 TtJORSET, CAROLYN B., Sherman 
Sociology, KKT 

DOWELL, CAROLINE McKinney 
> f" Education, AP, HA6, Mortar Board, YWCA, Orientation Committee, 

v A 



f .Y ELDA, Houston 

, Interior Design, AX, Women Voters, Poona, Westminster 

p. Swing and Turn, Home Economics Club, Cap and Gown 

ROBERT C., Austin 

II KA, Friars, Cowboys, Student Assembly, Inter fraternity Council, 
of Directors University Co-Op, Attorney General 

UNAGAN, EDDIE D., Waco 

'logy 

DUNCAN, DAVID SUMMERS, Wichita Falls 

Business Administration, Commercial Teaching, AK4 1 . Glee Club, 
Wesley Foundation 



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DuPUY, HOWARD RICHARD. Dallas 
Business Administration, KA, ASH, NROTC 

DURWAY, DANIEL LINDSEY, Fort Worth 

History, Westminster Student Fellowship, Tejas, Associate Justice, Dij ciplin- 

ary Committee, Silver Spurs 

EAGER, JAMES LESLIE, Amarillo 

Journalism, 1A\ Grassroots Press Club, Daily Texan 

EASTLAND, DONALD, Hillsboro 

Law, ATA, *A*, Cowboys, Friars, YMCA, Texas Law 

Campus Chest 




ECKLES, JOAN, San Antonio 

Education, Cap and Gown, Canterbury Club, Curtain Club 

EDWARD, ANNETTE, Beaumont 

English, Bluestockings 

EHLERS, JO ANN, New Braunfels 

Elementary Education, AAH, A.C.E., New Braunfels Club 

EKLUND, CURTIS E., Austin 

Bacteriology, Wesley Foundation, University Singers, Rally Card 
Committee 



ELLEDGE^ JESSE LAWRENCE, Corpus Christi 
Finance, MICA, American Finance Association, Chess Club 

ELLIOTT. GEORGE W., Ill, (SKIP), Austin 

Radio-T.V. Production, 2X, Radio Guild, Radio House Actors, 40 Acres 
Forecaster 

ELLIOTT MARY ANN? Austin 

Elementary Education, ITB4, Spooks, UTSA, Young Republicans 

ELLIOTT, LYNW0OD GRAYBURN, Austin 

Business Administration,**!^, Rusk 



ENG, SALLY, San Antonio 

Applied Art, Art Students Association, Baptist Student Choir, Cap and Gown, 

International Co-Op 

EPSTEIN, ISAAC. Laredo 

Finance, TA*, A*), Hillel, Laredo Club 

ERWIN, BETTY, McKinney 

English. KKT, Turtle Club, Ashbel, Cap and Gown 

ESCUTIA, VIRGILIO, JR., Laredo 

Zoology, Laredo Club 



ESTRADA, HECTOR RAFAEL Pasadena, Calif. 

Pharmacy, Bacteriology, PX, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

ESTRADA, MIGUEL B., JR., El Paso 
Pharmacy, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

EVANS, PATRICIA ANNE, Houston 

Retailing, XO, BBA, Reagan, Marketing Club 

EVANS, RUTH ANN, Cleveland, Ohio 
Zoology, ATA 



EWING, S. FINLEY, JR., San Antonio 
Business Administration, AE 

FAIRCHILD, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, San Antonio 

Physics, SX, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student. Society 
of American Military Engineers 

FALCON, LESVIA, Falfurrias 

Pharmacy, Whithall Co-Op, Alba Club, Newman Club, Longhorn Phar- 
maceutical Association 

FALK, EDITH JOYCE, Corpus Christi 
Plan II, Hillel, U.R.W.A., R.E.W., Orange Jackets 



FALKENBERG, DOROTHY MARIE, Houston 

Interior Decorating, ZTA, AAT 

FARABEE, JAMES M., Wichita Falls 

Insurance and Real Estate, Glee Club, Westminster Student Fellowship 

FEHLMAN, BARRY F., JR., Austin 

Architectural Engineering, AAAE 

FIELDS, JAMES PERRY, Austin 

Pharmacy, K*, PX, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 



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FINKELSTEIN, HUBERT SHELTON, Pampa 

Business Administration, 1 \M, AA1 

FISCHER BETTY JO, Corpus Christi 

Elementary Education, ZTA, Women Voters, Ashbel, Baptist Student Union 

FISCHER, ERNEST JOSEPH, San Antonio 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Austin Aquatic Club, Newman Club 

FITCH. SHIRLEY CORINNE, San Antonio 
History, V..'. Spooks, Canter Club, Ashbel, Co-Ed Assembly 



FITZ-GERALD, JAMES, III, Midland 

History, +K+ 

FLETCHER, DONALD EARL, Amarillo 

Personnel Management, *K2, AK+ 

FOLLEY, F. ELAINE, Amarillo 

English, KA9, AAA, 61*, Pierian, Spooks, Co-Ed Assembly 

FOOTE, ROBERT NORRIS, San Antonio 

Chemistry, Orange Wings, University Stamp Club 



FORGOTSON, EDWARD, Shreveport, La. 
Pre-Medical, KA, AEA, Interfraternity Council 

FORMAN, DORIS MAY, Galveston 

Plan II, A*E, Hillel, Sidney Lanier Literary Society, Upperclass Advisor, 

Panhellenic Council, Cap and Gown, Religious Emphasis Committee 

FOUTS, THOMAS RAY, Fort Worth 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE, Intramurals 

FRAME, ELOISE, Houston 

Art. KA9, Art Students Association 



FRICK, ROSS THURBER, Floresville 

Physical Education, <W4 

FRITSCH, JOHN I., JR., Corpus Christi 

Chemical Engineering, TBJI, QXE, AIChE 

FURLEY, WILLARD RUSSELL, Houston 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

CADDY, JAMES THOMAS, Fort Worth 

Banking and Finance, ASH, American Finance Association 



GALLATIN, ALBERT REEVES, San Antonio 

Business Administration, IX 

GARCIA CONCEPCION, Brownsville 
History, Alba Club, Newman Club 

GARRETT, JERRY, Austin 

Civil Engineering, XE, ASCE, Student Engineering Council 

GARRETT, JOHN B., Stephenville 

Law 



GARRISON, ROBERT DENNIS, JR., Austin 

Architectural Engineering, AAAE 

GARTH, GAYLE, Houston 

History, HB*, Assembly, Faculty Student Cabinet 

GARTNER JENEANE M.. Houston 

Elementary Education, SAT, Panhellenic Council, Reagan 

GARZA, ANTONIETA, Laredo 

Elementary Education, Alba Club, Laredo Club, Newman Club 



A., Ranger 

iL'lioin Pharmaceutical Association 

', JOANNA, Tyler 

. AAII, Cactus Orange Jackets, Panhellenic, Westminster Student 
ihip. Religious Emphasis Week. Campus Chest, Round-L'p. Orients- 
Election Commission, Reagan, Women Voters 

.EORGE, WILLIAM DAVID, Irving 
emical Engineering, QXE. Ramshorn, AIChE, Westminster Student 

'lowship 

GERMANY, JAMES M., Brownwood 

'"harmary. K*, Longrmrn Pharmaceutical Association 



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GERSON, CHARLES IRVIN, Galveston 

Business Administration, AEII 

GERSON, DAINA, Odessa v 

Radio Broadcasting, \ K-K Orange Jackets, Sidney Lanier, Radio [Guild, 
Forensica, Co-Ed Assembly, Hillel Council 

GIESE, EDMUND ALVIN, JR., LaGrange 
Real Estate and Insurance, South Central Texas Club 

GILMORE, WILLIS HENDERSON, JR., Midi 
Petroleum Enginering, SAE, 4>HS, Silver Spurs 



GLASS, BEN M., Atlanta 

Elementary Education, Baptist Student Union, MICA, A.C.E., Intramurals, 

Texas National Guard 




GLASS, MARY MORGAN, Marlin 
Music Education, TIB*, M4"E, University Singers, 



A Cappella Choir 



GLOVER, JOE MARBURY, San Antonio 
Geology, K 

GOLDBERG, HAROLD S., Tyler 
Banking and Finance, AEII 



GOLMAN, LARRY ELTON, Dallas 

Accounting, ZAM, BA* A<f>Q, Interfraternity Council, Silver Spurs, Grievance 
Committee, Freshman Evaluation Council, Hillel, Dallas Club 

GONZALEZ, GRACIELA BENITA, Laredo 

Commercial Teaching, BBA, Latin-American Union 

GOODE, THOMAS LEE, Austin 

Chemical Engineering, KK*, A*SJ, AIChE, Wesley Foundation, Long- 
horn Band 

GORDON, CAROLYN SUE, Houston 

Clothing, Textile and Costume Design, A*, Cap and Gown, Home 
Economics Club 



GORDON, DONALD T., Longview 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE, TLOK. 

GOSALVEZ, CARMEN, Falfurrias 

Business Education, Alba Club, Newman Club, Whitehall, Cap and Gown, 

Inter Co-op Council, WICA 

GRAHAM, ROBERT A., Uvalde 

Civil Engineering, TBII, XE, ASCE, Student Engineering Council, Dis- 
tinguished Military Student 

GRAINGE, ROBERT F., San Antonio 

Business Administration, KA, Newman Club, Mariners 



GRAVES, KATHERYNE, Columbus 

Physical Education, Turtle Club, Strike and Spare. PEM Club 

GRAY, MARY ANN, Beaumont 
Elementary Education, Xfi, Wesley Foundation 

GREEN, WILLIAM BRENT, Baytown 

Applied Art 

GREENWOOD, JOHN MURPHY, JR., El Campo 

Pharmacy, K*, Silver Spurs 



GREGUREK. EDWIN E., Ganado 

Pharmacy, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

GRIFFIN, RAYMOND F., Valparaiso, Ind. 

Real Estate, Insurance, SAE, YMCA, Arnold Air Society, Pre-Law Club 

GUERRA, IRENE J., Laredo 

Sociology, Laredo Club 

GUEST, ANN KATHERINE, Fort Worth 

Elementary Education, AAA, Ten Most Beautiful, Aqua-Carnival 

Queen Finalist 



GUIDRY, BARBARA RAY, Corpus Christ! 

French. French Club 

GUSTAFSON, CLIFFORD L., San Antonio 

Physical Education. PEM Club, Vasity Baseball, T Association 

GUYXES, JOE ANN, Hearnc 

Business Administration, Al\ BRA, YWCA. Cap and Gown, Women 

Voters, Election Committee. Bow and Arrow 

HAASE, BILLY RAY, Gatesville 

Pharmacy. Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 



PACK. 38 



SENIORS 



HAGLER, BETTY FLORENCE, Oilman 

Interior Drroration, AAP, Cap and Gown, Home Economics Club, Touche, 
UTSA 

HAGOOD, JULIA ANN, Austin 

Mn-ii Education. M-I'K 

HAGUE, JOHN WILLIAM, Austin 

Business Administration, Longhorn Band 

HALLMAN, WILLIAM HUGHES, Olney 

Plan II. SN, SAX, Cowboys, Assembly, Faculty-Student Cabinet 



HAMILTON, CHARLES A., Fort Worth 

Television Production and Radio Broadcasting, Radio Guild, AROTC Rifle 
Team 

HAMILTON, DWIGHT L., San Antonio 
Geology 

HAMILTON, HERBERT CARNEY, Tyler 

Personnel Management. Wesley Foundation, University Religious Workers 
Association 

HAMNER, ROSEMARY MONROE, Houston 

English, ZTA, Reagan, Women Voters 



HAMPTON, JOHN W., Wichita Falls 

Geology, 4>rA, Fault Finders, NROTC, Freshman Orientation Council 

HAMPTON, MARILYN FAYNETTE, Dallas 

Child Development, AP, Cap and Gown 

HAND, DONALD J., Harlingen 

Business Administration, A+2, Distinguished Military Student 

HANKAL, ROBERT LEONARD, Weslaco 

Radio and Television, IIKA 



HANNA, FRANK GEORGE, Tyler 
Economics 

HANNA, JOHN PAUL, Breckenridge 
History, *A8, *BK, HSA 

HANSSON, RICHARD L., Dallas 

Government. MICA, Public Relations Committee 

HARALSON, MARY BAIN, Houston 

Radio Broadcasting. I'*B, AEP, Radio Guild, Cap and Gown, Can- 
terbury Club, Co-Ed Assembly 



HARELIK, MARTHA LEE, Hamilton 

Applied Art, A*E, Hillel, Mortar Board. Orange Jackets 

HARRINGTON ANN KAY, Terrell 

Spanish. AZ, AAA, Newman Club, International Club 

HARRINGTON, GRACE J., Austin 

Music Education 

HARRIS, BENIGNA ANN DURST, Texas City 
English, AXC 



HARRIS, DONALD PENN. Austin 

Electrical Engineering, *IK, TBH, 4>HE. A*S, HK.V, AIEE Longhorn 
teur Radio Club, Mariners Club, Austin Club. Hogg Debating Society, As 



TT 




Ama- 
sscmbly 

HARRIS, ELEANOR ELIZABETH, Austin 

Clothing Textile and Design. KKI'. Home Economics Club, UTSA Racket 
Club, Cap and Gown, Glee Club, Co-Ed Assembly 

HARRIS, JEAN MORGAN, Henderson 

English 

HASSEN, NABEELA, Haskell 

Speech. AJ'i, Forensica. Sidney Lanier. Wesley Foundation. Cap 
and Gown 



/ ARREMA JULIA, Bryan 

'.Mil.- .uid DesiiMi. XT A, YWCA, Baptist Student Union 



HAWLEY, EDWINA JEANNE, Austin 

pplied Art. (Jlamazons, Orientation Council, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee, 
and Gown. Art Students Association 

HAYNES, EARNEST LEE, Canton 

Pharmacy. Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

HAYNES, HARRIOT J., Houston 

Chemistry. A \A, \Ynin<*n \"<>tcrs. Sidney Lanier 



l'v;> S'l 




SENIORS 





HELLAND, RICHARD ERLING, San Antonio 
Civil Engineering, KS, *H, Ramshorn, ASCE 

HENDERSON, ALICE REED, Longview 
Child Development, Home Economics Club, ACE 

HENDERSON, ELIZABETH LOUISE, Lufkin 

Home Economics, Plan I, AAA Home Economics Club 

HENDERSON, EMILY JOYCE, Georgetown 
Speech Therapy, AAII, Curtain Club 



HENDERSON, ROBERT ALLISON, Palestine 
Business Administration, Plan I, MICA, Baptist Student Union 

HENDLER, RUTH VINN, Temple 

Journalism, AE4>, Panhellenic Council, Co-Ed Assembly, Goodfellow, Sidney 

Lanier, Forensica, Upperclass Advisor, Daily Texan. Charm Committee, 

Ilillel 

HENKE, AGNES, Kerrville 

Home Economics, Lutheran Student Association 

HENKLE, JAMES WILLIAM, Garden City 

Bacteriology, Oak Grove 



HENLEY, WILLIAM RICHARD, Fort Worth 
Industrial Management, AZ<i>, Newman Club 

HENRY, FRANCES, Texarkana 
Elementary Education, AT 

HENSLEE, LARETHA SUE, Wolfe City 

Drama, Curtain Club, Spooks, WICA, Wesley Foundation, Cap and 

Gown, Theadorne Co-Op 

HERRING, JAMES HENRY, III, Wharton 

Retail Pharmacy, K^, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 



HERRON, WENDELL LEON, Dallas 

Economics, AZII, AFROTC 

HICKS, JAMES ROLAND, Tyler 

Insurance 

HICKSON, EDWIN WAYNE, Big Spring 

Accounting, A<i>U 

HILL, MARIAN C., Fort Worth 

English, KA0, Cap and Gown, YWCA, Student-Faculty Committee 



KILLER, EDWARD L., Victoria 

Pharmacy, K*, MICA, Assembly, Newman Club, Longhorn Pharmaceutical 

Association 

HILTON, GENE R., Lamesa 
Pre-Dental, Rangers, Wesley Players 

HILYARD, ORRIN L., Fort Worth 

Advertising, A< 

HINOJOSA, ROMEO R., Mercedes 

Spanish, 2AII, Tejas Club, Assembly 



HIRLINGER, CHARLES LOUIS, Beaumont 
Personnel Management 

HODGES, BOBBY W., Stonewall 

Civil Engineering, XE, TBI1, ASCE, Ramshorn, Arnold Air Society, 
Scabbard and Blade 

HODGES MARY ELMA, Bastrop 
Elementary Education 

HOLBROOK, DONALD CARTER, Austin 

Personnel Management, Arnold Air Society 



HOLLAND, PEGGY CAMILLE, Selman City 

Secretarial Studies, BBA, Cap and Gown, Forty Acres Follies 

HONEYCUTT, ROBERT G., Gladewater 

Business Administration 

HOOPER, DEWEY JACKSON, Jacksonville 

Personnel Management, HE, A+S, YMCA, Wesley Foundation 

HOPKINS, GLYNN WESLEY, Austin 

Personnel Management, Austin Club 



PAOE 



SENIORS 



HORN, JAMES H., Lufkin 

Mr. h.imr.tl Kiiuiiirimi!, 9i 

HORNUNG, GRAYCE G., Hcbbronville 

Pre-Medical, Bacteriology, AAA, AEA, I2II, Whitehall Co-Op 

HOROWITZ, NORMAN, Gainesville 

Radio Broadcasting, Radio House. Radio Guild 

HORTON, JOE FRANK, Austin 

Government 



HOWARD, WILLIAM JOHN, San Antonio 

Radio Broadcasting, -I'M- 

HUFF, NORMA JEAN, Austin 

Physical Education. 1'E.M Club 

HUFFMAN, CHARLES W., Longview 

Haiikint: and Finance 

HUFFSTUTLER, MILES CONRAD, JR., Houston 

Chemical Engineering, AlChE 



HULLUM MARY JO, Wills Point 

Elementary Education, v.- 
HUMPHRIES, W. HOUSTON, JR., Fort Worth 
Civil Engineering, ASCE 

HUNT, KATHLEEN, San Antonio 

Sociology, A AH, Sidney Lanier. Cap and Gown, Upperclass Advisor 

INABNET, CAROL ANNE, Galveston 
Secretarial Science, A4>, BBA, Cap and Gown 



ISHAM ROBERT OWEN, JR., Fort Worth 

Business Administration, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society 

IVEY, MARY LOUISE, Denton 

Speech Education. KA6. Speech Club, Orange Jackets, Varsity Debate, 
Campus Chest, Pierian, Spooks 

JACKSON, ANNA C., Fort Worth 

Journalism, 9I+, Daily Texan. Shangri-La Co-Op, Cap and Gown 

JACKSON, DAVID RAY, Sipe Springs 
Personnel Management 



JACKSON, FRANCES ANN, Fort Worth 

Home Economics. Home Economics Club 

JACKSON, HOMER HERBERT JR., San Antonio 

Law. AT, Interfraternity Council, Assembly, Silver Spurs, Panhandle Club, 
Student Co-Op Association 

JACKSON, JEAN ERNESTINE, Houston 
English, ZTA 

JAYNES, DON D., Dallas 

Economics 



JENKINS, CHARLES E., Sutin 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE 

JENKINS, JEFF D, JR., Big Spring 

Mathematics 

JINDRICH, WARREN I., San Antonio 

Pharmacy, I1KA, Longhorn Wrestling Team, San Antonio Club, Long- 
horn Pharmaceutical Association 

JOHNSON, CAROLYN HOPE, Kerrville 

History. Wesley Foundation, WJCA, Cap and Gown, Young Dem- 
ocrats 



IARRY E., Austin 
g, ASCE 

rlNlsON, JOAN, Kilgore 

ish, Xfl, Poona, Baptist Student Union, Cap and Gown, Curtain Club, 

;an 

JOHNSON, MARION, Austin 

Chemical Engineering, A+O, 1+K. *AT, Mariners, AIChE. Westminster 
itudent Fellowship 

JOHNSON, PINCKNEY M., JR., Dallas 

Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, A*B, P4>X, AIChE 



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SENIORS 





JONES, ALLIE RUTH, Gatesville 

Elementary Education, '!-'*! ACE, Cap and Gown 

TONES, BARBARA LOU, Edcouch 
Elementary Education, \\'.' ACE, Cap and Gown 

TONES, BOBBY W., Wichita Falls 

Pharmacy, K^, Editor Longhorn Pharmacist, Longhorn Pha; 
Association 

JONES, JAMES CARROLL (T), Gatesville 

Business Administration, T Association, Silver Spurs, Varsity F< 



JOSEPH, MARLENE LOUISE, Taylor 

Sociology and Education, \<K Newman Club, Pierian 

JOSLIN, CHARLES A., Kansas City, Mo. 
Journalism, AA, Union Art Committee, Ranger 

JOURDAN BETTY INEZ, Alvin 

Elementary Education, WICA, ACE, Cap and Gown 

JOYCE, GEORGE C., JR., Temple 

Banking and Finance, American Finance Association 



KALLINA, JAMES DOUGLAS DAVID, Garwood 

Geology, ZN 

KAPLAN, CAROLYN, Texas City 

Bacteriology, University Singers, Student Relations Board, Student Advisor 



KAROTKIN, LEONARD, JR., Austin 

Business Administration, 4>XA, Arnold Air Society, I 



bard and Blade 



ntramurals, Scab- 



KARPOS, GEORGE TONEY, Uvalde 

Petroleum Engineering, TBH, 2FE, X*, Arnold Air Society, Student 
Engineering Council, AIME 



KATZ, JO ANN, Greenville, Miss. 
English, AE* 

KAUFFMAN, SUZANNE ILYNE, Henryetta, Okla. 

English, AAA, A2P, AE*, Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, Bluestockings, 

Varsity Debate 

KAUFMAN, MARILYN BROMBERG, New Haven, Conn. 

Sociology 

KEBELMAN, GRETCHEN, Weatherford 
Secretarial Duties, ZTA, Ashbel, Steer Here Committee 



KELLEY, A. DWAIN, Austin 

Art 

KELLNER, EVELYN JEAN, San Antonio 

Home Economics, AXO, Cactus, Spooks, Strike and Spare, ACE 

KELLY, BETTY L., Afton 

Physical Education, PEM Club, Wesley Foundation 
KELLY, JACK C., El Paso 

Architecture, Longhorn Band 



KEMP, KENNETH HOWARD, Corpus Christi 

Philosophy, *K 

KEMP, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, Austin 

Industrial Management, "tSK, 2IE, American Finance Association, NROTC 

KENDRICK, FRANK ERWIN, JR., Dallas 

Zoology, IIKA, *H2 

KENNEDY, MALCOLM DON, Levelland 

Zoology 



KENNY, MARY JO, Stephenville 

Home Economics, ON, Cap and Gown, Home Economics Club 

KENNY, ROBERT WAYNE, Stephenville 

Journalism, SAX, Daily Texan, Ranger, Grassroots Press Club, Campus 

Guild 

KIDD, THORNTON LENOIR, San Antonio 

Chemistry, Pre-Medical, Intramurals 

KIMMONS, WYLIE M., Sulphur Springs 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, NROTC 



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SENIORS 



KING. MARY ELLEN, Austin 

Journalism, A4>, Newman Club, Cap and Gown, URWA, Union Committee 



KINNAMON, KENETH, Dallas 

English, Philosophy Club, Classics Club 



KIPP, JOHN THEODORE Corpus Christi 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, I'M 

KIPP, ROBERT G., Corpus Christi 

Architecture. 24E 



, NROTC 



KIRK, GARLAND C., Waco 

Pharmacy 

KIRSCHNER, RICHARD L. ( Lubbock 

Drama, Directing, Film Committee, Curtain Club, Hillel 

KLEINSCHMIDT CLARK INGRAM, El Paso 

English and Pre-Law, IV Varsity Tennis, Music Committee 

KLEMMEDSON RUTH MATILDA, Fort Worth 

Costume Design, VWCA. Cap and Gown, Disciples Student Fel- 
lowship 



KNIGHT, W. ALLEN, Rising Star 

Physical Education, PEM Club, Oak Grove Co-Op 

KNOTTS, MARY E., Huntsville 

English. KKI'. Ashbel, Student Faculty Relations Committee, Rally Com- 
mittee, Union Activities Council, Cap and Gown 

KORZEKWA, CLEMENT ROBERT, Hobson 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, MICA, Newman Club, Knights of 
Columbus 

KOTZEBUE, ROBERT WILLIAM, JR., San Antonio 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME, San Antonio Club, NROTC, 
ASHVE 



KOVACH, MARGARET BAN, Odessa 

Business Administration, HIM'- BBA, Cap and Gown 

KREAGER, DOROTHY JANE, San Angelo 

Journalism, \ V..'. Westminster Student Fellowship, Publications Com- 
mittee, Religious Emphasis Week Committee, Daily Texan, Women Voters, 
Forensica 

KREIMERMAN, MARTIN C., Mexico, D. F. 
Industrial Management, TA*, A*O, Hillel, Steer Here, Faculty Evalua- 
tion Committee 

KREUZ, CHARLES RALEIGH, Lockhart 

Civil Engineering, ASCE 



KROCHMAN, ANN, Dallas 

Journalism, T<IB, Daily Texan, Orientation Committee 

KULL, FREIDA FERN, Texarkana 

Home Economics, Cap and Gown, Home Economics Club 

KUYKENDALL, JOE GAYLON, Longview 

Accounting 



KYSER, ALBERT CURRY, Houston 

Mechanical Engineering. TB*. ITTE, ASME 



KYSER, JAMES B., Houston 

Aeronautical Engineering, TBH, +H2, lAeS, Student Engineers Council, AF- 
ROTC 



LABOUNTY, DONNA JEANNE, San 

te Economics, AOII, ON, Cap and Gown, ' 




-Ed Assembly 



LACY, JOHN E., Comanche 
Civil Engineering, MICA, XE, AS< 



ASCI; 



LADON, ELIZABETH, San Antonio 

. AT, Upperclass Advisor, Reagan, Bluestockings 



fiJ MAUREEN, San Antonio 

, Teacher Education, AXli, Panhellenic, Newman Club, Home 



P, FLOYD RAY, Bcllvillc 

rmacy, KV, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

LANEY, KERA BERTRAND, El Salvador, C. A. 

Journalism, Cactus, International Council, A Cappella Choir 

LANGE, ROBERT E., San Antonio 

Advertising, AAZ, Daily Texan 



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SENIORS 



3T j 

A 





LANGSTON, MARY K., Mont Belvieu 

Business Administration, AXQ, BBA, Wesley Foundation, Film C< 

and Gown 

LANING, GALE BROOKS, La Pryor 

Physical Education 

LAQUATRA, M. CAROLINE, New Braunfcls 
Education, English, Glee Club, New Braunfels Club 

LAROWE, JOHN HART, Austin 

English, MICA 



LASATER, PATRICIA ANN, Ncwgulf 

English, Women Voters 

LAUDERDALE, JAMES H., Mercedes 

Government, Law, B6II, Scabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC 
LAUGHLIN, JAMES EMMET, Edinburg 

Civil Engineering, Tejas Club, Assembly, ASCE, Westminster Student 
Fellowship, R.E.W., Intramurals 

LAWRENCE, DONALD KENT, Gladewater 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 



LAY, AUDREY LOUDALE, Austin 

Accounting, BA^% Cap and Gown 

LEACH, JOSEPHINE PONELEIT, Harlingen 

Plan II, *M, Panhellenic, Women Voters, A Cappella Choir 

LEDINGHAM, TOMMY MAX, Mitchell 

Accounting, <iA6, BA'I', Arnold Air Society 

LEE, LEO CHARLES, Austin 

Management, A4>S2, Westminster Student Fellowship, Tejas, MICA, 
American Finance Association, American Statistical Association 



LEETH, ALLIE DEE, Dallas 

English 

LEETH, ILA DEE, Dallas 

English 

LEGGOTT, BOB, Amarillo 

Petroleum Engineering, 4>E, AIME, Ramshorn 

LENNON, BETTY DEAN, Cisco 

Pharmacy, ATA, KE, Orange Jackets, Longhorn Pharmaceutical 
Association 



LESIKAR, MARTHA F., Temple 

Business Administration, Plan I, BBA, Czech Club, Valhalla Co-Op 

LEVY, HARRIET ANN, Galveston 

Philosophy, AE<f>, Women Voters, Cap and Gown 

LEY, MILDRED R., Needville 
Home Economics, ON 

LICHTENSTEIN, MORRIS, Corpus Christi 

Marketing 



LIFE, KEETAH J., Athens 

Psychology. KKT 

LINK, SARAH LEW, Midland 

Elementary Education, KA0, Westminster Student Fellowship, Ashbel, ACE 

LOCKMAN, JULIK Austin 

English, Cactus Editor, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Women Voters, 
Cap and Gown, Bluestockings, Ashbel, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist, Good- 
fellow, Discipline Committee 

LONG, GRACIE DELANE, Austin 
History, KKT 



LONG, JEAN, Port Arthur 
English 

LONG, LAVAGA RENSHAW, Decatur 

Elementary Education 

LOTIEF, RUDOLPH, Rotan 

Pre-Dental, Newman Club 

LOTMAN, SONDRA LEE, Lincoln, Nebr. 

Speech, AE*, AROTC Sponsor, Panhellenic, Public Relations Com- 
mittee, Steer Here Committee, Radio Guild. Student Employment 
Commission, Speech Club 



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SENIORS 



LOVE, RICHARD FRANKLIN, Dallas 

Retailing, +K+, AK+, Arnold Air Society 

LOVELESS, GLENDA WILLADEEN, Eden 

I iiL'h-li Women Voters, Cap and down 

LOVELESS, MARY GRACE, Eden 

English. Women Voters, Cap and Gown 

LOWERY, JOHN L., Port Arthur 
Architectural Engineering, *1>E, AAAE 



LOWRY, KAY, Tyler 

Fine Arts, HB* 

LUKIN, EDWARD KEITH, Dallas 

Business Administration, Special Plan, EIK, AAAE 

LUNZ, JAMES HAMMOND, Hebbronville 

Business Administration, Canterbury Club, Military Police Association 

LUTZ, JOHN EDWARD, III, Fort Worth 

Architectural Engineering 



McANDREW, ARA AGNES, Georgetown 
Accounting 

McANELLY, WILLIS JAMES, JR., Houston 

Law, K, Pre-Law Club, Houston Club 

McBRIDE, CAROL ANN, Tyler 

Education. WICA. ACE. Future Teachers, Student Christian Associa- 
tion, Tcxanns, Cap and Gown, Women Voters 

McBRIDE, JIMMY, Realitos 

Aeronautical Engineering, Newman Club, Intramurals 



McCAIG, ROBERT S., Dallas 

Accounting, 4>FA 

McCALL, LYONS WILLIAM, JR., Newgulf 

Industrial Relations and Personnel Management 

McCARY, MARTHA SUE, Corpus Christi 

Elementary Education, KA6 

McCORMICK, B. J., Mullin 

Finance 



McCUE, KEMPER WARREN, Amarillo 

History 

MCDONALD, ORISON FLEMING (Mack), Wichita Fails 

Retailing, Wesley Foundation 

MCDONALD, PATRICIA JANE, Fort Worth 

Speech Therapy, Curtain Club, Classical Languages Club 

McDONOUGH, GAIL, San Antonio 

Plan II, 'I'M. Strike and Spare. Cap and Gown 



McFARLAND, LEVA LA RUE, Anson 

Bacteriology. A+, IA<I>, Sidney Lanier. Women Voters, Cap and Gown, Baptist 
Student Union, Upperclass Advisor, Cactus 



McGOWN, MARJORIE, Boerne 

Government. History. IIB*. Pierian 



TT 




McGREW, LLOYD D., Cisco 

Pharmacy, M', Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

MCKNIGHT, KAY, Yoakum 

Elementary Education, AXU, Cactus, Newman Club, Film Commit- 
tee, Union Activities Council, South Central Texas Club, ACE, 
Rally Committee 



ARY LOU, Harlingen 

ucation, WICA, Cap and Gown. ACE, Young Republican Club 

IcNEIL, MARGARET ANN. Silsbce 

ech, ZTA. Orange Jacket, Goodfcllow. Varsity Carnival, YWCA. Touche. 
gan. Pzatlx 

McNEILL, ANN MILLICENT, Austin 

Home Economics, KKT, Home Economics Club 

McREYNOLDS, LEE LOUIS, Austin 
Electrical Engineerinv. AIEE 




PACE 



SENIORS 





MACRAE, GLORIA D., Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
Bacteriology, Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, Cap and Gown, H 
Association, Powell House Co-Op, YWCA, University Singers 

MADDEN, ELIZABETH ANN, San Antonio 

English, F'fcB, Free Dance Committee, Film Committee, San Antonio 

MAHONEY, CARROLL JACK, Dallas 
Management, AIII, *K+, Arnold Air Society 

MALONEY, FRANCIS JAMES, JR., Worcester, 

Government, Pre-Law, <f>KT, Newman Club, ROTC Instructor 



MARCOVITCH, MARLENE ETHEL, Wharton 

Government, A<I>E, Cap and Gown 

MARKER, HOWARD WILLIAM, Tyler 

Zoology, ZAM, AEA 

MARLOW, MARTHA FRANCES, Austin 

Radio Broadcasting, \ V..'. Radio Guild 

MARTIN, PATRICIA ANN, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, AAII, Cap and Gown, San Antonio Club, 

ACE 



MARTIN. WILLIAM CRARY, JR., Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Law, Chemical Engineering, B6II, *AA, AXZ, Moot Court, Board of Student 

Managers, Rusk Literary Society, AlChE, U. T. Bar Association, Debate Society 

MARTIN, WINONA PERKINS, Austin 

Music Education, AI'A, ZAI 

MARTINEZ, LUIS LORENZO, Mission 

Pharmacy, MICA. Newman Club, Knights of Columbus, Longhorn 

Pharmaceutical Association 

MARTINEZ, ROEL, San Juan 

Pharmacy, MICA, Alba Club, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 



MASON, GEORGE FRED, Fort Worth 

Electrical Engineering 

MASON, MARGARET JEAN, Houston 

Chemistry, Pre-Medical, AEA, Baptist Student Union, Intramurals, Der 
Eulenspiegelverein 

MATHISON, MARY JO, Lampasas 

Home Economics, Teacher Education, Upper-class Advisor, Baptist Stu- 
dent Council, Home Economics Council, Cap and Gown 

MATUSEVICH, STEVE, JR., Fort Worth 

Chemical Engineering, MICA, AIChE, American Chemical Society 



MAY, CHARLES THOMAS, Fort Worth 
Transportation, <t>A6, ANA, Navy Rifle Team 

MAY, JAMES WADDELL, Austin 
Mechanical Engineering, AZ<1>, ASME 

MAY, THOMAS JESSE, Clarksville 
Business Administration, BA'I' 

MAYFIELD, ANN PARK, Waco 

History, KA6, Cap and Gown. Co-Ed Assembly 



MAYS, BARBARA, San Antonio 

Government, *M, AAA, USA, Bluestockings. Strike and Spare, Cap and Gown, 

Co-Ed Assembly, Panhellenic 

MEBANE, MORRISON H., Bryan 

Pharmacy. Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

MEDLIN, REGINALD OTTO, JR., Beaumont 
Electrical Engineering, HKX, AIEE 

MELTON, CAROLYN A., Dallas 

Education. BE*, Cap and Gown, Company F. Sweetheart 



MENASCO, DON DEAN, Austin 

Physical Education. Z<1>E, T Association, 



Football 



MENASCO, JO ANN WOODHAM, Austin 

Physical Education, Orchesis, PEM Club 



MENDLE, LOIS INEZ, Galveston 

Bacteriology, Canterbury Club, Society of American Bacteriologists 

MERIWETHER, BETTY JEAN, Fort Stockton 

Sociology 



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SENIORS 



MIKAMI. YASUHISA, Tokyo, Japan 
English. YMCA 

MILES, SAMMYE JO, Conror 

Accounting, BBA, Sidney Lanier, Cap and Gown, Women Voters 

MILLER ARTHUR CHARLES, Carmine 
Pharmacy, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

MILLER, JACK EDWIN, Kilgore 
Advertising, AAl, American Marketing Association 



MILLERj PATRICIA MARIE, Pampa 

Sociology, KM 1 Cap and Gown, Pierian 

MILLER, SAMPSON OLIVER, JR Austin 

Architectural Engineering, Kl. AAAE, Ramshorn, ASCE 

MILTON, JOYCE, Austin 

Elemental y Eduralion, II M' Bluestockings, ACE, Valhalla Co-Op, 
Co-Ed Assembly 

MILSTEAD, ROBERT E., Houston 

Industrial Management, ->LI1 



MIMS, DAVID MEADE, Amarillo 

Industrial Trade 

MITCHELL, MAURINCE E., San Antonio 

Advertising, AF, 9<f>, Panhellenic, Mortar Board, Bluestockings, Reagan 

MITCHELL, NICHOLAS PENDLETON III, Greenville, 

S. C. 

History, I \i:. Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student, The 

Gulden 

MOAK, CAROL LOUISE, Port Arthur 

Chemistry, AAA, AAA, Ashbel, Freshman Orientation, Upperclass 
Advisor, Union Music Committee, Campus Chest, Religious Em- 
phasis Week 



MOISE, ROBERT V., JR., Houston 

Pre-Law, +K1 

MONTAGUE, V. ROSEMARY, Edinburg 

Applied Art, Newman Club, Art Students Association, A Cappella Choir 

MONTGOMERY, VIRGINIA ANNE, Shovel Hills, N. J. 

English, History, IIB*, Cap and Gown, Young Republicans, Intramurals 

MOODY, TOM RUSH, JR., Houston 

Law, ATA. *A4>. Assembly, Associate Justice, Silver Spurs, Texas 
Law Review, Student Association President 



MOON, MARVIN R., San Angelo 

Pharmacy, Retail, K*. PX, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

MOORE, DOROTHY ANNE. Crockett 

English. P+B, YWCA. Wesley Foundation 



MOORE, HENRY CLAY, JR., Baytown 
Zoology. Pre-Medical, A+B, A Cappella Choir, S 



Speliological Society 



MOORE, HENRY EDWIN, Paris 
History, Westminster Student Fellowship 



MOORE HENRY HOUSTON, Austin 

Pre-Medical, Acacia, A*S, Cowboys, Society of American Bacteriologists 

MOORE, PRESTON, Houston 

Economics. K2, Silver Spurs, Interfraternity Council, Student Housing, 
-^reshman Orientation, Round-Up, Co-Op 

MOORE, RANDY G., Omaha 

Business Administration, 1AE, Silver Spurs, Rodeo Association 

MOORMAN, FRANCES MARIE, Longview 
Elementary- Education, ACE 




>NEY STUART, Tulsa, Okla. 

Fault Finders 



v MO._ 

(ieology 

-fR^MAN, ROBERT M., Beaumont 
^lewman Club. X 

MORGAN, CELIA, Beaumont 

International Trade. BBA. Cap and Gown 

MORGAN, DANIEL CROXTON, Angleton 
Business Administration. A*O. UK. +H1. MICA, Baptist Student 
Union. American Finance Association. Theleme Co-Op, Christian 
Student I nion 



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m \ 




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MORGAN, JACOB RICHARD, El Paso 

Pharmacy and Business Administration, 1'X, Lonifhorn Pharmaceu 
tion, Assembly 

MORGAN, ROBERT L., Waco 

Physics 

MORGAN, WANAGENE RITA, Corpus Christi 

Business Administration, AZ, BBA, YWCA, Wesley Foundation, 
Gown 

MORRIS, LAURA LOU, Cisco 

Elementary Education, Co-Ed Assembly, University Singers 
and Gown 



MORRIS, MARIANNE, Fort Worth 

Journalism and History, AXQ, OS*, *A6, *BK, Orange Jackets, Disciples Stu- 
dent Fellowship, Cap and Gown, Mortar Board, Texan, Co-Ed Assembly 

MORRISON, JACK p., Austin 

Pharmacy, K^, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC, Longhorn Pharmaceutical 
Association 

MOSLE, MARGARET, Houston 
History, KA6, Cap and Gown 

MOSLEY, MARILYN, Fort Worth 

Elementary Education, AATI, Women Voters, ACE, Disciples Stu- 
dent Fellowship 



MOSS, PHILEMON P., Houston 

Business Administration, X4>, Young Republicans, Talent Committee 

MOXOM, MARAKAY, Kilgore 

Journalism, AAI1, Upperclass Advisor, Board of Student Relations, Women 
Voters, Cap and Gown 

MUNDAY, MARTHA JANE, Amarillo 
Music Literature, KKT 

MUNSON, MARY JANE, Angleton 

Zoology, A*f, Women Voters 



MURAD, JOHN L., Tyler 

Zoology 

MURRELL, TIPTON M., Crane 

Petroleum Engineering, Baptist Student Union, AIME, Arnold Air Society, 
AFROTC 

MUSIL, LILLIE, Stamford 

Home Economics, Plan I, AZ, Glee Club, Czech Club, UTSA, Racket 
Club, Cap and Gown, Co-Ed Assembly, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee. 
Home Economic* Club 

MYERS, DORIS JEAN, Bay City 

Social Science in Secretarial Education 



NABERHAUS, EDWARD H., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Transportation, Spanish, AK^, ANA, Young Republicans 

NAISER, LAWR.ENCE EDWARD, El Campo 

Business Administration 

NAZZAL, JACK ROBERT, Austin 

Pharmacy. Newman Club 

NEAL, HARRY CLARE, Gainesville 

Plan II, Westminster Student Fellowship. Longhorn Band. Speech 
Club 



NEBLETT, CHARLES III, Stephenville 
Business Administration, Disciples Student Fellowship 

NEELY, DORIS, Amarillo 

Clothing and Textile, AAIT, Home Economics Club, Christian Science Or- 
ganization 

NEFF, WILLIAM RICHARD, Port Arthur 
Accounting, 4>rA, NROTC, Lutheran Students Association 

NEILL, JANE ELIZABETH, Sonora 

Elementary Education, AP, Bow and Arrow, Reagan, Co-Ed Assembly 



NEWLIN, BOBBY J., Sinton 

Journalism. SAX, Daily Texan. Grassroots Press Club 

NICHOLS, J. WILLIAM, JR., Atlanta 

Business Administration. MICA, Tejas, TLOK, Associate Justice 

NICHOLS, KENNETH ROY, Midland 

Chemical Engineering, SX, *H2, AIChE 

NICHOLS, MARTHA ANN, Beeville 

Elementary Education. A*. Spooks. Newman Club 



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SENIORS 



NICHOLSON, DEWEY T., Amarillo 

Civil Knttineering, ASCE 

NIPPER, EARL WAYNE, Wellington 

Pharmacy 

NISSEN, GRETA, San Antonio 

Journalism, At>, 01t, Upperclass Advisor, Sidney Lanier. San Antonio 
Club, Cactus, Texan, Bluebonnet Belle, Sweetheart Finalist, AFROTC 
Sponsor, Panhellenic, Cap and Gown 

NOEL, PAT GUYSE, Galveston 

Finance, <J'KT, Galveston Club, American Finance Association 



NORMAN, LEOLA MAY, Wcslaco 

Personnel Management. WICA, Newman Club 

NORRIS, WILLIAM SIRA, JR., Dublin 
Geology 

NOSTER, MARIAN FAY, New Braunfels 

Real Estate, A/ BBA, Cap and Gown. Westminster Student Fellowship. 

Religious Emphasis Committee, New Braunfels Club 

NOVOMINSKY, BERNARD, Galveston 
Accounting 



NUNLEY, EDITH M., Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Physical Education, Glee Club, UTSA 

OLESJUK. ANDREW, Mission 

Zoology, MICA, A Cappella Choir, Texas International Club. YMCA 

OLIPHINT, JORGA B., South Houston 

Elementary Education 

OLSON, NANCY PRAY, Houston 

Home Economics, Interior Decoration, AAP, Home Economics Club. 
Women Voters, UTSA, Tumle, Canterbury Club 



O'QUINN, ANN LOUISE, Lufkin 

Elementary Education. ZTA 

ORR, JOSEPH LACKLAND, Fort Worth 

Economics, KE. AM2, Westminster Student Fellowship, Great Issues Com- 
mittee. ROTC, Student Christian Association 

OUTLAR, LEONARD BALTON, JR., Wharton 

Zoology, K* 

OWENS, KENNETH IRA, Fort Worth 

Geology, A*S}, Fault Finders, AROTC 



OZYMY, CHARLIE LYNN, Abbott 

Personnel Management, MICA, Czech Club 

PAPE, GALEN WILLIAM, Austin 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

PARKER, YVONNE C., Temple 

French, WICA, Whitehall, French Club 

PATMAN, WILLIAM NEFF, Texarkana 

Business Administration. Law, 1AK. AEII. f>AA, Orange Wings. 

Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student, AFROTC 



PATRICK, ROY COLEMAN, JR., McAllen 

Pharmacy 




LiLJI 



PENNINGTON, M. GLENN, Stinnett 

J^harmacy, Lonshorn Pharmaceutical Association 




PEOPLES. ROBERTA FRANCES, Fort Worth 

History. A.X1J. Cap and Gown 

PERKINS, THOMAS H., Austin 

Sociology 



ICTOR SHELTON, JR., Abilene 

igineering, AAAE. NROTC 

-, RAYMOND FLOYD, San Antonio 

lerhaniral Engineering. IIT1. MICA. ASME, AFROTC, Theleme Co-Op 

PERRY, DEAN" H., Dallas 

Knginerring Route to Business Administration 

PERSONS, JEROME TAD, Quitaque 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, i. \ M 



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SENIORS 




PEYTON, DOROTHY DIANE, Shrevcport, La. 

Home Economics 

PLYLER, ROYCE WELDON, Corpus Christ! 

Pure Mathematics, MICA, Swing and Turn 

POLAND, HELEN LEE, Jacksonville 

Home Economics, Teacher Education, Upperclass Advisor, Ashbel 

POLUNSKY, ROBERT ALAN, San Antonio 

Radio Broadcasting, AKII, AKP. Radio Guild, Longhorn Ba 



POOLEY, ELLIOTT EARL, Houston 

Advertising, Journalism, AA, Daily Texan 

PORTER, DAVY LEE, Austin 

Personnel Management 




PRESTON, J. OLIVETTE, Houston 

Philosophy, AAII, Houston Club, Co-Ed Asse 



mbly, Cap and Gown 



PRICE, GLEN H., Electra 

Business Administration, T Association, Football 



PROSSER, SHIRLEY JOE, Conroc 

Meteorology, AZ, AA1' University Symphonic Band, Forensica, American 
Meteorological Society, Women Voters 

PRUETT, WILFORD R., Seminole 

Banking and Finance, A2II, American Finance Association, Glee Club 

PRYOR, PATRICIA JOYCE, Midland 

English, KKI', Cap and Gown, Ashbel, Rally Committee, Student- 
Faculty Relation Committee 

QUILLIAM, WILLIAM REED, JR., Beaumont 
Law, QS, 4>AA, AA2, Silver Spurs, Assembly, University Bar Asso- 
ciation Board of Governors, Southwest Texas Club, Goodfellow, 
Interfraternity Council 



QUINN, ALLAN S., Falcon, Venezuela 
Economics, 6H, AK*, Silver Spurs, Assembly 

RAMIREZ, SARA LEONIL, Waco 

Spanish, English, SATI, Alba Club, Cap and Gown 

RAND, PHYLLIS, Jacksonville 

Elementary Education, ACE, Curtain Club 

RANGEL, ELISEO, JR., Brownsville 
Electrical Engineering. AIEE. MICA, Newman Club 



RANGEL, LIONEL, Brownsville 

Pharmacy, PX. Alba Club, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

RANKIN. JACK GILBERT, Dallas 

Transportation. <f>K+. I'A, ANA, Intramurals, Arnold Air Society 

RANSDELL, CHARLES WILLIAM, Dallas 
Advertising. KA, AZII, AAS. Daily Texan 

RAWLINGS, DIXIE FAYE, Houston 

Personnel Management, r<f>B. BBA, Cap and Gown, Rally Commit- 
tee, Swing and Turn 



RAY, BERT EDWIN, Austin 

Architecture. ThK, Sphinx 

RAY, DONALD LEE, Kilgore 

Petroleum Engineering, 0S. AIME, North East Texas Club 

RAYSON, JACK HENRY, Gonzales 

Pre-Dental, Longhorn Band. Canterbury Club, South Central Texas Club 

REED, ALBERT RUSSEL, Little Rock, Ark. 

Public Accounting 



REEVES, JOANNA, Wichita, Kansas 

Sociology. AAA. Upperclass Advisor 

REMBOLD, JEAN, Junction 

Journalism. Cap and Gown. Daily Texan. Ranger 

RENICK, ELIZABETH, San Antonio 

Sociology, KA6 

RENNER, JERRY LEE, Austin 

Plan II. AX!.'. Westminster Student Fellowship. Reagan. Cap and 



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REYNOLDS, LESLIE NORMAN, 

Chemical Engineering. OXE, AIChE 

REYNOLDS, RUSSELL RONALD, San Antonio 
Architecture 

RICH, MARVIN A.. Houston 

Marketing. Curlain Club, American Marketing Association, Varsity 
Swimming Team 

RICHARDSON. MARY ANN, Amarillo 

English. Orchesis, Cap and Gown, Tee Club 



RICHARDSON, MECK LEE, Luling 

Chemical Engineering, MICA, Campus Guild, AIChE, ACS, Wesley Foundation 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM LEE, Baytown 

History 

RILEY, MARGARET M., Austin 

Transportation 

RILEY, MARY JO, Temple 

Elementary Education. Cap and Gown, ACE, Baptist Student Union, 
Upperclass Advisor 



ROBERSON, M. RICHARD, Austin 

Banking and Investment Finance, T Association, Baseball, American Finance 
Association, U1SAM, Baptist Student Union, Austin Club 

ROBERTS, SHIRLEY (Polly), San Antonio 

Elementary Education, XO, Cap and Gown, Grievance Committee. YWCA, 
Freshman Fellowship. Campus Chest, Freshman Orientation, Religious Em- 
phasis Committee, Round-Up 

ROBERTSON, ANTHONY KEITH, Houston 

History. Hull, Newman Club 

ROBERTSON, BETTY CATHERINE, Baytown 

Business Administration, Newman Club 



ROBERTSON, BILLY RAY, Baytown 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

ROBERTSON, GREGORY ALAN, Harlingen 
Sociology 

ROBERTSON, HENRY GRADY, JR., Port Neches 

Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

ROBERTSON, JAMES W., Colorado City 
Law, Accounting, AK+, West Texas Club, University Bar Asso- 
ciation, Disciples Student Fellowship 



ROBERTSON, R. SPOTSWOOD, Rattle Snake, Fla. 
Petroleum Engineering, NROTC, Mariners Club, AIME, Buccaneers 

ROBINSON, FRANK KEE, Lamesa 
Pre- Medical, KA 

RODGERS, GILBERT, Paden City, W. Va. 

Architectural Engineering. KS. AAAE, ASCE, Ramshorn, American 

Concrete Institute, Student Engineering Council 

ROEBUCK, ISAAC FIELD, Graham 

Petroleum Engineering. KK+. AIME, Cowboys, Longhorn Band 



ROGERS, SUE, Houston 

Elementary Education, AAII, Houston Club, Texas Stars, Glee Club, Women 
Voters, ACE 

ROSBOROUGH, M. ANN, Tyler 

lie Education, AAA, AI. Mortar Board. Women Voters, Orange Jackets, 



"ernational Council.' YWCA 

ROSE, ARTHUR WILLIAM, JR., Wills Point 

t Accounting, AZIT 

ROVELLO, TOMMY, JR., Waco 

Petroleum Engineering, AXA. AIME, Arnold Air Society 




CH H., JR., Fort Worth 
ROTC 

\OYALL, MARGARET JEAN, Washington, D.C. 

t, VI 1 , Cap and Gown. Art Student Association, Canterbury Club 

i ROYDER, JAMES OTIS, Austin 

\ Bacteriology 

RUBENSTEIN, DAVID OCHS, Shreveport, La. 

Accounting. SAM. ANA. XiTA 



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RUCKER, MAX RAMON, Lufkin 

Business Administration, 6H 

RUEBEL, ALFRED LOUIS, II, Dallas 

Finance and Law, ^K^P, AK*fr, Arnold Air Society, Longhorn P m<l 
AFROTC 

RUFNER, WANDA MARIE, Fort Worth 

Elementary Education, Texannes 

RUIZ, LINDA GLORIA, Edinburg 

Spanish Education, EAR, Newman Club, WICA 



RUNDELL, C. A., JR., Austin 

Chemical Engineering, Kl. Silver Spurs, NROTC, T Association 

RUPE, MARILYN JOAN, San Antonio 

Radio Broadcasting-Television. AEP, XAI, Fine Arts Council, Curtain Club. 
Television Workshop, Westminster Student Fellowship, Radio Guild 

RUSSELL, DOLORES ANTOINETTE, Kilgore 
English, Af, Sin, Mortar Board. Cap and Gown, Reagan. Rally Com- 
mittee, Upperclass Advisor, YWCA, Tee Club, Bluestockings, Canter- 
bury Club, Transfer Orientation Committee 

RUSSELL, JOAN, Kilgore 
English, AAA 



RYALS, CAROLINE ROBERTS, Lufkin 

Elementary Education, AAA, Women Voters 

RYALS, FRED E., Lufkin 

Business Administration. <1>K, Intramurals, Talent Committee 

SABRSULA, HERMAN D., Wallis 

Pharmacy, K^, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

SADLER, ANN LYNN, Tyler 

Elementary Education, Association for Elementary Teachers, Cap 

and Gown, Wesley Foundation, Whitehall Co-Op 



SADLER, CHESTER C., Gatesville 
Geology, ROTC 

SAGE, VERNON RAY Corpus Christ! 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Air Force Association, Arnold Air Society 

SAMPLE, SARA, Pecos 

Elementary Education, AAII, Upperclass Advisor, Reagan. Newman 
Club, ACE, West Texas Club 

SANCHEZ-NAVARRO, MICHAEL, San Antonio 
Petroleum Engineering, San Antonio Club 



SANDERS, JEAN ANN, Arlington 
Business Administration, YWCA 



SANDERS, O. DIANE, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, AXO, Texannes, Cap and Gown. Women Voters, 

San Antonio Club, Sweetheart Nominee, Cheerleader 

SARRAFIAN, GEORGE, Dallas 

Pure Mathematics, <t>KT, <t>HS 

SATTERWHITE, WILLIAM WALDON, Lamesa 

Management, ATA 



SAUNDERS, TAMES LnROY, Amarillo 

Industrial Psychology, T Association 

SAUNDERS, SHIRLEY ANN, Port Arthur 

Elementary Education, ACE 

SCHARFENBERG, SYLVIA SUE, Fort Worth 

Elementary Education, XSi, Steer Here Committee, Canterbury Club. 
Cap and Gown 

SCHEUSE, L. WILLIAM, JR., San Antonio 

Pre-Medical, Zoology, <t>HE, AKA, *BK, Disciples Student Fellow- 
ship, Religious Emphasis Week. MICA 



SCHMIDT, CHARLES HARVEY, Amarillo 

Civil Engineering. *K*. ASCE 

SCHMIDT, PATTY ANN, Taft 

Sociology, AZ, Women Voters, Steer Here Committee, Grievance Commit- 
tee. Wesley Foundation, YWCA, Swing and Turn. Cap and Gown 

SCHNEIDER, CHARLES WALTER, JR., San Antonio 
Civil Engineering. ASCE 

SCHULLE, JANICE ELIZABETH. Austin 

Music Education. AI'A, University Singers, A Cappella Choir 



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SCHWARTZ, BEVERLY PHYLLIS, Houston 

Radio Broadcasting. Radio Guild. Debate Club, Hillel, 
Dance Club, Forensica, Upperclass Advisor 



Radio Workshop. Folk 



SCHWARZBACH, BERNARD E., JR., El Paso 

Real Estate. AXA. KK* 

SCOTT, RAWLAND L., Gainesville 

Geology. AKK, Ainold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade. Fault Finders 

SCOTT, WILLIAM CHARLES, Houston 

Petroleum Engineering. AIME. Newman Club, Intramurals 



SELVILI, HALUK, Turkey 

Economics 

SERAFY, HELEN, Brownsville 

Elementary Education, ACE, Cap and Gown. Canterbury Club, Upper- 
class Advisor 

SERBER, INA ADELE, San Antonio 

Accounting, BA*. Cap and Gown 

SHANER, PHYLLIS, Houston 

Elementary Education, Christian Science Organization 



SHANKLE, JEAN MARIAN, Muskogee, Okla. 

Physical Education, AAA, PEM Club, Cap and Gown 

SHASHA, ALEXANDER OHON, Mosul, Iraq 

Civil Engineering, Arab Student Association, YMCA, ASCE 

SHEDOUDY, EMIL JOSEPH, San Diego, Calif. 
Economics, MICA 

SHEINBERG, ISRAEL, Fort Worth 

Physics, A EH 



SHERIFF, LEWIS H., Canadian 
Accounting, AK*, BA* 

SHIELD, ELGEAN C., Austin 

Geology, A*fi, Oak Grove, Fault Finders. Arnold Air Society. Southwestern 
Geological Society 

SHIELDS, MARY SUE, Victoria 

English, KAH 

SIGEL, ANN, San Antonio 
Elementary- Education. ACE 



SIGEL, MARVIN MEYER, Dallas 

Art, AEJI, KK+, Longhorn Band 

SIMMONS, JEANNETTE CHRISTINE, Paris 

Education. ZTA. Reagan, Women Voters, YWCA, ACE 

SIMPSON, JOHN EDWIN, Austin 

Engineering Route to Business Administration. Distinguished Military 
Graduate, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC, Society for Advancement of 
Management 

SINGH, RAJINDER, Bombay, India 
Chemical Engineering. AIChE 



SMITH, ANN, McAllen 
English, AAA, Cap and Gown 



SMITH, CHARLES EWARD, Houston 

^ylogy, *KI, ROTC, Union Talent Committee, 



Campus Chest, Rally 



\ SMITH, EVELYN LIANNE, Mineral Wells 

( f Television-Radio, Curtain Club, Cap and Gown. Radio Guild, Televis- 

) f" ion Workshop. Radio House Actors, Talent Committe 

^ 



f" 

\ 



81 

(ienllgy 



I tee Shows 

SMITH, FRANCES, Robstown 

Journalism, A4>, Panhellenic. Cactus, Scribblers Club, Women 

VotMi, Corpus Christi Club, University Singers 



JLENN COLEMAN, Electra 



1ITH, GORDON L., JR., Dallas 

Anrhitecture. N'AX^. Sphinx. American Institute of Architects 

isMITH, JOSEPH N., San Diego, Calif. 

\I>..nomirs. Mariner's Club, Buccaneers, NROTC, Scabbard and Blade 

SMITH, JUDITH WADE, Pampa 

Education. 7TA. Newman Club. Reagan 




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SMITH, LURLINE BYRD, Austin 

English, ATA, Cactus, Canterbury Club, Cap and Gown 

SMITH, MARY ANNE, Hunt 

Anthropology, IIB<J, Cap and Gown, Co-Ed Assembly, Young Rep 

SMITH, ONNY BURKE, Austin 

Architecture, TEA, AAI', NAX4>, American Institute of A 
Turtle Club 

SMITH, SAMUEL B., Beaumont 
Physics 



SNIVELY, GORDON JARRETT, Houston 

Mechanical Engineering, 2*E, ASME, ASHVE 

SOMMERFIELD, JACK B., Hillsboro 

Government 

SONE, ROSEMARY, Corpus Christi 

Sociology, r*B, Racket Club, Cap and Gown, Co-Ed Assembly 

SONNENBURG, WALDIE WILBERT, Malone 

Pharmacy, K4% Long horn Pharmaceutical Association 



SOULES, FRANCES JANET, Goldthwaite 

Home Economics, Curtain Club, Glee Club, YW'CA, Home Economics Club 

SOUTHWORTH, FRANK G., Dallas 

Government 



SPANGLER, CHARLES R., Austin 

Retail Pharmacy and Business Administration, 
ceutical Association 



, Longhorn Pharma- 



SPARKS, CECIL R., San Antonio 

Mechanical Engineering, IITS, TBII, Student Engineering Council, 

ASME, San Antonio Club, Wesley Foundation 



SPEAR, MARY HELEN, Rio Hondo 

Journalism, W1CA, Lutheran Student Association, Rio Grande Valley Club 

SPEARS, JO ANN HYLTIN, Austin 

Elementary Education, Al\ Mortar Board, Bluebonnet Belle, NROTC 
Sponsor, Reagan, Finalist Aqua-Carnival Queen 

SPEER, WILLIAM MARION, Austin 

Industrial Management, Acacia 

SPEIR, HAROLD JUSTIN, Shreveport, La. 

Mechanical Engineering 



SPRONG, CORDELIA JANE, Houston 

Elementary Education, XQ, UTSA, Poona 

SRINI-VASAN S., Madras, India 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, International Club, YMCA 

STANGER, BILLY JOE, Baytown 

Applied Art 

STANKOSKY, PETER NICHOLAS, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Business Administration, Alll 



STEPHENS, LOTHA ANN, Pasadena 

Speech Education, AZ, Forensica, Cap and Gown, Houston Club. University 
Singers, Young Democrats, Speech Club, Oratorical Association 

STEVENSON, JOAN CATHERINE, San Antonio 

English, A*, PEM Club, Intramurals 

STEWART, MERRY FAYE, Corpus Christi 

Sociology, Christian Science Organization 

STILLINGER, JACK CLIFFORD, Houston 

English. *KI, <1>HS, *BK, Cactus 



STILLINGER, SHIRLEY VAN WORMER, Houston 

Plan II. A4>, <1>BK, AAA. Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, Upperclass Advisor, 
Cactus, Sidney Lanier. Co-Ed Assembly 

STILL WAGON, JO ANN, Houston 

Elementary Education. XSJ. Talent Committee, Turtle Club, Disciples 
Student Fellowship. Houston Club, Rodeo Association 

STISCHER, WALT M., Pasadena 

Economics, AX*, AFROTC 

ST. JOHN, FRED GENE, Corpus Christi 

Electrical Engineering. Wesley Foundation, Varsity Tennis 



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STONE, SARAH, Nocona 

Home Economics, f -I'll Home Economics Club, Cap and Gown, 

Charm Committee, Swint< and Turn, Glee Club 

STOUT, JOHN LEE, Austin 

Physics and Geology, AXA. Wesley Foundation, Fault Finders, Austin Club, 

Varsity Debate, Intramurals 

STREETMAN, JACK D., Nederland 
Petroleum Engineering, MICA 

STREETMAN, MARION L., Nederland 
French 



STUDDARD, DON EDWARD, Brownwood 
Accounting, YMCA, Steer Here Committee, Freshman Tennis 

STURCH, GEORGE THOMAS Dallas 

Personnel Management. Baptist Student Union, Arnold Air Society, 
AFROTC, Baptist Student Union 

STUTZENBURG, THOMAS E., Port Arthur 

History 

SUHLER, WILLIAM CHARLES, Luling 

Pure Mathematics, KK^. Longhorn Band, Hillel, Symphonic Band 



SULLIVAN, MARY ANN, Kilgore 
Interior Decorating, ZTA, Home Economics Club 

SUROVIK. EDWARD J., Temple 
Architectural Engineering, AAAE, ASCE 

SWANN, B. SUE, Port Neches 

English, Poona, Bluestockings, Shangri-La Co-Op, Wesley Foundation 

SWENDON. WALLACE LEON, Austin 
Accounting, KM- \'.\-\-. Longhorn Band, Intramurals 



TALLEY, MABEL ANN. Burkeville 
Commercial Teaching, BBA, WICA, Shangri-La Co-Op 

TANNOS, JOSEPH THOMAS, Lockhart 

Chemical Engineering, !!XE, TBn. +AT, *H, Newman Club, AIChE 

TATE, MARGARET ANN, Comanche 

Plan II, ZTA, Ashbel, Swing and Turn, Curtain Club, Canterbury Club 

TAYLOR, CHARLES C., Marion, Ky. 
Civil Engineering, ASCE 



TAYLOR, GLADYS VIRGINIA, Houston 

Music Education, M'l-l . II \". University Symphonic Band 

TAYLOR, PATTY, Robert Lee 

Physical Education, PEM Club, Tumle, UTSA. Cap and Gown, 

Wesley Foundation 

TAYLOR. ROBERT KINDER, JR., Houston 
International Trade 

TEAGUE. NANCY, Slaton 

Radio, AP, Radio Guild, Round-Up, TSO, Panhellenic 



TEDFORD, WALTER E.. San Antonio 

Mechanical Engineering. TBIT, JITS, ASME, Assembly, Theleme Co-Op 

TEMPLE, NANCY LOU, Dallas 

Journalism, AX!?, Reagan, Union Publicity Committee, Women Voters, 
Daily Texan 

TEMPLETON, STUART EDWARD, San Angelo 
Civil Engineering, Kl, ASCE, Arnold Air Society 

THAMES, CLEMENT BEAL, JR., Hearne 

Geology, Physics, S*E, Speleogical Society, AIME, Fault Finders 



T^THOMPSON, CHARLES E.. JR., Edinburg 
\ Mechanical Engineering, IX, ASME, Baptist Student Union, Rally Committee 

THOMPSON, CHAUNCE O.. Breckenridge 

Petroleum Engineering, TBII, IFE, *H, Scabbard and Blade, AIME 

THOMSON. MARTHA, Temple 
"Tome Economics, KM 

TIEKEN. BETTY LOUISE, Austin 

Business Administration. F+B. BBA, Women Voters, 
Lutheran Student Association 



TIEMAN, ROBERT EDWARD, Austin 

Architectural Engineering, XE, TBII, Raimhorn, AAAE 
TINDALL, MARVIN B., Shamrock 

Pharmacy, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 

TIPPIT, ALBERT S., San Benito 

English, +K+, Westminster Student Fellowship, Cactus, Texan, YMCA 








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SENIORS 




TOMPKINS, CAROLYN J., Corpus Christi 

Speech, KKF, Rally Committee, Reagan, Speech Club, Spooks, Cap and Go 

TORN, PATRICIA ANN. Taylor 
Elementary Education, ZTA, Sidney Lanier 

TORRANCE, NANCY, Austin 

Journalism, 62<J>, Wesley Foundation, Grassroots Press Club 

White Hall Co-Op 

TOUBIN, JIMMY L., Brenham 
Retailing, Ti<f> 



TOWNE, RICHARD P., Sarasota, Fla. 
Engineering Route to Business Administration, 2AM 

TOWNSLEY, MELBA MARILYN, Beaumont 
Elementary Education, ACE 

TREYBIG, LEON BRUCE, Austin 

Pure Mathematics 

TROTT, WAYNE EARLE, Wichita Falls 
Pharmacy, K*, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association, 
Tumbling Team 



TRZECIAK, ALEXANDER J., Jersey, N. J. 
Psychology, Zoology, Newman Club, MICA 

TUOHY, WILFRED J., Austin 

Advertising, AAS 

TURPIN. JESSICA BROOKS, Midland 
Sociology, KKT 

TYLER, HENRY ALLEN. TR., San Angelo 
Petroleum Engineering, Ait?, AIME 



TYROCH, HENRY ALBERT, Temple 
Pure Mathematics, Czech Club 

VAGTBORG, PHYLLIS, San Antonio 

Government, AAA, Pierian, Cap and Gown, A Cappella Choir, San Antonio 

Club, YWCA, Union Committee, Student Sign Committee 

VALERIUS, JOHN BEHNER, Shreveport, La. 
General Marketing, AXA, American Marketing Association 

VANCIL, BOB I., Ballinger 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE 



VANDEWATER, CHARLES R., Shreveport, La. 
Civil Engineering, ASCE 

VAN HOUTEN, HAROLD A., Austin 

Interior Decorating 

VARNEY. SHIRLEY ANN, Overton 
Elementary Education 

VESTER, SAMUEL H., JR., Port Arthur 
Finance, AKE, AFROTC 



VINSON, IVY, San Angelo 

Business Administration, Baptist Student Union 

VOIGT, ELAINE MARIE, New Braunfels 

Speech Correction, Speech Club, New Braunfels Club 

WADDELL, NORMA JEANE, Corpus Christi 
Elementary Education, AAII, ACE, Upperclass Advisor 

WADE, JOY E., Port Arthur 

Elementary Education, Cap and Gown, ACE, 
Westminster Student Fellowship 



WAINWRIGHT, REVILL ANN, Houston 

Elementary Education, AT 

WALDEN, KYLE WARD, Beaumont 
Geology, X 

WALICEK, ERWIN H., Yoakum 
Natural Science Education 

WALKER, GENE COWDEN, Weatherford 
Mechanical Engineering, Rally Committee, Freshman Orientation 
Committee, Assembly, ASME 



WALKER JOHANA ANN Pasadena 

Elementary Education, Cap and Gown, Women Voters, Tumle, 
Grievance Committee 

WALKER, ROBERT HARDING. Dallas 

Insurance and Real Estate, <1>A6, Goodfellow, Interfraternity Council 

WALKER, ROBERT HOWARD, Dublin 
English, AX, A Cappella Choir, ROTC. 




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SENIORS 




WALSER, DOROTHY ANN, Temple 

Bacteriology, ZTA 

WALSH, EDWARD JOSEPH, JR., Galveston 
Banking and Finance, \M-, Newman Club, MICA 

WARD CAROL ELIZABETH, Pharr 

Applied Mathematics, Cap and Gown 

WARD, WANDA JEAN, Conway, Ark. 
Chemistry 



WARD, RAYMOND ANTHONY, Corpus Christ! 

Psychology 

WARMACK, WALLACE O., Texarkana 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE 

WASHER, PHINEAS A., JR., Austin 

History, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Orange Wings 

WASHINGTON, JAMES H., Handera 
Chemistry, A \ 1 



WATSON, ANN EVELYN, Brownwood 

Business Administration, A4>, Pierian, Newman Club 

WATSON, KIMBALL STUART Mt. Carmel, 111. 

Petroleum Engineering, AE, Cowboys, Friars 

WATSON. ROBERT LEE, Rio Grande City 

Commercial Teaching, MICA, Newman Club, ROTC Band 

WEBER. DAMON FRANKLIN, Caldwcll, Kans. 
Voice, *MA, Glee Club, A Cappella Choir 



WEBER, PATRICIA, Caldwell, Kans. 
Child Development 

WEEKS, SARAH JANE, Austin 

Applied Art, ZTA, Mortar Board, UTSA, Orange Jackets, Racket Club, 
Reagan, Cactus 

WELLS, FRED A., JR., Austin 

Marketing, Intramurals, American Marketing Association. 
Freshman Tennis Team 

WELLS, ZACK MARTIN, JR., Freer 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 



WELSH, MELBA, Corpus Christ! 

Piano Pedagogy, AF, University Symphonic Orchestra, Austin Symphony 
Orchestra 

WERTHEIMER, RUTH JEAN, Houston 

Bacteriology, SAT, Reagan, Hillel, Co-Ed Assembly, Panhellenic 

WEST\ BETTYE JO, Keller 

Home Economics, Teacher Education, P4B, Bow and Arrow, Home 

Economics Club, Cap and Gown 

WEST, SAMUEL A., Joshua 

Retailing 



WHALL, BETTY CHARLES, San Antonio 

Journalism, Texan 

WHEELER, WILLIAM THOMAS. JR., Fort Worth 
Petroleum Engineering, *K*, ROTC, AIME 

WHITE, CAROLYN HARVEY, San Antonio 

Home Economics, Teacher Education, ON, Home Economics Club 

WHITE. HAVES R., Altoona, Pcnn. 
History, Westminster Student Fellowship 



WHITMAN, JESSE D., Abilene 
Transportation, ANA, MICA 

WIGGEN, EUGENE ROBERT, Baytown 

Chemical Engineering, Prather Hall Association, AIChE 

/ILEY, MARY MARGARET, Austin 

hglish, AA1I. Reagan, Cap and Gown, Wesley Foundation, YWCA 

WILLIAMS, ALAN R., JR., Houston 

Journalism, Advertising, AA, Texan 



WILLIAMS, ANN WILLETTE, Houston 

Interior Decorating, AM.'. AAI'. Houston Club, Home Economics Club, Wesley 
Foundation 

WILLIAMS, DORIS, Paint Rock 

Psychology, Cap and Gown 

WILLIAMS, ED PAYNE, Corpus Christ! 
Pre-Medical, Zoology, KA 




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SENIORS 




L. J 







WILLIAMS, ELMA DEAN, Baytown 

Commercial Teaching and Secretarial Practice, DBA, Go-Ed Assembly, 
and Gown, Glee Cluo 

WILLIAMS, GLADYS JANELLE, New Braunfels 

Elementary Education, AAII, Speech Club, Cap and Gown, New BraunfeU 

Club, Rally Committee, Steer Here Committee, ACE 

WILLIAMS, HUGH DARRELL, Dallas 

Government and Economics, <J>K*, *H2, -4>BK, Head Cheerleader, Cow- 
boys, Scabbard and Blade, Gymnastics Team 

WILLIAM, ROBERT R., Jefferson 
Geology 



WILLIAMSON, JAMES R., Beaumont 
Business Administration, MICA, Southeast Texas Club 

WILLIS, L. KENNETH, JR., San Angelo 
Applied Mathematics, VM' 

WILLIS, TED P., Victoria 
Civil Engineering, XE, TBII, ASCE 

WILSON FLOYD SCOTTY, Henderson 

Business Administration, KK'k, Longhorn Band, Baptist Student 

Union 



WILSON, GLORIA JEAN, Corpus Ghristi 
English, Bluestockings 

WILSON KATHERINE NANERL, San Antonio 

Sociology, San Antonio Club, Canterbury Club, American Speleological 

Society 

WINSLOW, JAYNE LOUISE, Houston 

Home Economics, AAA 

WINSTON, WILLIAM, Lufkin 

Business Administration 



WINTERS, NILES BAKER, JR., Midland 

Business Administration, Plan II 

WINTERS, FRANCES JANE, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, AP, Canter Club, UTSA, Co-Ed Assembly, Canter- 
bury Club, Steer Here Committee 

WIRZ, HERBERT, Wichita Falls 
Applied Mathematics 

WISE, MARJORIE L., Beeville 
Retailing 



WOMACK. JIMMIE FRANK, Jefferson 

Geology, Fault Finders, Baptist Student Union, Glee Club, MICA, Intra- 

murals, AFROTC 

WOOD, LILLIAN ALINE, Corpus Christi 
English, \--'. Sidney Lanier, Cap and Gown 

WOODS, MARY SANDERFORD, Ranger 

Elementary Education, Cap and Gown 

WOODS, SEBORN ENLOE, Kirbyville 
Pharmacy, M'. Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 



WOOLDRIDGE, CLARK EDMONDSON, Brownwood 

Psychology, MICA, Tejas 

WREN, ELDEN B., Weslaco 
Physics, Swing and Turn 

WRYE, BILLIE M.. Galveston 
Education, A*, Women Voters, YWCA 

WUTHRICH, ANGELYN ANN, Pflugerville 
Bacteriology, AEA, IZII, Lutheran Student Association 



YEAGER, ELLEN, Houston 

Sculpture, AXti, UTSA, Bow and Arrow, Canterbury Club, Art Student 

Association 

YOUNG, MARY CATHRYN, San Antonio 
Elementary Education, ZTA 

YOUNG MILTON E San Angelo 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

ZAMORA, RENE A., Mercedes 

Elementary Education 



ZINKE, ROBERT LOUIS, Shiner 

Electrical Engineering, HKN, *H2, TBJI, AIEE, IRE, Central Texas Club, 

Ramshorn, MICA 

ZOBAL, ARTHUR FRED, Catarina 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, Theleme Co-Op 

ZOBLOTSKY, MARGIE BEA, Taylor 

Sociology, A*f>2, Hillel, Women Voters, Cap and Gown 







PACE 58 



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JUNIORS 



iM f ' ^"5 




FIRST-YEAR LAW, 
Barber, Monty Clyde, Austin 

Cabaniss, Charles Davis, Garland 
Duggan, F. Lee, Jr., Houston 
Goldsmith, Claude Watson, 
Hampton, Morris Jack 

Hunt, James Thee d : r 

Johnston, Roy E., Lufkin 

Lynch, Charles Edgar, Krum 

Marschall, William Ingo, Jr., Sai 
Ruebel, Alfred Louis, II, DE 

Sentell, Marvin F., Snyufer 

Spencer, Richard C., Fort Worth 

Wood, John W., Albany 

SECOND YEAR LAWS 
Boling, Wallace Barton, Fort Worth 
Brandon, Jack Lee, Fort Worth 
Forrester, Jack, Austin 

McCrum, Everett S., Brownwood 

McLaughlin, John Mark, Snyder 

Spears, Franklin Scott, Austin 

Squibb, John Donald, Jr., Austin 
Turk, Jack, Houston 

JUNIORS 
Abrego, Sara Ann, Houston 

Adams, Harold Glenn, San Angelo 

Adams, Leroy Money, Arlington, Va. 

Adams, Margaret Ann, Midland 

Alexander, James Darwin, Dallas 
Allen, Betty Elaine, Bogata 
Allen, Eugene M., Brady 

Anderegg, Corwin L., Fredericksburg 
Anderson, Kenneth Dayle, Manor 

Anderson, Mary Jane, Hutto 
Andrew, Laura Sue, Dallas 

Arisco, Viola Marie, Port Arthur 

Armsworth, Cynthia, San Antonio 
Arnold, Martha Jane, Houston 

Arrington, Robert E., Sweeny 

Atkin, Richard T., Georgetown 
A very, R. Celeste, Brookshire 

Axline, Shirley R., Clarksville 
Ayres, John D., Navasota 

Babin, Dorothy Louise, Texas City 
Bagelman, Joan, Port Arthur 

Bailey, Jane Miller, Port Arthur 

Bairn, Barbara (Bobby), Pine Bluff, Ark. 
Bain, Roger Downey, Corpus Christi 

Baker, Dorothy Claudelle, San Antonio 

Baker, Ernest T., Jr., San Antonio 

Baker, Esther Melba, Hidalgo 

Bander, Norma Joyce, Longview 

Banfield, Glenn Ivan, Jr., San Angelo 
Bankston, Charles A., Port Arthur 

Banta, Norman Samuel, Beaumont 

Barker, Patricia Sue, Crystal City 

Barnard, William Kenneth, Paris 

Barnett, Billy Lloyd, Boling 

Barr, Elibabeth Louise, Newgulf 
Barshop, Jerry Ronald, Dallas 

Bate, Frank Reginald, San Augustine 
Baten, Wyeth Lee, Turkey 

Bauer, Sydney Moore, Seguin 

Beall, Julia Kathrine, Crockett 
Beall, Peggy Jan, Dallas 

Bean, Alan L., Fort Worth 

Season, Lawrence Lindell, Malvern, Ark. 
Belcher, Bessie Rae, Dickinson 

Bell, Marion Wayne, Midland 

Bell, Robert Austin, Dallas 

Beran, Dorothy, Caldwell 

Berman, Faye, Birmingham, Ala. 

Bernard, Donald Ray, Houston 

Berryman, Frances Eugenia, Houston 
Bezoni, Beverly Jean, Tyler 

Bigham, Jesse Yonge, Jr., Houston 

Bihn, Beverly Elaine, San Antonio 

Billings, Robert Mason, Jr., New Braunfels 
Bintliff, Beverly, Houston 

Birdwell, Leroy, San Antonio 

Bishop, Alice Beatrice, Victoria 
Black, Roy Paul, Baytown 
Balke, Betty, Groesbeck 

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JUNIORS 




Blanchard, Lawrence Phil, Austin 
Blatt, Marilyn C., Dallas 

Bloodgood, Elizabeth Ann, Austin 
Blumentritt, Dolores, Midland 

Boling, La Nelle J., Fort Worth 
Booth, Leon, Baltimore, Md. 

Boriack, J. W., Bellville 

Bothwell, Martin Ehrfried, Harlingen 

Bouligny, Eugene Harold, El Campo 
Box, Jamye Lou, Nixon 

Boyd, James V., Jr., El Paso 

Boyd, Kathryn Frances, Austin 

Boynton, Thomas F., Winters 

Brandenberger, Carolyn Hilda, Mason 
Brandenburg, Ann, Dallas 

Brandt, Julia Beth, San Antonio 
Brassell, Shirley Sue, Carthage 

Bratton, Carolyn Ruth, Del Rio 

Bredlow, Jo Ann Elizabeth, Dallas 
Breedlove, Tom Ed, Alice 

Brelsford, Mary Alice, Nixon 

Bridges, Elsie Jane, Breckenridge 
Brodnax, John Robert, Houston 

Brooks, Ara Virginia, Houston 

Brooks, William C., Amarillo 
Brubaker, Ellen, Austin 

Brownlee, Jean K., Madisonville 
Brumley, Carol Ray, Austin 

Buchanan, John W., Jr., Luling 
Buck, Mildred, Burton 

Buckalew, Rupert E., Jr., Austin 
Bunge, Betty Ruth, Garwood 

Burkhalter, Joanne Earlene, Austin 
Burks, Mary Sue, Austin 

Burnett, Mary Frances, Dumas 
Burns, Ned H., Texarkana 

Burton, Mary Kathryn, Houston 
Busby, Richard E., Silsbee 

Busch, Mary Carol, Kerrville 

Butz, K. T., Jr., Fort Stockton 

Byram, Carrielu Boykin, Austin 
Byrd, Mary V., San Angelo 

Byrnes, Howard Parnell, Jr., Palestine 
Cade, Paul Edward, San Antonio 

Cahill, Wilbur Patrick, San Angelo 
Caldeira, Peggy, Mercedes 

Caldwell, Jo Ann, Enid, Okla. 

Callaway, Sandra Ann, Corpus Christi 

Capps, Sally Kathron, Mason 

Garden, Welden E., Midland 

Castner, Willis Hunt, Midland 
Cecil, Jean, Paris 

Chancellor, J. Camden, Midland 

Chapman, Wm. W., Memphis, Tenn. 

Chaudoin, Joan, Harlingen 

Chilton, Nancy Ann, Port Lavaca 
Choat, Glenda Purcell, Dallas 

Chupick, Mary Frances, Fayetteville 
Clark, Connie E., Amarillo 

Clark, Jack C., Brownwood 

Clark, Kaye Love, Weslaco 

Clarke, Nancy Margaret, Port Arthur 
Clifton, Donald Bedwell, Baytown 
Gloss, Florence Ladell, Calvert 
Cloud, Betty Eileen, Austin 

Cochran, Lament, New York, N. Y. 

krell, John Harrison, Cleburne 
^Coe, William Douglas, Center 
Cohen, Barry L., McAllen 

Cohen, Elliott Z., Houston 

CCohn, William F., Cleveland 
Coleman, V. Elizabeth, Austin 
Collins, Anne, Tyler 
looper, Benny Rex, McLean 

Cornell, Robert King, San Antonio 
Couvillion, Nancy Jane, Orange 

Cox, Albert Harrington, jr., Austin 
Cox, Elton E., Wharton 

Craft, Herbert M., Dallas 

Cralle, Robert Parker, Galveston 

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JUNIORS 




Cranor, Patricia Ann, San Antonio 
Crawford, Adele, Crockett 

Crawford, Nancy H., Huntsvill 




Crews, Betty Lou, Pittsburgh 
Crownover, James D., ' 
Culbertson, Jacqu 

Culver, Carolyn Marvel, Houston 
Cummings, Jack Ed., Hereford 
Curry, Alfred Foy, III, Fort Woit 
Curry, Richard E., Waxaha :i 
Dabney, Patsy Ruth, R o 
Damon, Ann, Ban 1 




irpa 
5 1 , Vernon f 

I. ^ 

sville, Okla. \> J 




Dancy, Bettie M., Orange 

Daniel, F. Shiree, Lufkin 

Daniel, Robert Glenn, Gladwater 

Danziger, Nancy Beth, Corpus Christi 
Davant, Robert M., Shreveport, La. 
Davis, Don Wallace, Dallas 

Davis, Jimmy Artis, Webster 

Davis, Katheryn Louise, Port Arthur 
Davis, Marie K., Itasca 

Davis, Richard Hugh, Waco 
Day, James C., Brookshire 

Dean, Jean Orr, Sweetwater 

Dean, M. Evelyn, Plainview 

Deaver, Dorothy Inge, Memphis 
Denman, Charlotte Rae, Tyler 

Devine, Patricia, San Antonio 

Dewar, Robert Lee Ball, San Antonio 
Dickerson, Jo Ann, Austin 

Dickinson, Philip Blair, Beaumont 
Dietz, Charles W., Fort Worth 

Dillon, Patricia Jane, College Station 
Dilworth, Bonnie Sue, San Antonio 
Dold, Robert B., Poteet 

Dorris, Linda Ray, Dallas 

Downer, Jo-Ann, Stinnett 

Drummond, Malcolm D., Wichita Falls 

Durrenberger, Laura Sue, Georgetown 
Dusek, Ted Henry, Dallas 

Dyke, Peter Martin, Denver, Colo. 
Edes, James Francis, Fort Worth 

Eagle, Charles Thomas, Beaumont 
Earle, Nancy Joan, Houston 

Easley, Virginia Sue, San Antonio 
Eckhoff, Earl LeRoy, Austin 
Edge, Jean Marie, Bryan 

Edmonson, Linda Alford, Beaumont 

Ehlers, Darby Jean, San Benito 

Elbel, Jacques L., New Braunfels 

Ellender, Thomas Joseph, Port Arthur 
Ellis, Paul Sidney, Baytown 

Ellison, Oliver Perkins, Jr., Silsbee 

Enderlin, Florine Ann, Fredericksburg 

Erwin, Patricia Ann, San Benito 

Erwin, Robert Hugh, Aransas Pass 
Estes, John, Waxahachie 

Eubank, Gayle, San Angelo 

Falcon, Raymond Marvin, Fort Worth 
Faulk, Bebe, San Antonio 

Fella, James W., Clemville 

Felsing, William August, Jr., Austin 
Fendley, Harrison D., Corsicana 

Fendley, F. Tarrant, Jr., Houston 

Ferguson, Arthur J., Shreveport, La. 

Ferguson, William Harold, Graham 

Finch, Kenneth P., San Antonio 

Fine, Marcia Sue, St. Joseph, Mo. 
Fitzgerald, Richard A., Dallas 
Flack, Betty Tom, Amarillo 

Flynt, William E., Fort Worth 

Foley, Joeene N., Fort Worth 

Fondren, Billie Jo., Houston 

Fontaine, Martha Ann, Henderson 
Ford, Richard Franklin, Dallas 

Fox, William Hessel, Corpus Christi 
Freling, Richard A., Fort Worth 
Fridrick, Jerry, Dallas 

Frye, Donald W., Alvarado 

Funk, Ernest Jack, El Paso 

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JUNIORS 




Gann, Marilyn, Trinity 

Gardiner, Alice Gazelle, Austin 

Garner, Dorothy Sue, San Antonio 
Gaston, Barbara Jean, Wells 

Gavenda, J. David, Rio Hondo 

Gearner, Aubrey Douglas, Dallas 

Gerber, Thomas Clark, New Braunfels 
Giddens, Leslie W., Jr., Austin 
Giese, Betty Ann, La Grange 
Ciller, Aylene, Dallas 

Gilliam, Wyman Ray, Austin 

Gilmore, Billy O., Henderson 

Gist, James Earl, Carthage 

Glade, Mary Hatcher, Wichita Falls 
Glass, Venis K., Cleburne 

Gleason, Egan Ray, Shreveport, La. 

Gliddon, Martha Ann, Johnson City 
Goad, Montie R., Greenville 

Goldstein, Dolores Helen, Beaumont 
Gonzales, Lucila, Brownsville 

Goodfellow, David McAlister, Dallas 
Gordon, Dixie, Coleman 

Graham, Marilyn B., Galveston 
Granoff, Leah Sylvia, Laredo 

Graves, Marilyn, Houston 

Gray, Betty Lee, Houston 

Gray, Edward Davis, O'Donnell 
Green, Frank L., Kilgore 

Green, Ina Lynch, Baytown 
Green, Mary Lee, Sinton 

Greene, William Donald, Webster 
Greenwood, James L., Navasota 
Gregory, Paul N., Groesbeck 

Gregory, Phillip G., Eldorado 

Grice, James O., San Antonio 

Grieder, Paul M., Wichita Falls 

Griffith, Lena Margaret, Grand Cane, La. 
Guerrera, Jesse, San Antonio 

Guinn, Ronald Miller, Bellaire 

Guszak, Frank James, Corpus Christi 
Haenel, Herman E., Austin 

Hailey, Oliver D., Jr., Borger 

Haley, Marilyn, Beaumont 
Halford, Drew, Rockwall 

Hall, Carol Anne, El Campo 
Hall, Clifford H., Austin 

Hall, Nancy McAfee, Fort Worth 

Hall, Richard Henry, Wichita Falls 

Halliburton, Grover, Orange 

I l.i II ui n. Vernon Aubrey, Fort Worth 
Hallum, Virginia, Brownwood 

Halscll, Robert Charles, Bryan 

Hamm, James R., Texarkana, Ark. 
Hanania, Rose Marie, Houston 

Handorf, E. Richard, Palestine 
Haney, Etta Frances, Pampa 

Hansard, Thomas C., Port Arthur 
Hansen, Fred W., Borger 

Hardin, Grace Ann, Sweetwater 

Hardy, Margie Lynn, Madisonville 

Harmon, Ida Pauline, Italy 

Harrison, John N., Midland 

Hart, Katherine Ann, Austin 

Harvard, H. Lee, Corpus Christi 
Hatch, Sue, Alameda, Calif. 

Hatton, Winfred Ray, Ranger 

avis, Joe Donald, Dublin 

iwkins, Sam W., Kirbyville 
~~aws, Dorothy June, La Feria 

Haynie, Josephine Kathryn, Elgin 
Hearne, Joe H., San Angelo 

Hedgcoxc, Pat Garner, Allen 

Heimer, Archie H., New Braunfels 

emperley, Wilbur E. Kilgore 

Henderson, Ross Kennedy, Jr., Austin 
Hereford, Van Buren, Jr., Navasota 
Herndon, Libby, Houston 

Herod, Silvanus F., Jr., Richland 
Hilburn, Robert R., Plainview 
Hill, Blakely Ann, lago 

PACE 63 



r 




JUNIORS 





Hill, Jerry P., Tyler 

Hinson, Robert, Lcvelland 

Hix, Carole Jean, Gatesville 
Hixson, Tommy Earnes 
Hodges, Lady Clyd: 
Hodges, Marti t 

Hoge, William Roberts, Jr., Pueblo, Cal 
Hoff, Bill B., Austin 

Holcomb, James Myron, Cra i 
Holden, Alys Mae, Mex 
Holland, Billy D., V 

Holle, Walter, Brenham 

Hollister, Jack Hayden, Beaumont 
Hollon, Mary Jo(Jody), Mathis 

Hollowell, Nancy Jean, Houston 

Hollway, Barbara Joan, San Angelo 

Holtzclaw, Marjorie L., Port Arthur 

House, William Clyde, Jr., Comanche 

Howell, John Webb, Bryan 

Hoyt, Thomas J. (Buddy), Fort Worth 
Hruzek, Harry Max, Hallettsville 
Huff, Millicent, Austin 

Hull, Charles Lee, Decatur 

Hunter, Mary Martha, Palestine 

Huntsman, Bob, Austin 

Hutchison, William Thomas, Coleman 
Ives, Peggy Jean, Houston 
Ivey, Frances L., Odessa 

James, Jan Thornton, Amarillo 
Janik, Adolph E., Wharton 

Jaynes, James K., Lodi 
Jeffrey, Vera, Austin 

Jenkins, Johnson Andrew, Melvin 
Jenkins, Nancy Maxine, Rotan 

Johnson, Amy lone, San Antonio 
Johnson, Douglas Ann, Dallas 

Johnson, Helen Sue, Fort Worth 
Jones, Billy Bob, Kilgore 

Jones, H. Grady, Kilgore 

Jones, L. Dean, Stephenville 

Jones, Phyllis Ann, Fort Worth 
Jones, R. Roy, San Antonio 

Jones, Robert Lynn, San Augustine 
Jones, Ronald R., Quanah 
Jones, Zuma L., Austin 
Joplin, Joan, Paris 

Jordan, Dowdell Wylie, Brady 
Jordan, Gene, Dallas 

Kamas, Dan, Bellville 

Kanter, Shirley Elaine, Harlingen 

Karbach, Kathleen Emilie, New Braunfels 
Kay, Sara Jean, Beaumont 

Keeling, Clovis A., Overton 

Kemble, Robert Lloyd, McAllen 

Kerr, Barbara, San Angelo 

Kidwell, James Richard, Corpus Christi 
Kieffer, Paul Mattocks, Longview 
King, Marvin Earl, Houston 

Klein, Rosalie Amelia, Tomball 
Klein, Shirley Jean, Houston 

Knapp, Martha Ann, Weslaco 

Knaus, Ronald Reeves, Freeport 

Knobler, Ivan William, Houston 
Knowles, Gene R., Gilmore 

Kogut, Thelma, Galveston 

Koppell, Betty Lou, Harlingen 

Krenek, Joyce Ann, Taylor 

Kubin, Charles S., Houston 

Kuhn, Sammye Ann, Houston 

Kunkel, George Robert, San Angelo 
LaFour, Tavia Rae, Wallisville 

Lambert, Betty Jean, San Saba 

Lancaster, Olin C., Jr., Dallas 
Lane, Barbara E., Utley 

Langford, Ted L., Del Rio 

Lansford, Mary Joan, Snyder 

Lasseter, Charles Erwin, Velasco 
Latham, Phillip A., Beaumont 
Latham, Swanee, Taylor 



PAOE 64 



JUNIORS 




Lautcrstcin, George I., La Grange 

Lawrence, Barbara J., Fort Worth 
Leard, William V., Gilmer 

Lee, Elisabeth Anne, Wink 

Lee, Vernon A., San Antonio 

Leeah, George Andrew, Gonzales 

Lehman, Diane, Houston 

Lehrer, H. Frederick, Jr., Victoria 

Leohner, Luey C., Selinsgrove, Pa. 
Leonard, George A., Big Spring 
Levy, Marian, San Antonio 

Lewis, June Cidell, Ingleside 

Lewis, Sara Katherine, Midland 
Lippmann, Adele, Texas City 

Lirette, William Lum, Baytown 
Livingston, Penn Van, Austin 

Locklin, Allen C., Corpus Christi 
LoefTler, Norris Dean, Sonora 

Long, Charles R., Big Spring 

Long, Dorothy Pearl, Mineola 
Long, Shirley M., Austin 

Lovett, Jim D., Clarksville 

Lowrey, Janice Marie, Lancaster 

Lozano, Yolanda M., San Benito 

Luckett, Eleanor F., New Braunfels 
Lundgren, Jo Ann, Elgin 

Lyda, Carl Bertrand, Jr., Austin 
Lyles, J. Dow, Bluegrove 

McBee, George Wilson, Eastland 
McBride, Shirley Jean, Tyler 

McBride, Shirley Lea, Austin 

McCollum, Donald Edwin, McAllen 
MrDaniel, Roddy D., Austin 

McDonald, Tommy N., Jonesboro, Ark. 
McDougal, Myrna Loy, Redwater 
McElyea, Robert, Stephenville 

McFaddin, Ida Caldwell, Beaumont 

McKinney, George William, Jr., Kerrville 
McMillen, Lula Margaret, Amarillo 

McNulty, Murphy M., Jr., Baytown 

McPherson, Robert D. (Bob), Pampa 
McVey, Marilyn Ruth, Houston 

Maahs, Thomas Carl, Irving 

Maley, Mary Ann, Houston 

Malone, James Robert, Paris 

Manganiello, Louis Patrick, Jersey City, N. J. 
Marek, Frank J., Fayetteville 

Marino, Genevieve Ann, Houston 

Martinez, Juan P., Penitas 

Mason, Wilma Dean, Longview 

Matthews, O. Jackie, Cleveland 

Maxwell, Sara Phyllis, San Antonio 
Merchant, M. Elizabeth, Austin 

Meredith, William G., Brownsville 

Messmer, Gerry Elaine, Harlingen 
Meyer, Daniel B., Jefferson 

Meyer, Gloria Winifred, Houston 
Miller. Barbara Joan, Wharton 
Miller, James Chris, Dallas 

Miller, John G., Corpus Christi 

Miller, Patsy Ann, LaPryor 

Milligan, William B., Houston 

Mindes, Gloria Elaine, San Antonio 
Mock, Billy Ray, Temple 

Moehle, Velda, Enid, Okla. 

Moffitt, Nancy Ann, McAllen 

Molhusen, George Frederick, Longview 
Montgomery, Hal Edwin, El Campo 
Montgomery, Rex. Avinger 
Moody, Jane, Graham 

Moore, Jo Ann, Austin 

Moore, Martha Virginia, Hunt 

Morgan, Mary, Beaumont 

Morris, Carolyn Jane, Longview 

Morris, Margaret Anne, Wharton 
Mottley, Carol, Dallas 

Mounce, Clyde A., McLean 

Mower, Lowell Kendall, Jr., Houston 
Mozingo, Dorothy L., Redwater 



PACK 65 



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AffyPr% 

Hfii*: i, 




JUNIORS 




Mueller, E. Ray, Hempstead 
Murphy, Sam E., Seymour 

Murray, Bette Jo, Crockett 
Murray, Robert A., Dall; 
Murrell, Barbara Jea n 
Myers, Rex Raj 

Nathan, Neil Newton, Galveston 
Nelson, Carolyn Jane, Olney 
Nettles, Barry D., Baytown 

Neuberger, John William ] 
Nevitt, Richard R., 5 
Newman, Davic 




>klahoma City, Okla 
, La Feria 



rownsville 
i Antonio 
.Ibert, Stephenvil 



Newnam, Katherine Dean, San Antonio 
Nichols, Nancy Ann, Navasota 
Nichols, Sally Ross, Austin 

Nott, Edward Clifford, Jr., Abilene 
Nuhn, Joanne M., Austin 

Nunn, Allen C., Texarkana 

Obelgoner, SaRita, Hallettsville 
O'Dell, Austin A., Jr., Olney 

Oglesbee, John H., San Augustine 

O'Kruhlik, Edith Marie, Moulton 

Olson, O. Julius, Jr., Corpus Christi 
Orr, Anne Carol, Newgulf 

Osborn, Joe, Friona 

Owens, Tom Gardner, Jr., Arlington 
Page, Anna McCay, Austin 

Page, Stafford, Fort Worth 

Painter, Jack M., Corpus Christi 
Pape, Martin D., Victoria 

Pate, Mary Ann, Refugio 

Pa ton, Patricia Agnes, Houston 
Patton, Ronald A., Menard 

Pauling, Fred W., McCamey 

Pavlik, Mary Joyce, LaGrange 
Peace, Lenora, Paris 

Pendleton, Frank Clark, Pecos 

Penshorn, Harvey G., San Antonio 

Peters, Roland Otto, Jr., Sweetwater 
Peterson, Tommy L., Sinton 
Pfeiffer, Bernice, Brenham 

Phelps, Judith Carter, San Antonio 

Phillips, John B., Corpus Christi 
Phy, Paul W., Stamford 

Pipes, William F., San Antonio 
Pitts, Gerald S., Fort Worth 

Poetter, Dianne, Yorktown 

Pollock, James A., Mabank 

Pollock, Joann, Houston 

Prino, Marian Jo., Galveston 
Prouse, Darlene, Austin 

Purcell, Amy, Navasota 

Quinn, Nancy Ellen, Dallas 
Ramos, Sid, Beaumont 

Ramsey, Tommy H., Dallas 

Randall, Louise, Fort Worth 

Rast, Helen Marie, Kilgore 
Ray, Edgar E., Jr., Dallas 

Redd, Elizabeth Ann, Houston 
Reed, Anita Lucille, Dallas 

Reeds, James W., Lubbock 
Reese, Zoe Ann, Waco 

Rehkemper, Leonard James, Dallas 
Reininger, Gail T., La Salle 

Reper, Ronald R., San Antonio 
Revell, Harold Gene, Kemp 

Reynolds, Claude Earl, Bogata 
Rice, Charles V., Galveston 

Richie, George R., Princeton, Ky. 
Richter, John L., Corpus Christi 

Ricks, Donus W., Wichita Falls 

Riley, Fred Whitcomb, Jr., San Antonio 

Riley, W. C., Jr., Hooks 

Riser, Martha Jane, Newgulf 

Riviere, Arthur Bernard, Houston 
Robbins, Betty Joyce, Longview 
Roberts, Frank, San Antonio 

Robertson, Warren, Archer City 
Rochester, O. Jane, Austin 



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Rogers, Carl E., Jr., Corsicana 

Rogers, Nancy Jane, Longview 
Rork, Billy Hubert, Rockport 

Rowe, Yvonne M., San Antonio 

Rowell, James Adrian, Jr., Austin 
Rowland, Peggy Jean, Kilgore 

Royall, Barbara Ann, Washington, D. C. 
Rubcy, Elizabeth Stuart, Houston 
Ruff, Bailey Hill, Dallas 

Rugeley, Joan Dee, Austin 

Russell, Anna Lou, San Antonio 
Sample, Sally, Longview 

Sandefur, Jerry Ray, Mount Pleasant 
Sanders, D. Eleanor, Austin 
Sanguily, Kitty, Houston 

Scamardo, Betty Jean, Hearne 

Schaetzle, Eve Norine, Wichita, Kans. 
Scheffler, Barbara Lynn, Nordheim 

Schlameus, Barren, San Marcos 

Schmidt, Margaret Ann, Yoakum 

Schmidt, Mary Winsett, Amarillo 
Schmidt, Otis Rhea, Texas City 

Schuchert, Barbara Ann, San Antonio 
Schulze, Shirley, Corpus Christi 

Schwartz, Aileen Rita, Houston 

Scott, William Blair, Jr., Houston 
Scurlock, James Marvin, Dallas 

Seeberger, Rudolph Gus, Jr., La Grange 
Sekaly, Walter Marian, Beaumont 
Sharp, Richard Woods, Houston 

Shaw, Charles Van Dyke, Austin 
Shaw, Clyde B., Phillips 

Sheldon, Nancy Ann, Dallas 

Shelton, Clough, III., Dallas 
Sheport, John L., Childress 

Shiels, Robert M., Stephem ille 

Shirley, Michael, Tyler 

Silvers, David Sterling, Houston 
Sims, Nelda Gwynn, Arlington 
Sims, Ruth Lucile, Austin 

Slatten, Judy, Beaumont 

Slattum, Evelyn, Bay City 

Smith, Beverly L'Vonne, Austin 

Smith, Carmen G., Carrizo Springs 
Smith, Eugene L., Orange 
Smith, I ,oi ii.i, Mexia 

Smith, Robert Edward, San Antonio 
Smith, Robert Lee, Kilgore 

Smith, Sawnie Adeline, Edinburg 
Smith, Stephen Drew, Austin 
Smith, Terry, Houston 

Smith, Wanda V., Wichita Falls 

Smothers, Thomas Charles, Victoria 
Smyth, Beth, Houston 

Snavely, Carol, Harlingen 
Snider, Sally, Dallas 

Solether, Nancy Ann, Weslaco 

Spence, Elbert Riddick, Dallas 

Stanford, Betty Carolyn, Livingston 
Starkey, Jimmy, Tyler 

Steinberger, John Clinton, Midland 
Stephen, Ernest Carroll, Sonora 

Stevenson, James C., Aransas Pass 
Steves, Marthella, Bay City 

Stewart, Don Harold, Gilmer 

Stone, Shirley Beth, Corpus Christi 

Surratt, Helen Kay, El Paso 
Sutton, M. Janet, Orange 

Swales, Sharon Louise, San Antonio 

Swaney, Willard R., Jr., Breckenridge 
Swearingen, William Scott, Austin 

Sweatman, Carol Len, Fort Worth 

Sykes, Christa Marie, Galveston 
Tankersley, E. L., Mertzon 

Tapman, Thomas Frank, Rosebud 
Tatsch, Robert E., San Antonio 

Taylor, Charles Edward, El Campo 
Taylor, Martha L., Robert Lee 

Taylor, Robert Franklin, Houston 



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Taylor, Winston Mclvin, Jr., Tyler 
Teneyuque, Socorro, Austin 

Terrell, Barbara Lee, Stephem il 
Thigpen, Ruth, Satin 

Thomas, David H., Scotl 
Thomas, Jeanette 

Thompson, Billy M., Leona 

Thompson, Emory C., Austin 
Thompson, Joanne, Dallas 

Thompson, Mae Frances, A 
Thornberry, S. Gardne 
Thurman, William 




ntic Beach, 
Houston 
H., Fort Worth 



Timberlake, Roland Ashley, Victoria 

Timmerman, Elizabeth Ann, Wharton 
Tracy, Robert Gene, San Antonio 

Trammell, Cathey Sue, Houston 

Travis, Wayne K., San Antonio 

Travland, Terence W., Sweetwater 

Trevino, Andreina B., Harlingen 

Trimble, Billy Gene, Henderson 

Triplett, Peggy Joan, Corpus Christi 

Troutz, Eugene Harry, San Antonio 

Trundle, Sylvia Anne L., Port Arthur 
Turbeville, Jan, Yoakum 

Turner, Mary Jane, San Antonio 
Tutt, E. Kay, Dallas 

Upton, Jake E., Pearsall 

Van Sickle, Donald R., Ontario, Canada 
Vance, John A., Jr., Beaumont 

Vernon, Gladys Joyce, Houston 

Waldron, Robert Earl. Arp 

Walters, Horace L., Houston 
Watson, Marietta C., Tyler 

Weber, Donald Eugene, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Wedin, Richard Alan, Jr., Houston 
Weeks, William Alden, Austin 

Weir, James D., Baytown 

Welder, Alice Louise, Beeville 

Wesner, Carol Jean, Brownwood 

Wheeler, Gwyndolyn E., Dallas 

White, James Phelps, Roswell, N. Mex. 
White, John Thomas, Beaumont 

White, Walter H., Beaumont 

Wier, Elinor Joan, Houston 

Wilkenfeld, Jerome S., Houston 

Wilkinson, David C., Stephenville 

Wilkinson, John Curtis, Wichita Falls 
Williams, Beverly Jane, Tyler 

Williams, Caroline Dean, Birmingham, Ala. 
Williams, Charlotte A., San Marcos 
Williams, Mary Louise, Wharton 

Williams, Robert Oddy, Jr., Beaumont 
Williams, Sydney, Waco 

Williams, Victor R., El Paso 

Williams, Willis Lee,San Angelo 

Wilpitz, Louis Wayne, Jr., Refugio 
Wilson, Everett H., Houston 
Wilson, Joe E., Denison 

Wilson, Miles Davis, Denison 

Winebrener, Edna Joyce, Newgulf 

Winkler, Barbara Caroline, Den Haag, Nederlands 
Wiseman, Frank W., La Feria 

Wiser, William D., Jr., Piano 

Wofford, Barbara, San Antonio 
Wolfrom, R. Stanton, Austin 

Weltering, Marilyn Ethel, San Antonio 

Womack, Richard Orville, Marshall 
Wood, John Brent, Midland 

Wood, Shirley Jane, Tyler 

Wright, Alma Claire, Lufkin 

Wright, Harley Delbert, Wichita Falls 
Yelderman, James Julius, Columbus 
Yeoman, Janie Louise, Rio Hondo 

York, Jane Michaux, Houston 

York, Thomas Oliver, Burnet 
Zax, Robert B., Houston 

Zamrik, Youssef Sam, Damascus, Syria 

Zehnder, Norbert A., Jr., Fort Worth 
Zemaner, Wanelle Merle, Newgulf 
Zobal, Vlasta Louise, Catarina 

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Adkins, James Marshall, 

Akridge, Albert Neal, Troy 
Alcorn, Etoile Margaret, 
Allen, Claude A., 

Allen, G. Claude" 

Allen, Robert'Edward, 




, Ami 



^^ * B 





Ames, Eugene L., Jr., San Antonio 

Anderson, Catherine Jane, Calvert 

Anderson, Hershel Wayne, Temple 

Anderson, Joe White, San Antonio 
Anderson, Roberta, San Antonii 

Appling, Floyd Edward, jf., El 

Armstrong, Richard R., Roswell, N. Mex. 
Ascher, Joan, Jackson, Miss. 

Atkins, Hal W., Jr., San Antonio 

Austin, Rosemary (Speedy), Austin 
Avant, Florrie, Dilley 

Badwey, Dan A., Harli 

Bailey, Daniel Nicholas, Dallas 

Bain, Travis Whitsett, Lubbock 

Bain, William Frank, Shreveport, La. 
Baker, Beverly Revehe, Brownwood 
Baker, Hugh Lee, Crosby 

Baker, Peter A., San Antonio 

Balcom, Barrie Thomas, Dallas 
Baldridge, James W., Pampa 
Bandy, Janette E., Austin 

Barfield, Barbara, New Boston 

Barkley, Virginia M., Houston 
Barnhill, David B., Austin 



Barton, Earlene, Longview 
Barton, Leska Sue, Brady 

Barton, Margaret C., Kermit 

Barton, Marjory Jenetta, Kermit 
Barton, Tom K., Meridian 

Baskin, William Gresham, Austin 

Bates, Elizabeth Ann, Dallas 
Baty, Ben J., Jr., Houston 

Beal, Priscilla Worth, Midland 
Beauchamp, Anne, Seguin 

Bechtel, Robert Warren, Amarillo 
Becker, Laura H., Galveston 



Beggs, Barbara, Houston 
Bell, Betsy, Orange 

Benesch, Thomas Richard, Amarillo 
Bennett, Floyd Edwin, Dawson 
Bennett, Pete D., Austin 

Bertrand, Bonnie, Houston 



Biel, Marilyn, Austin 

Bigelow, Robert Myron, Jr., Bruni 

Bilderback, Virginia R., San Angelo 
Billingsley, Carole Anne, Odessa 

Blackwell, Edwin Hearst, Dallas 
Bland, Asa, Midland 



Blanton, Catherine Carol, Temple 
Bletsch, Doris Rudell, Waco 

Block, Lee Sampson, Del Rio 

Bodie, Merry Davellyn, Snyder 
Boger, Betty Jane, Amarillo 
Bonn, Gretchen, Austin 



Bonser, Joe Wayne, Comanche 
Booth, Rie Charlotte, Taylor 

Booz, Barbara R., Port Arthur 
Borchardt, Alvin L., Vernon 
Borschow, Eddie, El Paso 

Bourdon, Marjorie Janice, Houston 

Bowes, Harrison Nesbit, Highland Park, 111. 
Bowlby, Etta Kathryn, Dallas 
Boyett, Norma Sue, Marlin 

Bradshaw, Sam Charles, Kilgore 

Bramlett, Donald Ray, Baytown 

Brandenberger, Jen-Doell, Mason 

PAOE 70 



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Brantlcy, Harold C., Jr., La Pryor 
Brcazeale, Jimmy Levan, Poteet 
Brill, James Edward, Houston 

Broussard, Vernon James, Port Arthur 
Brown, Prudence, Amarillo 

Browning, Wm. H., Jr., Pensacola, Fla. 

Brumley, Harold W., Austin 

limns. Dorothy Meade, Seguin 
Buck, Elizabeth, Houston 

Buckingham, Robert Bruce, Jacksonville 
Bunge, Marjorie Ann, El Campp 
Burkett, Bobby June, Austin 

Burkhart, Nancye, Archer City 
Burroughs, Jo Anne, Dallas 
Butler, Nell, Austin 

Buzbee, Charles A., Mineral Wells 

Bynum, Mary Elizabeth, Rio Grande City 
Cahoon, John Edward, Jr., Houston 

Cain, Para Lee, Houston 

Caldwell, W. LaNelle, Childress 
Calkins, Carita Joan, Austin 

Callahan, Leona Fae, Bastrop 

Callahan, Leora May, Bastrop 

Gallery, Charles Hylton, Jr., Galveston 



Camp, Barbara Sue, Houston 

Campbell, Herman Robert, Granbury 

Campbell, Jere Johnson, Fort Worth 
Campbell, Rue, Dallas 

Capps, Charlene, Brownwood 

Carlton, John David, Borger 



Carrothers, Caroline Lee, Edinburg 
Carter, Jack L., Edinburg 

Carter, James Fletcher, Childress 
Carter, M. Carolyn, Dallas 

Carter, Margaret R., Edinburg 

Chalmers, Thomas C., Jr., Bastrop 

Chapman, Charles Coopwood, Jr., Lockhart 
Chapman, Johanna Rea, Cisco 

Chupik, Patricia Jeannette, Temple 
Clark, Shirley Randall, Houston 

Clayton, Philip Morgan, Fort Worth 
Cline, John Victor, Bellaire 

Cobb, Jan Maurice, Beaumont 

Cochran, John Devin, Bonham 
Cody, V. Frank, Texarkana 

Cohen, Sylvia Lynn, Lexington, Miss. 
Collette, Ann, Houston 

Colwick, Harold Douglas, Dickinson 



Cook, Harlan C., Jr., Lub 
Copeland, Jerald Dion, 

^nbleth, Sara Jabet, allas 
ovington, 

Cowan, D/fauTOOuglas, Dallas 
CovrfMTVenita Rae, Pampa 



Paul ( 

(jramer.Klarjorie Ann, Midland 
Crpss, Kay, Denton 

Grossman, Ronald Charles, Dallas 
Crow, Norma Jean, San Antonio 



CulWh, Selbia Chalke, Dallas 
'Cummins, Ben Milton, Taft 

Cunninghan, John Francis, Endicott, N. Y. 
Cunnjigham, Kirby, Sinton 

ptbirth, Sandra Ann, Houston 

Daggett, Mary Adele, Naturita, Colo. 



Daily, Dorothy Jo, Si^ykiton 
i L., Luling 
/Mary, Beaumont 
arrah, Margie, Fort Worth 
Daugherty, Jerry, Kilgore 

Davenport, Shirley, Abilene 

PACE 71 





SOPHOMORES 



^ 




Davics, Tom E., Houston 
Davis, Ann, Sherman 

Davis, Annazell Elizabeth, 
Davis, Charles E., II, 
Davis, Ernst Mich 




Davis, James Burton, Winters 



Day, Howard, Dallas 

Dear, Wayne Englehardt, Austin 

Decherd, Milton Edmund, Jr., Taft 
Dennis, Norma Sue, Gilmer 
Derrick, Delores, Austin 

Dew, Dana, Brownsville 



Dimmick, Deralee Ann, San Antonio 

Doctor-man, William Owen, Texarkana 
Doty, Robert Dupre, Houston 
Dougherty, Peggy A., Dallas 
Dovalina, David, Laredo 
Drisdale, Sally Ann, 



Drummond, Donald Ryan, Midland 

Dumas, Genevieve Louise, San Antonio 
Dunlap, Margaret Ann, Dallas 

Dunnam, Mary Ann, Fostoria 
Durbin, Jimmy C., Kilgore 

Durio, John, San Antonio 

Durso, Sam Martin, Port Arthur 

Early, Thomas Randolph, Stinnett 

Easlcy, Henry Neil, McComb, Miss. 
Eddins, Doris Ethyl, Dallas 
Efron, Jack, San Antonio 

Ehman, Judith, Houston 

Eisen, Harold Marvin, Beaumont 
Elliott, Alethea Lou, Temple 

Elliston, Lura Duff, Fort Worth 
Emerine, Sally Anne, Victoria 
Ericson, Joe Anne, Orange 

Evans, Lynn Thomas, Jasper 



Fabricant, Sybil, Denver, Colo. 
Fadal, A. Christine, Waco 

Fairchild, Mary Haley, San Antonio 
Farmer, Ruble Paul, Jr., Terrell 
Farrington, Susan, Wimberly 

Fehlis, Kenneth Lamar, Ottine 



Ferguson, Carolelyn, McAllen 

Ferguson, David Scott, McAllen 
Ferguson, Janet, Cisco 

Ferguson, Julia Ann, Nacogdoches 
Ferrell, Robert Warren, Bellaire 
Finkelstein, Louise Dean, 

Hutchinson, Kans. 



Fischer George E., San Antonio 
Flesh, Lois Ann, Jefferson 
Floyd, Marline, Naples 

Fly, Patricia Ann, Crystal City 

Foerster, Paul Adolph, Sutherland Springs 
Foster, William E., Jr., Fort Worth 



Foust, Margaret, Austin 

Fowler, Robert Penn, Austin 
Frazier, J. Brooks, Freer 

Froebel, Charles, Brenham 
Frost, Paula Beth, Tyler 

Fryman, John E., Dallas 

Fullerton, Sue Ann, Taylor 
Fulton, Joe R., Luling 

Funkhouser, James Hammond, Abilene 
Furman, Anne B., Corpus Christi 
Gaedke, Glynda Jo, Lampasas 

Gaines, John Reyburn, Jr., Austin 

Galbraith, Julia Elizabeth, Abilene 

Gardiner, Barbara Carolynn, Bellaire 
Garland, Ann, Eagle Pass 

Garland, Terry Donald, Denison 

Garrard, Frances Louie, Beaumont 

Garrett, Elizabeth Doiron, Port Arthur 

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Garrison, Jean, Uvalde 

Gasow, John P., Orange 

Gates, M. Carolyn, Houston 
Gates, Peggy, Thompsons 

Gay, John Edward, George West 
Gibboney, Richard B., Austih 

Gilbreath, Charles, San Antonio 

Gilchrist, William Edward, Houston 
Giles, Richard C., Austin 

Gillett, Nancy Jean, Fort Worth 

Gilmore, Curtis Joseph, Denver, Colo. 
Gilmore, Jerry C., Dallas 

Gilmore, Marquis Reed, Midland 
Gingrich, Sandra Kay, Seguin 
Glazbrook, Nick, Alice 

Glazer, Morton A., Fort Worth 

Gochman, Phyllis Vivian, San Antonio 
Goebel, Patricia, San Antonio 

Gocman, Susie, Dallas 

Golden, Norene Harriet, Corsicana 

Goldsmith, Beverly Brooks, Austin 

Goodfriend, Barry H., Corpus Christi 
Gott, Helen Frances, Brownsville 
Grant, Jimmy H., Kilgore 

Graves, Frank Lee, Eagle Lake 

Greathouse, Linda Hale, Fort Worth 
Greene, Carole Janet, Dallas 
Grenader, Pearl, Houston 

Greer, Robert G., Houston 

Griest Wilbur Herbert, Jr., 

Pasadena, Cal'f. 

Grimes, Carol A., Austin 

Grogan, Patricia Ann, Conroe 

Groner, Hinda Lois, Baytown 

Guenther, Jack E., San Antonio 
Guinn, Patricia Ann, Dallas 

Gullette Katherine D., Austin 



Gunter, Charlotte, Aransas Pass 

Guthrie, Aubrey Elton, Floydada 
Guttman, Walter, Jr., Austin 

Guyer, Kenneth Eugene, Jr., Panhandle 
Hagood, Ralph Edward, Texas City 
Hall, Helen Bernice, Lufkin 



Hamilton, Oscar Carl, Jr., San Benito 
Hand, George W., Wichita Falls 

Hannon, Marianne, Fort Worth 
Hardy, Joan Lynette, Austin 

Hare, Charles Elliott, Austin 

Harlan, Ronald Coffman, Littleneld 



Hassell, Paul Edward, Denison 
Hay, Wayne M., Hearne 

Haynes, James Don, OdesVa 
Head, Sharon Yvonn\, B 
nen, Nancy 
Hemphill, 



n 
Jon^Houston 

Clayton, San Angelo 



Herbst, Tho 
Herrerf, 
Hi 



/Jasper 



fmaijn, Paul Johiyjr., El jampo 
ss, Joe H.7Groom 

Heusinger, Anna Louise, San Antonio 
lewell, Harry Pat, Nixon 



Hiett, Claire, D/llas 

Hill, N. Lbuise, McGrgor 

HLH, Robert Lou it San Antonio 

Hillman, Barbara Braden, Austin 
Hilton, rfrank T., Galveston 

Hinie, Patricia Ann, San Antonio 



lll.irt.ik. \ nmnia Lois, BaytoV 
Hoff, Charles G., Jr., Col 

Hoffman, Sue Marg\pk, San Antonio 
lartha Sue, Tyler 
3, Johnnie B., Dumas 
iolland, Sidney M., Jr., Childress 



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Hollis, Patricia Ann, Henderson 

Hopkins, Martha Anne, Pamp 
Hoppe, Gloria F., Austin 
Horkan, Patricia An 
Holly, Clinton L., 

Hovcy, Lester Eugene, LaPort 

Howell, Douglas W., Jr., Bryan 
Howell, Sidney, Bryan 

Howell, Tommy Forrest, Anson 
Hoy, Robert H., El Paso 

Huffman, Robert James, Dallas/ 

Hughes, Charles Louis, Atlanta 

Hull, James Willis, Fort Worth 

Hull, Molly Davenport, Decatur 
Hulse, Macie Anne, El Paso 

Hunt, Barbara Ann, Garland 
Hunter, Gilpin, Dallas 

Hutson, Alice Ann, Nac 

Ingerson, Mary Zoe, Granbury 
Inglish, Mary Jane, Dallas 

Isett, Philip Edward, Brownwood 
Jackson, James Forbes, Laredo 

Jackson, Martha R., Brownsville 

Jacobs, Gloria Virginia, Freeport 

Jeffrey, Gaines C., McMahan 

Johanson, Van Diane, Brady 

Johnson, Claire, Corpus Christi 

Johnson, Ruby Ruth, Gonzales 
Johnson, Sue, Midland 

Jones, Eleanor, Eagle Lake 

Jones, Wilton I., Kilgore 

Kahn, Sandra Jeanne, Cairo, 111. 

Keahey, James Howard, Dallas 
Keller, Henry, Fort Worth 

Keller, Robert M., El Paso 

Kelley, Kathleen, San Antonio 

Kemp, Kenneth Bryant, Jr., LaMarque 
Key, Jane Elizabeth, Dallas 

Kilpatrick, Johanna, Fort Worth 

Klascl, Daniel Edward, East Bernard 
Klein, Stuart S., McAllen 

Klotz, Diana, Henderson 

Knaggs, John Ryan, Cotulla 

Kongabel, Carolyn Ruth, Houston 
Kornfeld, Julian, Lubbock 

Kress, Irene F., Cleveland, Ohio 
Krummenacher, Bruce, Dallas 

Kubala, Mark J., East Bernard 

Kyle, Maxine Lucia, Houston 
Lacy, Jack R., Henderson 

Langford, Bill Curtis, Graham 

Langford, James Monroe, El Paso 
Lanier, Rowena, Austin 

Laughlin, Thomas E., Jr., Baytown 

Lawhon, Vivian Pauline, Marfa 
Lee, Harry H., Beaumont 

LeFlore, Barbara Ann, San Antonio 
Leonard, Billy G., Washington 

Leonard, Kay Suzanne, Fort Collins, Colo. 
Levander, Ted, Austin 

Linden, Richard, Austin 

Lipnick, Elton Stanley, Galveston 
Little, Betty Jane, Houston 

Little, Richard Francis, Dallas 
Lively, Shirley Ann, Dallas 

Long, Gale McBryde, Birmingham, Ala. 

Loth, Helmut Martin, San Antonio 

Lovejoy, Mary, Des Moines, Iowa 
Lowry, John T., Laredo 

Lowther, David, San Antonio 

Luetge, Arnold Earl, Houston 

Lunz, Patricia Louise, Hebbronville 

Lutz, Lanelle Ruth, San Antonio 
Lynn, Shirley Elaine, Waco 

Lyon, Joan Elizabeth, Dallas 

McCabe, Beverly Jo, Victoria 

McConn, Thomas P., Houston 
McCullough, Howell, Waco 

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McCullough, Jean, Bryan 

MrDaniel, Clinton, Big Spring 

McDavid, Donald George, Houston 
McDonald, John R., Houston 

McGee, Carol Emily, Waxahachie 
McGee, Mary Ruth, Fort Worth 

McGehee, Richard Vernon, Abilene 
McGinn, Patricia Eloise, Houston 

McGough, Lorna Elaine, Devine 
McGraw, Joe Henry, Jasper 

McKinney, Buford D., Jr., Lawn 
McKnight, Ann, Beaumont 

McLemore, J. Wendell, Baytown 
McLeod, Julia Ann, Bastrop 
McWhorter, Cleo, Taylor 
Maddux, James, Kyle 

Maedgen, Lanny Joe, Ballinger 

Magruder, Alice Jean, Victoria 

Malki, Sabri, Damascus, Syria 
Marley, Marian, Austin 

Marosko, Frances Marie, Coupland 
Marr, William Lewis, Galveston 
Martin, Bethann, Rockwall 

Martinez, Antonio S., Raymondville 

Mason, Anne Marie, Mexia 
Massey, Martha, Dallas 

Massey, Nancy Jayne, Childress 
Mathews, Cecil, Fort Worth 

Mathews, Walter H., Dalhart 

Matise, David Thomas, Port Arthur 

Matney, Vaughn Dean, Lipan 
Matzke, Anna, Houston 

Maultsby, Billie R., San Saba 

Maverick, Jamie, San Antonio 
Maxwell, Jane Gay, Houston 

Mayfield, Sandra Lou, Waco 

Mays, Jo Ann, Dallas 

Mays, Marilyn, San Antonio 
Meeks, Jerry, Moore 

Melburn, Felicia, Georgetown 
Mensch, Walter H., Dallas 

Merrill, Charles M., Dallas 

Metzger, Emma Belle, Brownsville 
Michelson, Samylu, Gonzales 
Michie, Jarvis D., Childress 

Miller, Kennard Dwain, Wharton 
Mil!i.. i n. Carol Jean, Bend 

Mills, Norma Lee, San Antonio 

Mitchejl, Jerry Jo, Wills Point 

Mitchell, Morgan Head, Greenville, S. C. 
Moffitt, Jerry Frank, Dallas 

Moline, Tola Jean, Wichita Falls 
Molpus, ^Or^^nn, Austin 

Moor\, DVothy Glenn, McAllen 



Moore, Jan/fWWiita Falls 

Moorf , John/G. Jay, Perryj 
loorft. Ijfancy Jeane] 
e, Richan 
forgan, Afin, 
,C V-^X- Kfoi 



>ay City 
lliam, Cisco 
>rt Worth 
n.Vfackie Ann, Roscoe 



orpus Christ! 
Aa Gayle, Dallas 
, Bette Loise, Buna 
r, Rudy R., San Antonio 
[ugford, Myrna Cornell, Houston 

Mullens, Marshall William, Arlington 

Mullijis', Priscilla A., AWrillo 

lurphy, Maxine.Vort Worth 
Nass, Harry A., San Antonio 

Nau, Ernest V., La Marque 
Nayfcir, Alfred, Amarillo 
Vale, Sallie, Dallas 

Reason, Joann, Huntsvill 

. . _' foe, Jr., Amarillo 
NellonlDrfn T., Dimmitt 

erry, Carole, Austin 
e, Don, Brownfield 
jNoblc, Mark C., San Antonio 



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Noble, Maxine Knight, San Antonii 
Norman, Vivian Pauline, Rio HI 
Nowlin, Jay Clark, Fort Wi 
Nutt, Georgia N., Dallls 

Nutt, M. E., Wichift Falls 

O'Brien, Nancy Ann, Dallas 

Odiorne, Jackie R., Johnson City 
Oliver, Eavia Marie, Belton 

Oliver, Robert, San Antonio 

Olson, Cordelia, Pasadena, Calif. 
Orr, James Carley, Austin 

Orr, Margaret Ann, Bertrg 

Orr, William Reed, Littlefield 

Otey, Charles R., Eudora, Ark. 

Owen, Kathleen Jeanette, Fort Worth 
Palmer, Lola Kay, Baytown 

Parker, Robert F., Jr., Talco 
Parks, Martha Jean, Ho 

Patterson, Nancy Sue, Dallas 

Peevey, June Elizabeth, Houston 

Pellerin, Wallace Lionel, Galveston 
Penney, W. Diane, Houston 

Perrigo, James B., San Antonio 
Perry, George Anne, Austin 

Peters, Marshall Bookman, Bryan 

Peterson, Alice Ceilia, Salt Lake City, Utah 
Pfeiffey, Jesse A., Jr., San Antonio 

Phair, Bradley Clyde, Jr., Houston 
Phillips, Pozelle, Austin 

Pierce, Pauline F., Dallas 

Plummer, Leonard Brodnax, Jr., Austin 
Pollock, Jean Ray, San Antonio 
Porter, Gloria Dell, Lometa 

Preiss, Elwood J., New Braunfels 
Presson, Mary Juan, Dallas 

Prinzing, Glen Sam, Bay City 

Pruitt, Angelia D., Kildaire 
Pugh, Nina Eleanor, I ago 

Purvine, Beverly Ann, Fort Worth 

Quillian, Gwendolyn Geneva, Waco 
Rachal, Margaret, Fort Stockton 
Rafshoon, Gerald M., Austin 

Ragsdale, Sue, Dallas 

Rainey, John Crews, Dallas 

Range, Robert Louis, Corpus Christi 
Ransom, Jack M., San Angelo 

Rasmussen, Robert Adrian, Kerrville 
Rattikin, William J., Fort Worth 

Rau, Charles W., Palestine 
Ray, Bobby C., Waskom 

Ray, Lucille M., Galveston 

Rayzor, Newton, Houston 
Reagan, Ruth, Houston 

Reaves, James F., Mt. Pleasant 

Reeves, L. Elaine, Dallas 

Reigle, Harold Theodore, Fort Worth 

Remschel, Frances Katherine, Kerrville 
Renfrew, Carolyn Louise, Houston 
Riemann, Grace Sue, Brownsville 
Riggins, Robert Ralph, El Paso 

Rigney, Jane Tatum, Birmingham, Ala. 
Roberts, Bennet J., Jr., Houston 
Roberts, Jerry H., Beaumont 

Roberts, John Herbert, Dallas 
Robison, Jim, Houston 

Robson, Mary Lucy, La Grange 

Roddy, Martha Jeanne, Realitos 
Roebuck, Noel F., Austin 

Rogers, James F., Jonesboro, Ark. 
Rogers, Jimmy, Weslaco 

Rogers, Kendal True, Asherton 
Rose, Cecile, Wills Point 

Rosmarin, Larru M., Houston 

Ross, William Hugh, Arlington 

Rowland, Peggy Lee, Tulsa, Okla. 
Russell, Tommie Lou, Gatesville 
Rux, Videlle, Dallas 

Rydberg, Joyce Elaine, Austin 

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Sachs, Joanne, Greenville, Miss. 
Sachs, Suzanne, Waco 

Saied, Fred Allen, Wellington 

Salley, M. Grace, Shrcveport, La. 
Sanborn, Sue Anne, McAllen 

Sadel, Wilma Agnes, Beeville 

Sanderford, Margaret Lea, Houston 

Sanders, Elic Garland, Jr., Amarillo 
Sanders, Jan, Pampa 

Sanford, Sandy, Orange 

Sansing, joy Tynelle, Spearman 
Sansing, Nell Beth, Higgins 

Schafer, Helen, Houston 

Scheig, Edward Earle, San Antonio 
Scherz, Albert David, Houston 

Schulte, Frank C., Fort Worth 
Schultz, Mary, Houston 

Schwab, Robert Rudolph, Beaumont 

Schwartz, Diane, Schulenburg 

Schwarzbach, Robert T., El Paso 
Scott, James C., Fort Worth 

Scott, Mary Jane, Coleman 
Sealy, Myrtis, Bishop 

Seeley, Pat, Baytown 

Sellers, Eleanor, Abilene 

Sellers, Laura, Port Arthur 

Shaddock, Joe Ed., Wichita Falls 
Shafer, Joyce Elliott, Mertzon 

Shannon, Bob Eric, Brownwood 

Shapiro, Clifford Jay, Houston 

Sheldon, Barbara Ann, Houston 

Shell, June Knight, Wichita Falls 

Shepherd, Richard Earl, Bellaire 
Shields, Nancy K., Roscoe 

Shocket, Marjorie Ann, Little Rock, Ark. 
Sickles, William S., Dallas 

Silvus, Robert Frederick, Austin 

Simmons, Barbara Jean, San Antonio 

Simmons, Craig Barrow, Memphis, Tenn. 
Singer, Sidney Griffin, Dallas 

Singleton, Samuel F., Jr., O'Donnell 

Sirven, Gustavo A., Camaguey, Cuba 

Skapple, Rodney Dean, Amarillo 
Skelton, James E., Linden 

Skiles, Nancy Marie, Dallas 

Smith, Barbara Jane, Crockett 
Smith, Edgar Lee, Dallas 

Smith, Joe Ed., Beaumont 

Smith, Larry Glenn, Austin 

Smith, Marilyn V., Austin 

Smith, Mary Kathryn, Mission 
Smith, Ruth, Childress 

Smith, Tkjmas Day, Winters 

Sparkn\an\Claude Darrell, San Antonio 



Speaker, UGc 
Springer, 
FSqui 



e, Austin 

arles C., Ho 

Duke Edw 

ires, Robe 

Stanto 




'., Tyler 

icy Bernice, Corpus Christi 
rothy, Austin 



ancy Arjne, College Station 
hson, Scottie Gaylc, Austin 

iiian, Jacob H., San Antonio 
Stobuugh, John Perry, Weatherford 
\ Stout, Jack Ben, Baytown 
\ Strieber, Leslie John, San Antonio 




nyder 

et Sue, Clarksville 

n, J. S., Jr., Austin 

ico, Grazia A., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Taylor, Betty Jo, Dallas 

Taylor, Blanche Lavon, Sonora 



om, Hubert H., 

Sunkel, Marg 

Swearini 

Tal 



r, Byna, Hou 

" irley Ann, Slaton 
er/Ed L., Bryan 

Thomas, Mary Ann, Madisonville 

Thomason, Helen Louise, Wichita Falls 
Thompson, Betty Ann, Borger 

PACE 77 



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SOPHOMORES 





Thompson, Richard Dean, Austin 
Thompson, Thomas Van, Fort 
Thomson, Richard Joseph, 
Thornton, Dorothy Lo 
Timpson, Helen Lo 
Tobin, Caroly 

Tompkins, Barbara Joan, Athens 
Toole, Joel David, Palestine 

Torres, Arturo D., McAllen 

Traeger, Amalie, Gonzales 

Trantham, Almarie, San Antonio 
Trigg, Sue, Lockhart 

Tucker, Sally E., Nacogdoches 
Tupin, Joe Paul, Comanche 

Tyson, Dianne, Fort Worth 

Vance, Carol Stoner, Houston 
Varnell, Janice, Fort Worth 

Vogel, Freda Lee, Dallas > 

Vratis, Christine, Beaumont ^ . f**J 

Vuillemin, Louis, Waco 

Waddell, Wanda Jean, Waco 
Wade, W. Blake, Jr., Waco 

Walker, Nancy Jo, Austin 
Wallace, Tom, Beaumont 

Walton, Damon, Tyler 

Warren, Brack, Jr., Corpus Christ! 
Warren, Elinor D., Freeport 

Warren, Patricia Ann, Edinburg 
Waters, Barbara, Winnsboro 
Watkins, Don E., Rosebud 

Watkins, Eddie, San Antonio 

Watson, William Edward, Austin 
Webb, Richard Clark, Houston 

Weed, William Franklin, Jr., Beaumont 
Weiss, Sondra Ann, Wichita Falls 
Weksler, Lois Ann, Arnarillo 

Wells, Barbara Alice, Wellington 

Wells, Kenneth Frank, Palestine 
Wentz, George L., Uvalde 

Westbrook, Alice Mae, Hearne 
Westling, Eddie H., Austin 

Wheeler, Jackie, Fort Worth 



White, Beverly Ann, Blackwell, Okla. 
White, Bob Jon, Dallas 

White, Cecil (Gene), South Houston 
White, Robert Lewis, Texas City 

Whitecotton, Charlie, Bloomburg 

Williams, Ann Qualtrough, Galveston 

Williams, Dave Harrell, Austin 
Williams, Geneva, Austin 

Williams, Grace Denny, Galveston 

Williams, Marian Arnold, Galveston 

Williamson, Claude Finley, Henderson 
Willingham, Mary Lynn, San Antonio 

Wingo, William J., Dallas 

Witcher, Mary Jane, Childress 

Wood, Betty Kathryn, San Augustine 
Wood, Sam M., Jr., Navasota 

Woodland, R. Joyce, Port Lavaca 
Woodman, George Merrill, Dallas 

Wright, Jack R., Midland 
Wynn, Jean, Austin 

Wynne, Charlotte Frances, Wills Point 
Wynne, Lois Virginia, San Antonio 
Yankie, Sue, Silsbee 
Yates, I. Ruth, Laredo 

Young, Gary, Port Arthur 
Young, Joan, Houston 

Young, Jo Ann, Groves 

Young, Suzanne, Midland 

Youngblood, Patricia, Bishop 
Zak, Evelyn, Taylor 

Zoblotsky, Rachel Ann, Picher, Okla. 
Zuben, Harry A., Houston 
Zuehl, lola Ann, Seguin 

Zweig, Harold, San Antonio 

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FRESHMEN 




Abell, Billy, Vernon 

Adam, Wayne, Houston 

Adamo, Michael Charles, III, Hous 
Adkins, Allan Britt, Amarillo 
Adkins, W. Gaston, Dallas 
Aerl, Rose Mae. Waco 




M 



Akin, Bob, Austin 

Akin, Elizabeth Sears, Houston 
Allen, Delia Diane, Houston 
Allen, Edith G., Calvert 

Allen, Ronald Manaud, 
Allen, Thomas SC 

Anderson, Larry Wayne, Austin 

Anderson, Patsy A., Texas City 

Andrews, Barbara Joan, High Isl 

Anoil, Elaine Elizabeth, SanjiK>nio 

Archer, Wayne Burton, Kerrville 

Arick, Ann Elaine, Midland 

Arledge, Ann, Crockett 

Arnold, Norma Jean, Houston 
Aronson, Irma, Dallas 

Atkins, Courtenay R., San Antonio 
Atkins, Laura Louann, Austin 
Atkinson, Ann, Austin 

Atkinson, Norma, Abilene 

Ashford, Suzanne, Austin 

Avera, Dorothy Elaine, Katy 
Aycock, Joe Keith, Menard 

Bailey, Elizabeth Ann, Refugio 

Bailey, John Alan, Gainesville 

Bailey, Kathryn Odean, Richardson 
Bailey, Malcolm, Dallas 

Bain, Henry C., San Antonio 
Baird, Bonnie B., Houston 

Baker, Frank K., Fort Stockton 
Baker, Harriet Kay, Dallas 

Baker, Mary Ann, Austin 

Baker, Patricia Sue, Nederland 
Ball, Billy D., Jacksonville 
Barber, Cecilia, Beeville 

Barnes, Barbara Ann, Bellaire 
Bashara, Nancy Ann, Austin 

Bates, John Thomas, Dallas 

Baugh, Carolyn Jane, San Antonio 
Bauknight, Carol, Ganado 

Bayless, Shirley Ann, Notrees 
Beaird, Betty Joe, Houston 
Beakley, Sue, Freeport 

Beall, Emily, Crockett 

Beall, Kenneth Franklin, Thomasville, Ga. 
Bearden, Sonnie Lee, Waskom 

Beilke, Sally Yvonne, Rochester, Minn. 
Bell, Eugene C., Houston 

Benedict, Barbara Ann, Texas City 

Bengston, Rosie Marie, Rosenberg 

Bennett, Raymond Ayers, Amarillo 
Benson, Lila Mae, Junction 

Bercu, Beverly Renee, Dallas 
Bernard, Betty Jo, Houston 

Berry, Robert Jewell, Austin 

Berwald, Mona Louise, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Besselman, Joan, Houston 

Bexley, James B., Temple 

Billingsley, Bob, Hermleigh 
Black, Dan, Midland 

Blackmar, Guy Elliot, Luling 

Blanchard, Mary Katherine, Austin 

Blankenship, Wesley F., San Antonio 
Bollman, Franklin D., Clarksville 
Bompart, Bill Earl, Dallas 

Bonds, William Vandiver, Little Rock, Ark. 
Boone, Lester Carl, Jr., Odessa 

Booth, Daniel Miller, Mexico City, D. F. 
Booziotis, Billy C., Dallas 

Bordwell, Barbara Brooks, Houston 

Borod, Emilie Anne, Memphis, Tenn. 
Bousquet, Thomas G., Houston 

Boyd, Emily Simmons, Houston 

PACE 80 



FRESHMEN 



Boyd, Margaret Lee, Uvalde 

Bradford, David D., San Antonio 
Brannin, Dan, Dallas 

Brasfield, Jorita, Austin 

Breeding, Scth Darnaby, Austin 

Bristol, Virginia Ann, Lampasas 

Britton, Earle V'., Dallas 

Brouse, Martha Ann, Houston 
Brown, Carolyn Ann, Austin 

Brown, Joseph Dennis, Austin 

Browning, Carrolyn lone, Houston 
Bruck, Sybil, Austin 

Brusenhan, Harry H., San Antonio 

Buchman, Madalync Gladys, Mobile, Ala. 
Buckley, Eileen Eethel, Houston 
Burchard, Bill, Gonzales 

Burgen, Carl Gebhard, Dallas 
Burleson, Jim, Dallas 

Burum, Sylvia Elaine, Houston 

Cable, Olin Ray, Jr., Beaumont 

Callaway, Wesley M., Jr., Beaumont 
Campbell, William R., Pampa 

Carnes, Sharon Gene, Fort Worth 
Carolan, Bettye Joanne, Waco 

Carrasco, Lisimaco Henk, Ecuador, S.A. 
Carruth, Lloyd Brent, Pampa 

Garten, Thomas Larry, Fort Worth 

Carter, Boyd Eugene, Jr., Palestine 
Carter, Carolyn, San Antonio 

Casey, Constance Jean, San Benito 

Castleberry, Mary Lean, Longview 
Cathey, Kay, Abilene 

Caton, Mary Kay, McAllen 

Chambers, Leonard Alvin, Yates Center, Kans. 
Chodorow, Greta Lynn, Waco 

Cisneros, Bebe Irene, Raymondville 

Clark, Sue, Dallas 

Clark, Ted, Alvin 

Clein, Shirley Ann, Atlanta, Ga. 
Cline, Max Ray, Abilene 

Clinkscales, Paul A., San Antonio 
Cloud, Joan, Beaumont 

Coffin, Gloria Faith, Dallas 

Coffin, Shirley Ann, Dallas 
Cohen, Shirley, Dallas 

Colbury, Gay, Houston 

Cole, Robert C., Austin 

Coleman, Pat, Corpus Christi 

Collins, Janet Ruth, San Antonio 

Collins, Lucien H., San Antonio 
Conger, Roger L., Waco 

Cook, Beverly Jean, Abilene 

Cooke, William Payton, Jr., Amarillo 
Cooper, Marcia Beth, Dallas 

Cooper, Mary Dee, Houston 

Cooper, Nancy Gail, Midland 
Cooper, Vina Bell, Austin 

Copeland, Joanne, Winnsboro 
Corrotto, Eloise Ann, Dallas 

Coulbourn, Samuel William, Port Arthur 

Couljj r, Ash ton Baker, Houston 

'tney, Willie Laura, Austin 
x, David Michael, Houston 
Cox, J. E., Stamford 

Cox, Ted Donald, San Antonio 
Grain, Lois Kingsley, Austin 

Frank Edward, Port Arthur 
hfield, Lillie, Galveston 
rofts, Dan W., Jacksonville 
Cromwell, Todd P., Houston 

Cronin, John Bertran, Palestine 
Crowther, Sam, San Angelo 

Katherine, Houston 
", Ellsworth James, II, Canyon 
undiff, Emily Ann, Centerville 
Cunningham, Jane, New Caney 

Cutbirth, William Murray, Big Lake 
Dabanlis, Catherine, Galveston 



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FRESHMEN 




Dahlin, Roland E., Dallas 

Daily, Richard L., Big Lake 

Danford, Roy, Jr., Corpus Christi 
Davis, Doris, Memphis, Tenn. 
Davis, Nancy Jane, Freeport 

Davis, Patricia Ann, Austin^ 




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Davis, Ronnie L., Dallas 
Deal, Elise, Amarillo 

DeLeon, Dora Lucia, McAllen 

Derrick, William James, El Paso 

Dethloff, Henry Clay, Natchilochei, La.j 
Deyo, Sydney Yvonne, JTrowflsville / 

Diamond, Barbara, Houston 

Dickey, Patricia M., Corpus Christi 
Dickson, Dixie Ann, San Antonio 

Dickson, Henry Austin, Houston 

Dickson, Richard Lee, San Antonio 
Dodge, Nancy Mary, Albany 

Dodson, Ted R., Dallas 

Doncaster, Malcolm Lawrence, Houston 
Doss, Travis E., Millsap 

Douglas, Anne Carolyn, Fort Worth 
Dowdy, James R., McKinney 

Draughon, Guy E., Fort Worth 

Dunstan, Marilee, Orange 
Dupuy, Kay, Texas City 

Dyer, Elden Royce, Lamesa 

Eaton, Wentworth Guy, Dayton 
Echols, Frances Anne, Rush 

Eckols, Bobby Gene, Gonzales 

Edwards, Tom R., Knox City 

Eisemann, Mary Jo, San Antonio 
Ellis, Austin S., Alice 

Ellis, Billy C., Palestine 

Ellis, Charles William, Port Arthur 
Elrod, Jane, Odessa 

Engelhardt, Shirley, Corpus Christi 
English, Geraldine, Grand Prairie 

Etchison, Barbara Kathryn, Houston 
Evans, Billy Ray, Amarillo 

Evans, Glenda Ruth, Lubbock 
Evans, Robert Don, Houston 

Evans, Thomas J., Austin 

Ewald, Jacqueline Lea, Midland 
Fairlee, Jane, Austin 

Fanning, Tom, Grand Prairie 

Farabee, Kenneth Ray, Wichita Falls 
Fariss, James L., Jr., Austin 

Farmer, Sara, Austin 

Fearis, Diane, San Antonio 

Fears, John Huey, Beaumont 

Felps, JoAnn, Johnson City 

Felsman, Robert A., Selma City 
Felt, Albert Dudley, Houston 

Felts, Shirley Margaret, Corpus Christi 
Ferguson, Dorothy Louann, Pasadena 
Finley, Anne Sue, Austin 

Fisher, Michael, Refugio 

Fly, Don Paul, Houston 

Flynn, Mary Pat, Port Arthur 

Fogleman, Evelyn Jane, Dallas 
Folmar, Lissa, Vanderbilt 

Foote, Frances Cornelia, Turnersville 
Ford, John A., Dallas 

Fowler, Bradley A., Austin 

Fox, James Wilburn, Jr., Gruver 

Fradkin, Larry Irving, Galveston 

Francisco, Elizabeth Terry, Houston 
Frank, Ben, Lampasas 

French, Bobby Ann, Houston 

Galvan, Robert Rogers, Longview 
Ganetsky, Claire Esther, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Gearner, George Willard, Dallas 

Gerhardt, Mary Dale, San Antonio 
Geron, Jean, Dallas 

Geyer, Walter Louis, Jr., San Antonio 
Gilchrist, Carolyn Patricia, Silsbee 
Gilett, Virginia, Canutillo 



PACE 82 



FRESHMEN 



(iilinore, Theresa E., Houston 

Glaeser, George Edward, San Antonio 
Glickman, Alix LaRue, Fort Worth 
Godley, Bebe, Houston 

Goldsberry, F. Hood, Nacogdochcs 
Goldstein, Shirley Rosilyn, Dallas 

Goltzman, Barbara, Victoria 

Gonzalez, Frank William, San Antonio 

Gonzalez, Roman F., Jr., San Antonio 
Goodroe, Patricia L., Texarkana 

Gorges, Kay Martha, Harlingen 
Gosalvez, David, Falfurrias 

Gosnell, Judy, San Antonio 

Goulden, Joseph C., Marshall 
Gray, Alison, Austin 

Gray, Mary J., San Saba 

Green, Anita Lynn, Palacios 

Green, Carolyn Sue, Houston 

Green, Dorothy Louise, San Antonio 

Greenberg, Ronald David, San Antonio 
Greenberg, Seinwil, Louis, Beaumont 
Greer, Donald Webb, Estelline 

Grimes, Keith Russell, Austin 
Guess, Bettye Jo, Austin 

Guinn, Beverly Ann, Dallas 

Gurley, Anna Jean, Dallas 

Guynes, Carolyn Anne, Fort Worth 
Hagan, Pat Ann, Austin 

Hagler, Dorothy, Port Arthur 
Hail, Thomas L., Houston 

Halden, Leon Gilbert, Jr., Houston 
Hall, L. Frances, Houston 

Hamilton, Shirley Jean, Laredo 
Hamm, Jerry Ross, Terrell 

Hammonds, Thomas C., Denton 

Hampton, Sondra Jo, Fort Worth 

Hancock, Georgia Exah, Pasadena 
Hardwick, Jane Angeline, Dallas 
Hargrove, Clyde, Houston 

Hargrove, Daniel Lawrence, Freeport 
Harrell, Edward Charles, Canyon 

Harrell, Moonyeen, Wichita Falls 

Harris, Ann, Corpus Christi 

Harris, Barbara Ann, San Antonio 
Harrison, Joe F., Fort Worth 

Harrison, Sarah Elizabeth, Dallas 
Hatcher, Gloria Irene, Houston 

Hawthorn, Earl C., Monroe, La. 

Heard, Cecil Jack, Crockett 

Hedrick, Jeanice Anne, San Benito 
Heilbron, Shirley Ann, Dallas 
Helle, Bette, Dallas 

Henderson, Evan Norrell, Houston 

Henderson, John Burns, Jr., Cameron 

Henkle, Richard Leroy, Garden City, Kans. 
Henry, Florence Evelyn, San Antonio 

Henry, William Arthur, Corpus Christi 
Hensley, Norval Austin, Jr., Houston 
Herbst, Alice Ann, Boerne 

Herndon, Jack C., Jr., Houston 

Hethej-ly, Jimmie Gale, Lampasas 
"^ William, Houston 
liller, Carolyn, Laredo 

Hinkley, James W., Pampa 

Holm, Elizabeth Ann, Houston 

Holmes, Philip H., Jr., Baton Rouge, La. 

emsy, fton, Dallas 

Hooir, Joseph Allen, Texas City 

"oward, Judy Margaret, Burbank, Calif. 
Hubbard, Robert Lester, Rusk 

Hudson, Edward Randall, Jr., Fort Worth 
Huffman, Alan Edward, Houston 

othy Ellen, Houston 
ins} Jim Buck, Dallas 

hes, Benny Harry, Beaumont 
Hughes, Margaret Frances, Houston 
Hunt, Glenn, San Antonio 

Hunter, Emma Lu, Houston 



PACE 83 





FRESHMEN 




Hurlbert, Hal E., Houston 

Hutton, Gwendolyn, Dallas 

Isenberg, Don Lee, Humble 

Jackson, Mary Ann, Galveston 
Jackson, Ronald M., Housto 
Jacobs, Janet, Houston 







Jacobs, Joyce, Big Lake 

James, Donald M., Port Arthur 

Janda, Rose Eleanor, La Grange 
Jenkins, Gayle, Houston 

Jenull, Mary Virginia, Dallas 
Johanson, April Jerfaine 

Johnson, Dianne Gayle, San Antonio 

Johnson, Gerald Elvin, Nocona 

Johnson, Jo Ann, Lockhart 

Johnson, Howard, Austin 

Johnson, Sarah Elizabeth, Austin 
Johnson, Thomas Penn, Austin 

Johnson, V. Sue, Georgetown 
Jones, Patsy Jean, Houston 

Jones, Robert N., San Antonio 

Jordan, Nanigail, San Antonio 
Joseph, Janelle, Austin 

Kaplan, Sandra Beth, Wichita, Kans. 

Katz, Irving Lester, El Paso 

Katz, Maurine Frankel, Greenville, Miss. 
Keasler, Mary Gym, Harlingen 

Kcefauver, Margaret Fink, College Park, Md. 
Keeling, Robert L., Centerville 
Keen, Jerry, Dallas 

Keller, Terry Charlene, Del Rio 
Kelly, Rena Bee, Weatherford 

Kershner, Jon Gayle, Hillsboro 
Kiblinger, William G., Dallas 
King, Gerald Lee, Bogata 

King, Glenda Lynn, Fort Hood 

Kinsey, Robert Howard, San Antonio 
Kirsh, Eileen Lois, Harlingen 
Kirstein, Maretta, Temple 
Klapp, Bill, Austin 

Klappenbach, Pearl Grace, Johnson City 
Klindworth, Lauretta, Dallas 

Knight, James Royce, Hico 

Koza, La Verne Marilyn, Texas City 
Krause, Don, San Antonio 

Krog, Barbara, Fort Worth 
Kucera, Karolyn, Dallas 

Lacey, Page, San Antonio 

Lackey, Nancy Winona, Christoval 

Ladewig, Janis Joyce, Corpus Christi 

Laffan, Brian Fred, Tampico, Mexico 
LaGrone, Glenda Gay, San Antonio 
Lakenmacher, June, Houston 

Lamm, Julia Davene, Austin 

Lane, Julia Ann, Utley 

LaRowe, Daisy Elizabeth, Austin 

Larrea, Freddy Ayala, Guayaquil, Ecuador 
Laves, Gloria Yvonne, Fort Worth 

Lawton, Joann Elizabeth, San Antonio 
Le Bleu, Tommy R., Corpus Christi 

Ledbetter, Abbe A., Jr., Houston 
Leder, Irvin, Borger 

Lee, E. Gene, Lamesa 

Lee, James Howard, Lometa 

Lee, Tommie Marvin, Smithville 

Lembkc, Carol Ann, San Antonio 

Lemmond, Jan, Austin 

Lemonds, Adanelle, Austin 

Leonard, Jacquelyn Allison, Houston 

Leonard, Joan Hodsdon, San Antonio 
Levin, Ami Davida, Houston 

Lewis, Edgar Grey, Jr., Lubbock 

Lewis, Geane Marian, Houston 
Lewis, Mickey, San Antonio 

Lewis, Viola Grafton, Palestine 
Little, Jack M., Dallas 

Lockman, John, Austin 

Logue, Fanelle, Houston 



FACE 84 



FRESHMEN 



Lofton, Ruth Ann, Crosby 

Lorenz, Jane Frances, Stockdale 

Lovejoy, Joe Bernard, Fort Worth 

Lubel, Roslyn Carol, Monroe, La. 
Ludwig, Patricia Ann, Austin 
Lyles, Marilyn, Austin 

McCaughan, Donnie, Dallas 

McCuistion, Kathryn Ann, Port Arthur 
McDaniel, Marvel Ann, Houston 
McDonald, Virginia, Orange 

McDonald, William B., Del Rio 

McElhone, Alison Lee, Las Vegas, Nev. 

McGehee, Jimmy H., Texas City 

McGehee, William Malcolm, Mulberry, Tenn. 
McGuire, Gabon Turner, Houston 
Mclntosh, Jeanne Carole, Austin 
McK.ee, Janice Areta, Dallas 
McKelvy, Sheryl, Houston 

McKenzie, Margaret, Houston 
McLemore, Joe Ed, Baytown 
Mi M. ukc ii. Sue, Sinton 

McManus, Jan, Beaumont 

McNeely, James Lester, Fort Worth 
McPhail, Myrtle, Houston 

McVey, Carol Ann, Houston 

MacKinstry, Sue Kathryn, Dallas 
Magness, Walter Lee, Austin 

Malanaphy, Michael Thomas, Houston 
Mann, Gwendolyn Vee, Houston 
Markland, Carol Rae, Houston 

Marosis, John Nick, San Antonio 
Martin, Edward T., Dickinson 

Martin, John Edmund, San Antonio 
Martin, Kay, Denison 

Martin, Marion, Houston 

Martin, Monte-Sue, Houston 

Mason, Curtis Calvin, Austin 

Mason, Millicent Ehrmann, Bellaire 
Massey, Tom K., San Antonio 

Mattox, Jerry Martin, Beaumont 
Matzke, Patricia Jean, Houston 

Maxey, Orvis Wayne, San Antonio 

Mayfield, Peggy L., Waco 

Mayo, Betty Claire, Houston 
Mays, Katharine, Austin 

Mechura, Sandra, Houston 

Meiners, Claudia Janet, La Porte 
Mcrrith, Merry, Conroe 

Miks, Bobby Jo, Wichita Falls 
Milan, Jerry B., Fort Worth 

Miles, Bradley, San Angelo 

Miller, Carolyn Marie, Raymondville 
Miller, Cynthia C., Waco 

Miller, Doris Catherine, Mercedes 

Miller, Kacey Raeburn, Austin 

Miller, Mary Margaret, Dallas 
Miller, Nancy Ann, Barstow 

Millikan, Patsy Sue, Dallas 
Mills, Jackye L., Del Rio 

Mims, Carol V., Amarillo 

Minsjty, Rita, Dallas 

ghell, Glenda L., Bloomington 

" litchell, Vaughan H., San Antonio 

Modlin, Robert Stanley, Corpus Christ! 
Montfort, Mary Frances, Graham 

Montgomery, Robert Joseph, Dallas 

'eddy, Houston 
'r, Christine, Beaumont 
~ "oorc, Robert George, Phoenix, Ariz. 
More, Edith Irene, Houston 
Morris, Ann, Harlingen 

Morris, Jo Alice, Amarillo 

illiam Weaks, Yazoo City, Miss, 
orrrton, Joan, San Antonio 

orrisson, Clovis Clyde, Port Arthur 
Morrow, James Carl, Sonora 

Moss, Billye Marie, Baytown 

Moye, Glenn Edward, Houston 



PACK 85 





FRESHMEN 




Mueller, Charles, San Antonio 

Mueller, Joan Yvonne, HoustoV 
Mugno, Marjorie, Austin 

Murphy, Marian Brown, San Am| 
Musil, Leon, Stamford 

Myrick, Nancy Carolyn, Jalcksonvi! 




Naihaus, Bonita B., New Orleans, La. 
Naylor, Lewis Nathan, Dallas 
Neill, Nancy, Sonora 

Nesbitt, Earl Johnson, Jr., Wiclita F>dls 
Newman, Jackie, AngletoJ 
Newman, Natalie, Pfcarr , 

Nickolson, Louis Richard, San Benito 
Nielsen, Elizabeth Ann, Austin 
Nolen, Martha, Waxahachie 
Noel, N. Sue, Houston 

O'Brien, Maureen Frances, San Antonio 
Oden, Judith Frances, College Station 

Odom, George Thomas, Iraan 
Oertli, Sarah Bess, Austin 

Oglesby, Madeline, Austin 

Oliver, Betsy Fleming, Tyler 

Olle, Margaret Ann, Austin 

Ornish, Lillian Rae, Dallas 

Orr, H. Don, Austin 

Orr, Katherine Elizabeth, San Antonio 
Otto, Robert Louis, Corpus Christi 
Owen, Hilds Sue, Fort Worth 

Palios, Katherine Louise, Austin 
Parker, David Connell, Austin 

Parks, Barbara Lynn, San Antonio 
Patten, Carolyn Lucile, Houston 

Patterson, Jimmy William, Overton 
Patton, Boyd, Levelland 

Patton, Martha Ann, Borger 
Peavy, Nancy, Austin 

Peden, Margaret Adelle, Lufkin 
Pederson, Donald E., Houston 
Peikert, Bill, Luling 

Perkins, Martha Ann, San Antonio 
Perry, Bob G., Plainview 

Peters, Carolyn, Ganado 

Peterson, Jerry, Eagle Lake 

Petrusek, Doris Ann, La Grange 

Peveler, Bill Charles, Granbury 
Pfeil, Ann C., San Antonio 

Phelps, Martha, San Antonio 

Phillips, Phyllis Ann, Levelland 

Pinkston, Jean Evelyn, Dallas 

Pittman, Meryl F., Pitkin, La. 

Platt, Dolores Jean, Victoria 

Plemons, Frank L., Wichita Falls 
Plummer, Lou Anne, Houston 
Plunk, Don R., Dallas 

Poborsky, Sheila Rae, Houston 
Pontius, Paul Elmer, Mission 
Poole, Stanley, Austin 

Post, William B., Jr., Dallas 
Potter, Julie, El Paso 

Pou, James H., Houston 

Powell, Jay F., San Antonio 

Powell, Sonia Yvonne, Austin 
Power, Beverly Joyce, Taft 

Prater, Guy H., San Angelo 

Presswood, Clyda Marlene, Houston 
Preston, Eleanor, Newgulf 

Prewett, William A., San Antonio 
Price, Lois Afton, San Marcos 

Price, Tom, Jr., Corpus Christi 
Primer, Charles, Austin 

Primm, Thomas C., Fort Worth 
Pritchett, Joyce Ann, Austin 

Prosser, Jeannine, Conroe 

Prouse, Ruth Lorene, Austin 

Provus, Joan Breta, Amarillo 

Prutch, Phill S., Pueblo, Colo. 



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FRESHMEN 






Pullman, Thomas Edison, Jr., San Angelo 
Ragland, Mitchell C., Levelland 

Ramsey, Coy Chester, Jr., Palacios 

Randolph, Barbara Jayne, Fort Worth 
Rapcr, James A., Marshall 

Ratner, Phyllis E., Memphis, Tenn. 

Reed, Billye Ruth, Austin 

Reese, Donald Gale, Thompsons 

Remschel, Jere Diane, La Marque 
Renfrew, Jane, Corpus Christi 

Reynolds, Bob Eugene, Dallas 
Reynolds, Joyce, Houston 

Rhea, Bruce Luna, Dallas 

Rheubotham, Betty John, Dallas 

Rhodes, Betty Carolyn, Abilene 
Rhodes, Kenneth V., Amherst 

Rhone, Jimmy Shaver, Crockett 
Rhone, Rex Ray, Crockett 

Richards, Howard N., Austin 

Richards, James Van, Ysleta 

Richards, Raymond I... San Antonio 
Riddick, Helen Campbell, Houston 
Riegle, William G., Dallas 
Riney, John S., Houston 

Ripps, Phyllis, Mobile, Ala. 

Ritter, Nancy Ann, Austin 

Rives, James B., Jr., San Antonio 

Roane, Raymond C., San Antonio 
Roberts, Barbara Dale, Houston 

Roberts, Everett Allen, Jr., Fort Worth 

Robinson, Mike, Dallas 

Rodenroth, Terry D., Dallas 

Rodrigves, Nelson Augusto, Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Rogowski, Catherine A., El Paso 
Rosenberg, June, El Paso 

Rosenthal, Lois Charlenc, Houston 

Ross, Jeanine, Stinnett 

Rostrom, Mary, Houston 

Roth, Barbara Mania, Wharton 
Roth, Joan Idella, Dallas 
Rowe, Mary Jo, Austin 

Rowell, Pauline S., Shreveport, La. 

Rowell, Walton Douglass, West Columbia 
Roy, Shirley Wren, Houston 
Rozzell, Jean Ellis, Austin 

Rubin, Natalie Diane, Dallas 

Rust, Shirley Ann, Texas City 
Saage, Lu Ann, Rosenberg 

Sadler, Ann Elizabeth, Fort Worth 

Sampson, Gwyn Anne, Corpus Christi 
Sanders, John Louis, Wharton 
Sanders, Mary Lou, Austin 

Sarris, Katina, San Antonio 

Savage, Mary Jo, Houston 

Scaief, Helen Nancy, San Benito 

Scarborough, Florence, San Antonio 

Schabarum, Madelon Kathryn, Midland 
Schade, Janet Marie, Edna 

Schatte, William A., Vernon 
Schiffbauer, Alan, Victoria 

ler, Ivalee, Austin 

hneider, Theodore E., Jr., San Antonio 
Schnell, Joyce, Houston 

Schulze, Kathleen, Austin 

Schwartz, Jean Marie, Schulenburg 

Schweppe, Marvin F., San Antonio 

ames Harvey, Conroe 
;gins, Richard Louis, Dallas 
Selber, Suzanne, Shreveport, La. 
Selman, Hugh Lee, Palestine 

Sevier, Marion Rebecca, Midland 
Sewell, Frederic D., McAllen 

n Earl, Odessa 

', Everett Marshall, San Benito 
hrlton, Genevieve, Austin 

Sherman, Stanley Alan, Sioux City, Iowa 



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FRESHMEN 




Sherwood, Danny L., Jasper 

Shifflett, Amelia Eleen, Austin 

Shropshire, Virginia Ruth, Austin 
Sikes, Charles Thomas, Austin 

Silverman, Henrietta Leigh, Miami, 
Simpson, Jan Lowry, Daflas 




Skeen, Joe B., Overton 

Slaughter, Toni, Neuilly Seine, France 
Smalley, Norma Gail, Dallas 

Smith, Charlotte Ann, Borger 

Smith, Frances June, We; 

Smith, Gary Rolla, ' 

Smith, Jerry Neil, Cameron 

Smith, Jerry Wayne, San Antonio 
Smith, L. Beverly, Denison 

Smith, Lottie Nell, Forney 
Snell, Jerry F., Jasper 

Snider, George Winston, Borger 

Spelce, Neal L., Jr., Marshall 

Sproles, Glenda Ruth, Fort Worth 

Stark, Virginia Kae, San Antonio 
Starkey, Jo Ann, San Antonio 

Starkweather, Donald R., San Antonio 
Steele, Marilyn Virginia, Austin 

Steele, Seth H., Jr., Rockport 

Steiner, Neil, New Orleans, La. 
Stephens, Edith, Victoria 

Stillinger, Shirley Ann, Houston 

Stone, Alice Elizabeth, Pasadena 
Stone, Martha Marie, Midland 

Stover, Billie Wayne, Iraan 

Stoy, Herbert E., Jr., Fort Worth 
Straiten, Nancy, Abilene 

Strouhal, Helen Marie, Alvin 

Struhall, Frances Marie, Austin 
Stuart, Jane, Midland 

Sugarman, Sandra, San Antonio 

Summers, Nancy Lee, Henderson 
Sutton, Ann Louise, Orange 

Svendsen, Carl Olen, Rockport 
Swanner, Charles B., Dallas 

Swartz, Sandra, Big Spring 

Swenson, Dorothy, Llano 

Szilagyi, Elisabeth, San Antonio 
Tatum, John B., Temple 

Taylor, Thomas W., Austin 

Teas, Francis M., Houston 

Teas, Harry L., Lovington, N. Mex. 

Telkamp, Dan L., Dallas 

Templeton, Betty Jane, Houston 

Templin, James Curtis, College Station 
Terk, Sara, Odessa 

Terry, Jerry, Corpus Christi 

Teschner, Merle Mae, Fredericksburg 

Thaxton, Jane Ann, Austin 

Theimer, Jan Ann, Houston 

Thorne, Florence Marie, Port Arthur 
Thorngren, Sally, San Antonio 

Thruston, Arthur LaRoy, San Angelo 
Tirado, Terry Mac, Austin 

Tisdale, Samuel C., Jr., Port Lavaca 

Titus, Donald W., Jr., San Antonio 

Tobin, Robert Lynn Batts, San Antonio 
Totz, Jon David, Gonzales 
Tuck, Barbara, Austin 

Tucker, Barbara Ann, Houston 

Turn, La Vaughn, San Angelo 
Turner, Joan, Houston 

Underwood, Durward Glenn, Lometa 
Upchurch, Armour, Austin 
Upton, Burl D., Kermit 

Vance, Betty Lou, Refugio 

Vannaman, Thomas L., Midland 

Vasquez, Norberto B., Harlingen 
Vaughan, Bill L., San Angelo 

Vaughn, Carol, San Antonio 



PACK 88 



FRESHMEN 



Vaughn, Robert D., Amarillo 

Vaught, Jack M., Comanchc 

Veatch, Charlotte Ellen, Pasadena 

Villarroel, Hugo R., Cochabamba, Bolivia 
Vincent, Rose Marie, Rosenberg 
Voelkel, Anita Lee, Austin 

Vort, Louise Elizabeth, Borger 

Von Dohlen, Leonard Harold, III, Goliad 
Waddill, Betty, Conroe 

Waldron, Marcia. Brownsville 
Wales, Pat, Houston 

Walker, Lorayne C., Dallas 

Walker, W. Dwayne, Borger 

Walter, Gloria, Memphis, Tenn. 

Ward, Newton Edward, Jr., Fort Worth 
Ward, Tommy Ray, Brazoria 

Warden, Lester Kerby, Houston 

Ware, George Earnest, Muleshoe 

Warner, Joan Marie, Austin 

Warren, Barbara Alyene, Borger 
Warren, Donald R., Beaumont 
Warren, Joe H., Crockett 

Watson, Betty V., Brownsville , 

Weaver, Adrienne, Dallas 

Weitzman, Suzanne Mildred, Dallas 
Wesner, Edward E., White Deer 
West, Ben, Lubbock 

West, Lorraine Elizabeth, Breckenridge 
White, Elizabeth, Houston 

White, James Edmund, Anson 

White, Joan, Galveston 

White, John Poston, Anson 

White, Mary Lureen, Baytown 

Whitehill, Marilyn, San Antonio 

Whitten, Nancy Elibabeth, Waco 
Wilbanks, Carcelle, Fort Worth 

Williams, Connie Joyce, Henderson 
Williams, Dan Weldon, Waco 

Williams, David Gary, Tyler 

Williams, Kenneth Herman, Houston 
Williams, Shirley Ann, Houston 

Williams, Thomas N., Texarkana 

Wilpitz, Bobby K., Refugio 
Wilson, Amy Sue, Dallas 

Wilson, Ann Elizabeth, Fort Worth 
Wilson, Richard Ewell, Houston 
Wilson, Ruth Elinor, Dallas 

Wimberly, Tom N., McAllen 

Winslow, John Franklin, Houston 
Wise, Anne, Houston 

Wolford, Fred Vanderwerth, Port Arthur 
Womack, Delano, Austin 

Woodfin, Sarah E., El Paso 

Woods, Betty Lou, Kirbyville 

Woods, Patricia Andra, Jefferson 
Woodard, Emily Jo, Beaumont 

Woodward, Rodney L., San Antonio 
Workman, Don Leon, Arlington 

Worsham, John Dee, Sweetwater 
Wren, Nancy Ann, Houston 

rt James, Corpus Christi 
;ht, Gib, Fort Worth 
Wright, Jane Anne, Dallas 

Wright, Zora Belle, Sierra Blanca 

Yardas, Dorothy Jean, Corpus Christi 

Yerington, Shirley Elizabeth, Ft. Woith 

jlliam Neil, Jr., Ozona 
ley, Claire, Dallas 
"ork, Byron P., Houston 

Young, Dan Russ, Austin 

Zacour, George, El Paso 

Zant, Celia Ann, Odessa 

f Maxine Gail, Big Wells 
George, Austin 
livley, Jo Leta, Austin 

Zoblotsky, Morris Isadore, Taylor 



H 89 





IIFH 





STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

The function of the Student Association is to provide 
a media of expression of student opinion, to give student 
voice to University affairs, and to interpret University poli- 
cies into student action. 

Student government is patterned on the federal system, 
with a Constitution which establishes Executive, Legisla- 
tive, and Judicial departments to conduct student affairs. 

The elected President, Vice-President, and Secretary 
represent the student body on the Union Board of Directors, 
the Athletic Council, the Co-operative Board of Directors, 
the Board of Directors of Student Publications, the Social 
Calendar Committee and administer the committee and 
cabinet system under which Student Government operates. 

Rush Moody resigned in March and Ralph Person 
took over the duties of president. Jim McKeithan was 
elected as the Vice-President by the Assembly. 



RUSH MOODY, President 




RALPH PERSON, Vice-President 



KAY TUTT, Secretary 



PACK 92 



STUDENT ASSEMBLY 



The Student Assembly is the legislative branch of student government with its elected 
representatives from the various schools having creative and investigative powers of wide latitude. 
The president of the Student Body serves as presiding officer of the Assembly. The Assembly is 
also the co-ordinator and appointor of committees to do research in many of the student activities. 
The most active of these committees appointed this year are the Rally Committee, Steer Here 
Committee, Freshmen Council, and TISA Committee. 



ARCHITECTURE 
George Richie 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 
Dick Atkin 
Stan Chodorow 
Peggy Fulton 
Jody Hollon 
Pat Kendall 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
John Anderson 
Leroy Birdwell 
Sam Perry 



EDUCATION 
Annetta Clark 
Bernadine (Schatzie) 
Nixon 

ENGINEERING 
Donald Harris 
Jim Laughlin 
Gene Walker 



FINE ARTS 
Max Gardner 
Charlesa Wolfe 

GRADUATE 
Gene Fleming 
David Ling 
Fred Thomae 

LAW 

Bill Finger 
Jim McKeithan 

PHARMACY 
Joe Tupin 





Clockwise: ANDERSON, ATKIN, BIRDWELL, CHO- 
DOROW, CLARK, FLEMING, FULTON, GARD- 
NER, HARRIS, HOLLON, KENDALL, LAUGHLIN, 
LING, McKEITHAN, NIXON, PERRY, RICHIE, 
TUPIN, WALKER, WOLFE. 





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TALMADGE GUY 



STUDENT COURT 



The Student Court is the student's guarantee that the 
constitution will be respected by their elected representa- 
tives. The Court interprets the constitution, examines the 
books of campus organizations, decides on disputed elec- 
tions, and can impel student officials to carry out the duties 
of their respective offices to the fullest extent. The Chief 
Justice also appoints the Election Commission and serves 
as chairman of the Social Calendar Committee. 



Chief Justice 

TALMADGE GUY 

Associate Justices 

BOB ARMSTRONG 

ADELE CRAWFORD 

OTIS RHEA SCHMIDT 
FRANKLIN SPEARS 







f 



BOB ARMSTRONG 



ADELE CRAWFORD 




OTIS RHEA SCHMIDT 




i \. 
FRANKLIN SPEARS 



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TEXAS UNION 








Director .... 
Assistant Director 

STUDENT MEMBERS 
LYNN BEASON 
MOLLY MOFFETT 
RUSH MOODY, Chairman 
SIDNEY SIEGEL 
KAY TUTT 



Board of Directors 



C. C. (Jitter) NOLAN 
MARGUERITE C. DILLEE 

Ex-Student Members 
HERMAN JONES 
JOHN A. McCuRDY 

Faculty Members 
WILLIAM DAVID BLUNK 
DOROTHY GEBAUER 



The ultimate goal of the Texas Union is to provide each student with the opportunity to complete his 
education by utilizing his leisure hours in leadership training, community service activities, creative hobby train- 
ing and economical personal and social recreation. In addition, the Union is the "living room" of the campus 
and is a geographical focal point of related interest that allows the student, ex-student, faculty, and University 
Dad to cling to some tangible evidence of Texas University spirit. As a "school of social education" it supplements 
physical education and intellectual study to produce a complete personality. 




Left to Right: Siegel, MoRett, Nolan, Tutt, Dillee. Moody. McCurdy, Gebauer, Blunk, Season. 

PAGE 95 



UNION COMMITTEES 



UNION ACTIVITIES 
COUNCIL 




Mary Knotts. John Anderson, Shiree 
Daniel, Charles Bankston, Molley 
Moffett chairman, Charles Joslin, 
Kay McKnight, Charlotte Carlisle, 
Diana Joseph. 



ART COMMITTEE 



CHARM COMMITTEE 





Front Row: Patricia Hinze, Carolyn Dlmand, Janet Collins, Nancy Gillctt, Betty Robbins. 
Second Row: Morton Glazer, Ed Martin, Thomas R. Berry, Darlene Prouse, Florence 

Frenkel, Louise Sutton. 
Standing: Charly Josliu chairman. 



Seated: Marjorie Barton, Helen Sue Johnson, Betty Wood, Judy Johnson, Madeline Buch- 

man, Georgianne Allen, Patti Puig. 
Standing: Jane Elrod, Diana Joesph chairman, Marilee Dunstan, Nancy Ritter, Sara 

Stone. 



DANCE 

COMMITTEE 




Standing: Carol Lembke, Mickey Lewis, Mar- 
garet Ann Schmidt, Alan Fogelberg, Sue 
Burks, Carol Ann McVey. Al Nourachi, 
Stanley Warburton co-chairman. 

Sitting: Jerry Hill, Kay Baker, Betsy Madden, 
Betty Robbins, Lola Kay Palmer, Charlotte 
Carlisle co-chairman , Joan R u g e 1 y , Jan 
McManus, Carolyn Brown, Marietta Kir- 
stein, Edgar Watkins. 



PACK 96 



FILM COMMITTEE 



FORUM SPEAKERS COMMITTEE 




Left to Right: Kay McKnight (chairman), Alex Booras, Adel Dagget. Richard Car- 1-*'' lo Right: Ivan Knobler. Janice Bourdon, Jo Ed Shaddock. Sharon Swales, John 
vajahal. Anderson (chairman), Maxine Noble, Jan Cobb, Shirley Strum. 



HOUSE COMMITTEE 



MUSIC COMMITTEE 




Lefl to Right: Joyce Hargrove, Brooks Goldsmith, Charles Bankstan (chairman), Nancy 

\insv\iirth. 



TALENT COMMITTEE 



Front Row: Clark Kleinschmidt, Marcia Fine (chairman), Marjorie Pressman. Emily Beall, 
Frances Echols, Laesje Voet. 

Second Ron-: Donald Wairen, Jerry Draper. 
Standing: Lhassa LaRowe, Carolyn Miller. 

STUDENT-FACULTY COMMITTEE 




Srattd: Marilyn Den ton. Pegiiy Dunlap. Ann Suites. Snndra Weiss, Raleigh Sekt, Jane 
Garrett, Etheldra Adams, Stir ( l<>lrin.iii. I,u Ann Plummer, Lorrie Blumentritl. Ruth 
Ann Dryden. 

Standing: Jay Hall I rhaii man } . Charlie Smith. Jim Collum, Pedro Rarba. 



Left to Right: Edwin York. George Sarrafian. Frank Manit/as, Jerry Snell, Mary Knotts 
(chairman). Marian Hill. Harry Nass, Raymond Richards, Shirley Rosenberg. 



PACK 97 



Harrell Estes Lee Jack Holland Granville Price R. Gnrnme! Roessner 



Calvin A. Newton 




Tom Rush Moody 




' UK. Ethmer Hinkle 




Dewitt Carter Reddick 





J 






TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. 

BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

CLAUDE HIRAM EADS, Manager, University Printing Division 

OLIN ETHMER HINKLE, Associate Professor of Journalism 

JACK HOLLAND., Dean of Men 

HARRELL ESTES LEE,, Editorial Director of Texas Student Publications 

CALVIN A. NEWTON,, Business Director of Texas Student Publications 

GRANVILLE PRICE, Associate Professor of Journalism 

DEWITT C. REDDICK, Professor of Journalism 

R. GOMMEL ROESSNER, Associate Professor of Architecture 

THOMAS A. ROUSSE, Professor of Speech 



Claude Hiram Eads 



1 111 MM, A. Roll 







Dick Atkiu 





STUDENT MEMBERS 

TOM RUSH MOODY, President of the Student Association, 
Chairman of the Board 

DICK ATKIN, Assembly Representative 

DONNA J. CAMERON, Assembly Representative 

ANNE CHAMBERS, Editor of The Texan 

Jo ANN DICKERSON, Managing Editor of The Texan 

BOBBY CLAUDE JONES, Editor of The Texas Ranger 

JULIE LOCKMAN, Editor of The Cactus 




Bobby C. Jones Julie Lockman Anne Chambers Jo Ann Dickerson Donna J. Cameron 



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TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Business Director CALVIN A. NEWTON 

Editorial Director HARRELL E. LEE 

Assistant Business Director FRANKIE MAE LINDSEY 

Cactus Production Manager MARGUERITE FREEMAN 

Office Manager MARY ARNOLD 

Bookkeeper BOB STANDLEE 

Advertising Manager MARY MARGARET FRAZIER 

Secretary HELEN BANNER 

Office Assistant JOHN MULROY 

Mail Clerk GEORGE MULROY 

Switchboard Operator OLETA MADISON 




FRANKIE MAE LINDSEY 
MARY ARNOLD 



MARGUERITE FREEMAN- 




MARY MARGARET FRAZIER 




TEXAN ADVERTISING SALESMEN 

PAUL DANNER, TOM K. BARTON, MORTON ROBERT HECHT, GERALD M. 
RAFSHOON, GEORGE THOMAS FRAZIER, PETER MARTIN DYKE, EDWARD 
EUGENE BIGHAM, NEAL WEAN-ER ALEXANDER. 



ROBERT <;. STANDLEE 




HELEN DANNER 




RANGER SALESWOMEN 
SONJA STENZEL, MARY ALICE MORGAN, CAROL SUTHERLAND. 



OLETA MADISON 




PACE 99 



THE 1953 CACTUS 




Editor-in-Chief 
Associate Editor 



JULIE LOCKMAN 
JEAN KELLNER 



JULIE LOCKMAN, Editor-in-Chief 



SECTION EDITORS 



Administration 
Athletics 

Clubs . . . . 

Dorms and Co-ops 

Fine Arts 

Fraternities . 

Honoraries 

Index .... 

Men's Intramurals 

Military .... 

Publications . 

Service .... 

Sororities 

Student Government . 

Women's Intramurals 

Staff Artists . 

Assistant Staff Artist . 



FRANCES SMITH 

PAUL NOLAN GREGORY 

ORLAND L. SIMS 

MARY ROSE BRADY 

SALLY KATHRON CAPPS 

CLAIRE HIETT 

MARJORIE JANICE BOURDON 

RICHARD CURRY 

BOBBY J. MIKS 

CLAUDE A. ALLEN 

DAVID STERLING SILVERS 

SARAH JANE WEEKS 

JOANNA GENTRY 

KAY MCKNIGHT 

JIM GILBERT 

MARY ELIZABETH BYNUM 

DIANA KLOTZ 

WILLIAM BERRY 

WALTON CUDE 




JEAN KELLNER, Associate Editor 



PACB 100 



THE 1953 CACTUS 



Richard Curry Joanna Gentry Jim Gilbert 



Paul Gregory 



Claire Hiett 



Sally Capps 



.ii \ i. r.MMini 



Mary Rose Brady 



Janet Bourdon 




Kay McKnight 



Dave Silvers 



Orlin Sims 



Frances Smith 



Claude Allen 




The 1953 Cactus has been planned to serve as a faithful record of student 
life at The University of Texas. Beginning with the orange-and-white cover, 
several new features have been used to create a well-rounded picture of 
campus activities: photographs of dormitories and co-ops, sketches of club 
activities, brief histories of sororities and fraternities. 

The Limelight section of the Cactus pictures Outstanding Students, 
Goodfellows, Bluebonnet Belles, and Bluebonnet Belle Finalists. The recip- 
ients of these honors were selected according to the rules set forth in the 
Handbook of Texas Student Publications. 

Any organization on the campus was free to nominate students for Bluebonnet Belle, and individuals as well 
as organizations could nominate for Goodfellows and Outstanding Students. The top sixty Bluebonnet Belle Semi- 
Finalists were selected by a committee composed of Dean Arno Nowotny, Dean Jack Holland, Miss Jesse Earle 
Anderson, Talmadge Guy, Chief Justice of the Student Court, Jack Barton, tri-captain of the football team, Anne 
Chambers, Editor of the Daily Texan, Jean Kellner, Associate Editor of the Cactus, and Julie Lockman, Editor of 
the Cactus. The ballots of these judges were placed on file with the TSP office. The Cactus editors were assisted in 
the selection of the top five Belles and twenty Finalists by Rush Moody, President of the Students' Association, Ralph 
Person, Vice-President of the Students' Association, and Mr. Joe Kennedy, Director of Workmen's Compensation. 

The twenty Outstanding Students were selected by the unanimous vote of the following standing committee: 
The Dean of Women, the Dean of Men, the Assistant Dean of Student Life, the President of the Students Asso- 
ciation, the Texan Editor and the Editor and Associate Editor of the Cactus. Goodfellows were selected by the 
Cactus editors from the recommendations of this committee. 



Sarah Jane Weeks 



ASSISTANT SECTION EDITORS 



Administration 

Athletics 

Clubs . . . 

Dorms and Co-ops 

Fine Arts 

Fraternities . 

Honoraries 

Military . 

Service 

Sororities 



ANN PATRICK 
NEIL NATHAN 
TOMMY BLAYLOCK 
JON GAYLE KERSTEIN 
PRISCILLA MULLINS 
JOHN NOTESTINE 
JAMES TAFT 
JEANETTE THOMAS 
SUZANNE SACHS 
GRAZIA TALERICO 



PACE 101 



THE DAILY TEXAN 




ANNE CHAMBERS, Editor-in-Chief 




TEXAN STAFF 



Fall 



Editor 

Managing Editor . 

Editorial Assistant 

News Editor .... 

Sports Editor .... 

Amusements Editor 

Society Editor 

Wire Editor .... 

Exchange Editor . 

Book Editor .... 

Intramurals Co-Ordinator . 



Editor 

Managing Editor . 

Editorial Assistant 

News Editor .... 

Sports Editor .... 

Amusements Editor 

Society Editor 

Wire Editor .... 

Exchange Editor . 

Book Editor .... 

Intramurals Co-Ordinator . 



ANNE CHAMBERS 
Jo ANN DICKERSON 
WAYLAND DALE PILCHER 
ROBERT W. KENNY 
JEFFERY MASON HANCOCK 
DOROTHY CAMPBELL 
MARIANNE MORRIS 
JOE L. SCHOTT 
WILLIAM W. MORRIS 
WILLIAM I. MCREYNOLDS 
RICHARD ABE WILLIAMS 



Spring 



ANNE CHAMBERS 
Jo ANN DICKERSON 
ALAN REAGAN WILLIAMS, JR. 
ROBERT W. KENNY 
ORLAND L. SIMS 
DOROTHY CAMPBELL 

GlTTA E. LOCKENVITZ 

ELLIOT EARL POOLEY 
WALTER HOGAN 
BETTY WHALL 
WILLIAM W. MORRIS 



DAY EDITORS 



James Leslie Eager 
Mary Helen Spear 
Bascom McTyere Nelson 



William I. McReynolds 
Nancy Dale Torrance 
Robert Ramey Hilburn 



NIGHT EDITORS 



Alan Reagan Williams, Jr. 
William Edward Morgan 
Peggy Lord Cockrum 
Harold Lyndon Warford 



Bobby J. Newlin 
Greta E. Nissen 
Jack O. Walker 
Norris Dean Loeffler 



JO ANN DICKERSON, Managing Editor 



FADE 102 



THE DAILY TEXAN 



SPORTS 

Orland L. Sims, Jr. 
Samuel Rufus Blair 
Richard Abe Williams 
Murray Lawrence Forsvall 
Tom Newton McDonald 
Thomas Van Thompson 
Ike Newman 
Bernie Gurston Brown 



SOCIETY 
Gitta E. Lockenvitz 
Ruth Vinn Hendlcr 
Dorothy Jane Kreager 
Frances Jean Rembold 
Betty Charles Whall 
Shirley Strum 



STAFF ASSISTANTS 

GENERAL 

Otis Rhea Schmidt Bob Patrick Knight 

Robert Ramey Hilburn Ruth Pendergrass 
Norris Dean Loeffler 
Millicent Seay Huff 
Douglas Ann Johnson 
Joseph Linsey Sanders 
Janette Jean Dancy 
Joyce Merrill Jackson 



Helen Rose Marie Schafer 
Lois Rachael Wills 
John R. Gaines, Jr. 
Charlie Pat Dubose 
John Webb Howell 
Jack Wesley Walker 



WIRE 

Richard Curry 
Elliot Earl Pooley 
Robert E. Lange 
Millard Gordon Payne 
Ruth Pendergrass 



AMUSEMENTS 
Millicent Seay Huff 
Douglas Ann Johnson 
Gerald M. Rafshoon 
Betty Jo Taylor 



With two girls directing the coverage of campus events for the first time and a spanking new building to house its workers, 
The Daily Texan looked forward to another great year. It turned out to be a year of two new presidents one for the University 
and one for the nation administration changes, a New Year's Cotton Bowl game, new buildings, an extra number of visiting digni- 
taries, rising enrollment, and the legislature. 

The Texan looked the same, despite the dire predictions of some that it would someday come out decked with embroidery 
befitting the moods of female ediatrixies, but a closer look at its stories showed that it was gaining a more intelligent editorial 
policy and news coverage that is keeping it at the top of the country's best-edited college newspapers. 



Texan staff 'at work" in new staff room 



.Vw 




Top Rou: Dorothy Campbell. Pey Cockrum. 

Second Roic: Jo Ann Dicker>on. Jim Eager. 

Third Rnu: Jeff Hancock, Bob Hilburn. 

fourth Rote: Bob Kenny. Ronnie Knaus. Norris Loeffler, Gitta Lockenvttz. 

Fifth Rfi:i: Bill McReynolds. Bill Morgan. Mary Ann Morris, William Morris, Bobby Newlin. Cireta Nissen. 

Sixth Rou : Wayland Pilcher. Eliot Pooley, Joe Schott, Orlin Sims, Mary Helen Spear. Nancy Torrance, Jack Walker, Dick Williams, Alan Williams. 



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TEXAS RANGER 





BOBBY CLAUDE JONES 
Editor-in-Chief 



KENNETH A. M. GOMPERTZ 
Associate Editor, Fall Semester 




EDITORS 



Editor 

Associate Editor . 
Managing Editor 
Art Editor . 
Feature Editors . 

Fiction Editor 
Humor Editor 
Promotion Manager 
Cartoon Editor 
Editorial Assistant 
Scrivener 
Photography . 



BOBBY CLAUDE JONES 
KENNETH A. M. GOMPERTZ 
ROBERT DOUGLAS BENTON 
JOHN R. FRAZER 

ROBERT WAYNE KENNY 
PEGGY LORD COCKRUM 

GEORGE ELROY BODE 
CHARLES ALVIN JOSLIN 
JAMES RICHARD WRIGHT 
JULIA I. ORYNSKI 
MARY Lou SANDERS 
NANCY JEAN HOLLOWELL 
FRANK EDWARD CRICCHIO 



ROBERT BENTON 

Associate Editor, Spring Semester 



PAOF. 104 



TEXAS RANGER 

Bob Akin Bob Benton Dick Busby Pegfry Lord Cockrura Frank Cricchio Wayne Crockett Henry Easley 



John I : 




Bob Kenny 



Ronnie Knaus 



Donald Pelesch 



Patricia Woods 




John Gaines Gayle Garner Thomas Hansard Nancy Hollowell Charly Joslin 





Julie Orynskl 



Mary Lou Sanders 



Jim Wright 



Swinging headlong into a new era of science fiction, television and other such fripperies of the future, the 
1952-53 Ranger has probably been a constant source of bewilderment to its gentle subscribers, many of whom asked, 
"Why in thunderation don't you print some dirty jokes for a change?" 

Well, the reason why is that we think it's time for the Ranger to become a student magazine, and that's 
what the Ranger has tried to do this past year. The time had come, as the Wulrus always said; an era had ended when 
Bill Bridges, the last of the post-war editors wrote his final "30" in April of '51; with the journalism department in 
a new building, a changing world and changing values; it was then natural that the magazine should change its 
tone. We its staff just sort of sat in on it and tried to do our best. 

No one has ever actually defined a student magazine when you can do that, it'll be time for another change! 
What we've tried to do with the Ranger, is, first, to entertain you ; second, we've tried to give you something^ to 
think about and third, we've tried to make it about you, the college student to reflect your views, your opinions, 
your hopes, dreams, and laughter. That's a hard job to do right full of headaches, doubts and frustrations, and at 
the same time, shot through with the golden joy of trying to create something. Thanks for letting us try our hand at it. 



Robert Barnett Akin 
Richard Edward Busby 
Francis Wayne Crockett 
Henry Neil Easley 
John R. Gaines 



STAFF ASSISTANTS 

James Gayle Garner 
Richard Hugh Growald 
Thomas C. Hansard 
Ronald Reeves Knaus 
Donald Anthony Petesch 



Arlen Lynwood Rhodes 
Joel G. Sanders 
Arlene Shapiro 
Steven Drew Smith 
Maryon Patricia Woods 



PACK 105 



* - 









~ 






ALPHA ALPHA GAMMA 



HONORARY ARCHITECTURAL ORGANIJ 

Founded: Washington Unu 
Gamma 



Fall 

SHIRLEY Jo PROSSER 
NANCY PRAY OLSON 
SHIRLEY JEAN TOWER . 




OFFICERS 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



ION FOR WOMEN 

1922 



Spring 

SHIRLEY Jo PROSSER 
NANCY PRAY OLSON 
SHIRLEY JEAN TOWER 



MEMBERS 

Elizabeth Ann Cameron 

Dorothy Marie Falkenberg 
Marianna Forrest 

Betty Florence Hagler 

Jacqueline Anne Keir 

Nancy Pray Olson 

Shirley Jo Prosser 

Onny Burke Smith 

Shirley Jean Tower 

Ann Willette Williams 



PACE 108 



ALPHA DELTA SIGMA 

HONORARY PROFESSIONAL ADVERTISING FRATERNITY 

FounWJKUnivcrsity of Missouri, 1913 

PajiNrXhempson Chapter, 1927 



Fall 

ALAN REAGAN WILLIAMS 
ROBERT E. LANGE . 
AARON S. PEARLMAN 
MILLARD GORDON PAYNE 
ALAN SCOTT 




OF 



RS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Historian . 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

ROBERT E. LANGE 
GEORGE THOMAS FRAZIER 
WILLIAM KNIGHT FOSTER 
ELLIOTT EARL POOLEY 
ALAN SCOTT 



ACTIVE PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS 



Al Jennings 
F. R. Moerke 



Cal A. Newton 
Vernon Sanford 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



William Paxton Boyd 
William Henry Purdy 
Alan Scott 
Ernest Alonzo Sharpe 



Everett Grant Smith 
Paul Jennings Thompson 
Ralph Burnham Thompson 



James Hughes Ball 
Arnold Melvin Barban 
Robert Fred Barling 
Sherwin Byron Brotman 
Howard E. Brunson 
Johnson Camden Chancellor 
Carleton Thomas Clowe 
Harry Elbert Copeland 
Robert Audean Fairey 
Hugh Townsend Field 
Hubert Shelton Finklestein 



MEMBERS 

William Knight Foster 
George Thomas Frazier 
Morton Allen Glazer 
Edwin Harold Golden 
Morton Robert Hecht 
Donald Eugene Hill 
Orrin Lionel Hilyard 
Robert W. Jackson 
Charles Alvin Joslin 
Robert E. Lange 
Charles Donald Marth 



Jack Edwin Miller 
Millard Gordon Payne 
Aaron S. Pearlman 
Elliott Earl Pooley 
Kirby M. Post 
Charles William Ransdell 
Gerald Monroe Rafshoon 
Sherman Alan Thompson 
Marvin D. Tobias 
Wilfred J. Tuohy 
Don Roger Wenig 
Alan Reagan Williams 



PACE 109 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

HONORARY PRE-MEDICAL FRATERNITY 

Founded: University of Alabama, 1926 
Texas Alpha Chaptr 



Fall 

L. WILLIAM SCHLEUSE 
HARRY N. THOMAS 
GRAYCE G. HORNUNG 
MAURICE E. HERRING 
GEORGE T. STEVENS 
DR. CLARK HUBBS 




OFFICERS 

President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 
Historian . 
Advisor 



Spring 

L. WILLIAM SCHLEUSE 
HARRY N. THOMAS 
GRAYCE G. HORNUNG 
MAURICE E. HERRING 
GEORGE T. STEVENS 
DR. CLARK HUBBS 



Philip S. Bailey 
Osmond P. Breland 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Dana B. Casteel 
Oscar B. Williams 
Henrv R. Hcnze 



T. S. Painter 
Austin Phelps 



George M. Derherd 
Edward Forgotson 
Sharlene B. Gerrick 
William J. Graber 
Alfredo Gutierrez 
Jack F. Hardwick 
Maurice E. Herring 
Grayce G. Hornung 



MEMBERS 
Charles E. Jones 
William L. Lirette 
Heriberto A. Pena 
Carlton D. Pittard 
Elizabeth Ann Randolph 
Marjorie Ring 
L. William Schleuse 
Pablo Stein 



George T. Stevens 
Gardner Thomas 
Harry N. Thomas 
Paul H. White 
Charles L. Wolf 
Albeit Worchel 
John M. Worrell 
Shao Chang Yin 



William L. Crofford 
Fredric W. Feist 
Charles H. Gregory 
George E. Keeler 



FALL INITIATES 

Frank E. Kendrick 
Howard W. Marker 
Hal E. Montgomery 
William F. Pipes 



Fred W. Riley 
Thomas C. Tips 
Betty N. Williams 
Angelyn A. Wuthrich 



Noeljean Adkins 
Gilbert W. Eklund 
Thomas R. Gambrell 
Jimmy H. Grant 



SPRING INITIATES 

Mark J. Kubala 
Jacob R. Morgan 
C. Jean Munroe 
Sherroll A. Neill 



J. Allen Reinarz 
Sanford E. Smith 
Kay Thomas 
Richard J. Thomson 



PAGE 110 



ALPHA KAPPA PSI 

HONORARY Bl SIM.SS SOCII.TY 
York University, 1904 
ha Chapter, 1915 



Fall 

LEWIS HERSHEL SHERIFF 
ROBERT ERNEST FIELDS 
DAVID SUMMERS DUNCAN 
LAURIN H. WATSON 




OFFICERS 



President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

LESLIE DAVID WOOD 
MARVIN EARL KING 
WALLACE LIONEL PELLERIN 
ROBERT HUGH ERWIN 



Jack William Cashin 
Daniel Mason Clark 
James Anderson Fitzgerald 
Joe B. Frantz 
Hubert Blackburn Jones 



FACULTY 
Edward Karl McGinnis 
I. E. McNeill 
Charles L. Prather 
John Edward Roche 
Alfred L. Seelye 



C. Aubrey Smith 
William R. Spriegel 
John Robert Stockton 
Wilfred Harvey Watson 
Samuel Mitchell Woolsey 



John William Anderson 
Morris E. Ashby 
Glen Ivan Banfield, Jr. 
Joe J. Barker 
Clarence Theo Blue 
James Edward Brill 
Karl T. Butz, Jr. 
Hill Christi 
Robert King Cornell 
Charles Edgar Curbo 
Dennis S. Davis 
Harold James Draper 
David Summers Dungan 
Robert Hugh Erwin 
James Maddrey Farabee 
Robert Ernest Fields 
Donald E. Fletcher 
Jerry C. Fugler 



MEMBERS 

Bruce C. Hallmark 
George Vernon Harren 
Neal A. Hawthorne 
Paul John Herrmann, Jr. 
William Claude House. Jr. 
James K. Jaynes 
Donley Duard Jordan 
William Glenn Kemp 
Marvin Earl King 
John O. Lange 
Charles Erwin Lasseter 
Richard Franklin Love 
Joseph John Marks 
Thomas Jesse May 
Norman Alfred Mueller, Jr. 
Edward H. Naberhaus 
Wallace Lionel Pellerin 



Johnny Vincent Piraino 
Richard Ben Rikli 
Rudolph Gus Seeberger. Jr. 
Lewis Hershel Sheriff 
Robert Hadley Smith 
Edmund Thomas Sulkevich 
George Beal Tankersley 
Winston Melvin Taylor 
Johnny Roland Thornhill 
McHenry Tichenor 
Jack J. Wallace 
Edward Joseph Walsh, Jr 
Laurin H. Watson 
James Conway Werchan 
Miles Davis Wilson 
Richard Orville Womack 
Leslie David Wood 
Charles Marvin Young 



Roger Lewis Beery 
John Victor Cline 
Frank William Colburn 
Robert Lester Duncan 
Alvin Lee Freeman 



SPRING INITIATES 

John Murray Greenwood. Jr. 
Richard C. Henshaw. Jr. 
Jack Carl Kelly 
William F. Kemp 



G. H. Lamphey 
Frank J. Marek 
Michael Phillip Mohler 
William Jackson Rattikin 
Robert Tyre Squyres 



PACE 1 1 1 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 



HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY FC 
Founded: University of 
Texas Chapte 



Fall 

SONYA ANNE INGWERSEN 
LINDA ELAINE REEVES 
MARILYN BIEL 
ALICE ELAINE SMITH . 




FRESHMEN WOMEN 
1924 



OFFI 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Spring 

HELEN CAMPBELL RIDDICK 
BEVERLY ANN GUINN 
KATHARINE MARGARET MAYS 
ALLISON GRAY 



Dorothy Gebauer 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Helen Flinn 



Barbara Sue Alpard 
Ruby Celeste Avery 
Katherine Barlow 
Margaret Clyde Barton 
Minna Alice Bernhardt 
Laura Holloway Becker 
Marilyn Biel 

Marjorie Janice Bourdon 
Nancye Gaye Burkhart 
Jo Anne Chapman 
Margaret Dougherty 
Genevieve Louise Dumas 
Pearl Grenader 
Lila Frances Hamner 
Emma Jean Hudgings 



MEMBERS 

Sonya Anne Ingwersen 
Katherine Jones 
Patricia Kendall 
Carolyn Ruth Kongabel 
Jonnie Elise Mims 
Mary Lou Moore 
Mary Jo Morgan 
Nancy Jayne Massey 
Georgia Nell Nutt 
Ruth Pendergrass 
Martha Lou Renfroe 
Linda Elaine Reeves 
Grace Sue Reiman 
Sue Anne Sanborn 
Shirley Jean Schoenbrum 



Vera Schmidt 
Alice Elaine Smith 
Mary Kathryn Smith 
Nellora Ruth Smith 
Shirley Ruth Sternberg 
Elizabeth Marie Strauss 
Shirley Strum 
Ann Lee Suggs 
Joann Thompson 
Nalda Van Brunt 
Lois Ann Weksler 
Betty Neal Williams 
Marian Arnold Williams 
Mary Jane Witcher 



Kathleen Armstrong 
Dorothy Elaine Avera 
Beverly Renee Bercu 
Mary Bannenbaum 
Carolyn Kent Carter 
Mary Claire Caswell 
Joanne Copeland 
Emily Estelle Dooley 
Norma Dell Dunlap 
Frances Anne Echols 
Barbara Kathryn Etchison 
Martha Gates 
Allison Gray 
Dorothy Louise Green 
Nancy Elizabeth Green 



SPRING INITIATES 

Beverly Ann Guinn 
Sondra Jo Hampton 
Mary Lou Hardy 
Wilhelmine Johanna Hicks 
Pearl Grace Klappenback 
Elizabeth Lockhart Mays 
Katherine Margaret Mays 
Jane Gay Maxwell 
Mary Margaret Miller 
Glenda Lee Mitchell 
Joan Morrison 
Doris Ann Petrusek 
Martha Powell 
Ruth Lorene Prouse 
Sharon Eileen Rice 



Helen Campbell Riddick 
Nancy Ann Ritter 
Mildred Ann Robins 
Catherine Antonia Rogowski 
Shirley Jean Rosenberg 
Elayne Donne Rubenstein 
Kathleen Doris Schulze 
Amelia Shifflett 
Henrietta Leigh Silverman 
Mary Beryl Spitzer 
Betty Jane Templeton 
Merle May Teschner 
Almarie Trantham 
Betty Lou Trapani 
Anne Elizabeth Wise 
Helen Heise Young 



PAGE 112 



BETA ALPHA PSI 



HONORARY AND 



PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING FRATERNITY 
^ University of Illinois, 1919 
Chapter, 1924 



Spring 

HORACE RHEA BROCK 
L. JACK LOVETTE 
EDITH HELEN WOOD . 
KEITH KOHN Cox 
WALLACE LEON SWENSON 
JIM G. ASHBURNE 




O 



President 
V ice-President . 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer . . . . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Faculty V ice-President . 



Fall 

HORACE RHEA BROCK 
L. JACK LOVETTE 
EDITH HELEN WOOD 
KEITH KOHN Cox 
WALLACE LEON SWENSON 
JIM G. ASHBURNE 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Jim G. Ashburne 
Edward S. Lynn 
Ishmael E. McNeill 
Philip T. Myers 
George Hillis Newlove 



C. Aubrey Smith 
Glenn A. Welsch 
John Arch White 
Samuel M. Woolsey, Jr. 



W. M. Aikman 
John B. Allred 
Walter C. Burer 
Gay Carroll 
C. H. Cavness 
Marquis G. Eaton 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Laurence H. Fleck 
Tom W. Leland 
Ronald L. McVey 
O. H. Maschek 
Clifton H. Morris 
Bouldin S. Mothershead 



Jay A. Phillips 
Earl F. Snow 
Arthur C. Upleger 
M. E. Webb 
Frank L. Wilcox 



Raymond Joseph Bock 
Horace Rhea Brock 
Jerome B. Burling 
M. Keith Caldwell 
Keith Kohn Cox 
John L. Fairey 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Billy Ben Goodrum 
Charles Henry Griffin 
Manfred Hoick, Jr. 
Ralph Marvin Jentsch 
Gabe Eric Larson 
Audrey Loudale Lay 



L. Jack Lovette 
Gerald Otis Murphy 
John Lane Peck 
Robert Boyce Sweeney 
Wallace Leon Swenson 
Edith Helen Wood 



Gordon L. Bowers 
Dena Lee Dickey 
James Travis Fort 
Richard Alan Freling 



FALL INITIATES 

Tommy Max Ledingham 
Thomas Jesse May 
Ernest Loyd Montgomery 
Ina Adele Serber 



Donald C. Owen 
Lewis Hershel Sheriff 
Othel D. Westfall 
Charles M. Young 



Howard M. Daniels 
Robert Hugh Erwin 
Olen Hilton Havens 
Joe Donald Hubbard 
Joan C. Jewett 
Sarah Jean Kay 



SPRING INITIATES 

Thomas J. Kelly 
William F. Kemp 
John Andrew Killough 
Harold G. Levell 
Harold Edward Paddock 
Charles William Pape 



James Earl Redfield 
William Esgar Roberts 
Mitchell Luther Sandel 
Frederick Lale Varnado 
Walter Williams 



I'v.l 11 1 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

HONORARY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIQJ^FRATERNITY 

Founded: University of Wisconsin, 1913 
Alpha Chapter, University ja/Te/Ufc, 1922 



Fall 

JOSEPH KENNETH BAILEY 
DOROTHY AYRES 
ISHMAEL EUGENE McNsiLL 




OFF 



President . 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Spring 

JOSEPH KENNETH BAILEY 
DOROTHY AYRES 
ISHMAEL EUGENE McNEiLL 



Jim G. Ashburne 
Dorothy Ayres 
Joseph Kenneth Bailey 
Jack William Cashin 
Aaron Hamilton Chute 
James Clay Dolley 
James Anderson Fitzgerald 
Richard Charles Henshaw 
Elizabeth Lanham 
Raymond Vincent Lesikar 
Edward Shird Lynn 



FACULTY 

Edward Karl McGinnis 
Ishmael Eugene McNeill 
Francis Barns May 
Philip T. Meyers 
Clark Everett Myers 
George Hillis Newlove 
Charles L. Prather 
John Edward Roche 
Carroll Day Simmons 
C. Aubrey Smith 



Everett Grant Smith 

William R. Spriegel 

John Robert Stockton 

Florence Stullken 

Ralph Burnham Thompson 

Stella Traweek 

Charles Edward Walker 

Glenn Albert Welsch 

John Arch White 

Erich Walter Zimmerman 

Charles T. Zlatkovich 



HONORARY MEMBERS 
Lester L. Colbert William L. Clayton 



Jim Lewis Bridges 
George E. Deshon 
Joseph Holmes Flaig, Jr. 
Ludy C. Hofmeister 



MEMBERS 

Harold Fred Kleinman 
Everett Smith McCrum 
Ralph Hain Mengel, II 
John Lane Peck 



Charles M. Prather 
Robert Page Smith 
Robert Boyce Sweeney 
Edith Hellen Wood 



Billy Joe Brown 

James Shelburne Bullion, Jr. 

Jerome Benton Burling 

Malvin Keith Caldwell 

Burton Bryant Chandler 

Alva M. Clutts 

James Travis Fort 

Martha Nell Smith Glenewinkel 

Harrell S. Hayden 



SPRING INITIATES 

Harris Lee Keller 
Audrey Loudale Lay 
Tommy Max Ledingham 
Edward Keith Lukin 
James Lewis Martin 
Celia Ann Morgan 
Daniel Croxton Morgan 
Jacob Richard Morgan 
Gilbert F. Nemec 
Kurt G. Radtke 



William Brown Schwarting 
Ina Adele Serber 
Lewis Herschel Sheriff 
Wallace Leon Swenson 
William Culwell Thomas 
Othel D. Turner 
Elma Dean Williams 
Barbara Jean Youmans 
Edward John Zatopek 



PAGE 114 



BLUESTOCKINGS 



PURPOSE: To bring toge 
English and to reach a bette 
Foun< 



uppcrclassmen girls having a high scholastic average in 
^erstanding of contemporary literature and its background. 
University of Texas, 1941 




Fall 

MARY CARVER 
JENNY LIND PORTER . 
JOAN GRAY .... 
MAXINE BUCHANAN . 
MAURINE E. MITCHELL 
THOMAS MABRY CRANFILL 



OFFICERS 

President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Reporter . 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

MARY CARVER 
JENNY LIND PORTER 
JOAN GRAY 
MAXINE BUCHANAN 
MAURINE E. MITCHELL 
THOMAS MABRY CRANFILL 



Frances Kendall Atkins 
Sybil L. Autrey 
Letricia Jomary Bennett 
Rose Towers Brune 
Maxine Buchanan 
Mary Carver 

Esther Evelyn Christenson 
Catherine Jones Clardy 
Q. Coleen Clements 
Dorothy H. Cook 
Donna Evelyn Davis 
Patricia Davis 
Frances Starr Davis 



MEMBERS 

Annette Edwards 
Mary Sue Edwards 
Mary Ellen Ford 
Joan Gray 
Lola Beth Green 
Dorothy Joanne Harris 
Nellie Hill 

Suzanne Ilyne Kauffman 
Elizabeth Ladon 
Julie Lockman 
Barbara Mays 
Betty Joyce Miller 
Joyce Milton 



Maurine E. Mitchell 
Jenny Lind Porter 
Betty Ann Rankin 
Evelyn Shelby Reed 
Sara Lou Rumbo 
Dolores Antoinette Russell 
Anne Katherine Schuler 
Ann Kelley Scott 
Muriel L. Stubbs 
Betty Sue Swann 
Nancy Dale Torrance 
Frances Euline Williams 
Gloria Jean Wilson 
Bee B. Wright 



Patricia Louise Burleigh 
Joeene Nan Foley 
Carolyn Foreman 
Marilyn Gann 
Marilyn Haley 



SPRING INITIATES 

Nivea M. Hernandez 
Mary Charlotte Hoehn 
Shirley Joyce Ing 
Erma Jean Long 
Virginia Ann McCrary 



Patricia Marquodt 
Marianne Morris 
Phyllis Maurine Vogtborg 
Bette Lynn Walter 
Carol Jean Wesner 



PAGE 115 



DELTA SIGMA PI 

PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION! FRATERNITY 

>57 

Founded: New York UniveMW/7907 

^vr f 

Beta Kappa 



Fall 

GEORGE C. BARANOWSKI 
JAMES THOMAS GADDY , 
JOE ALAN ST. JOHN . 
ARTHUR WILLIAM ROSE 
GABRIEL ERIC LARSON 




Head Master . 
Senior Warden 
Junior Warden 
Treasurer . 
Secretary . 



Spring 

ARTHUR W. ROSE 
WELDON E. GARDEN 
WILFORD R. PRUETT 
J. RUSSELL TEAGUE 
GEORGE T. FRAZIER 



Stanley A. Arbingast 
Jim G. Asburne 
Joseph K. Bailey 
William Paxton Boyd 
Aaron Hamilton Chute 
Franklin Lanier Cox 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

James Clay Dolley 
James R. Kay 
Sam Leifeste 
Raymond V. Lesikar 
Clark E. Myers 
Henry T. Owen 
John Allen Ryan 



Everett G. Smith 
Ralph B. Thompson 
Charls Walker 
Glenn A. Welsch 
John Arch White 
Charles T. Zlatkovich 



George C. Baranowski 
Walter Francis Brown 
Weldon E. Garden 
Howard Richard DuPuy 
James Thomas Gaddy 



MEMBERS 
Wendell Leon Herron Philip A. Nelson, Jr. 



Gabriel Eric Larson 
James Marvin Leath 
Richard Francis Little 
Carroll Jack Mahoney 



Charles W. Ransdell 
Arthur William Rose 
Joe Alan St. John 
John Bass Selman 



Jack R. Sowell 
Peter Nicholas Stankosky 
James Russell Teague 
John A. Vance, Jr. 
James David White 



FALL INITIATES 



Ben Thomas Baty 
James Edward Bedrich 
Joseph Stuart Brand 
James Leon Bussey 
Flavil (Mike) H. Caskey 



Reagan Wood Dees 
Earl LeRoy Eckhoff 
George Thomas Frazier 
Charles Warren Genthner 
Troy Lee Hand 



James Kenton Jones 
Joel Ray Miller 
Robert E. Milstead 
Wilford R. Pruett 
Maxel B. Silverberg 



Calvin J. Smith 
Eugene Linscomb Smith 
E. L. Tankersley 
Thomas Frank Tapman 
Walter Williams 



William Vernie Barnes 
Horace Rhea Brock 
Louis Dugas 
James Eugene Estes 
William Scott Garrison, Jr. 



SPRING INITIATES 

William Donald Greene 
Wilbur Eugene Hemperley 
Walter Wade Holly 
Harold Gene Levell 



William Park McCIure 
Buford D. McKinney 
Fred John Ribar 
Milton Lyle Smith 
Jessie William Stuckey 



PAGE 116 



ETA KAPPA NU 



HONORARY 

Foun 



Fall 

CHARLES DAWES TIPTON 
CECIL BEN SHELMAN . 
ROBERT Louis ZINKE . 
SAM M. WEAVER 
KENNETH JACKSON Cox 



JCTRICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY 
Jniversity of Illinois, 1904 
Chapter, 1928 




OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Recording Secretary . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

SAM M. WEAVER 
ROBERT Louis ZINKE 
REGINALD O. MEDLIN, JR. 
LOREN H. VAUGHAN 
WILLIAM CLEMENTS HALLMARK 



Frederick Emerson Brooks 
Edith Clarke 
Cullen Malone Grain 
Burns Newman Gafford 
Collier Read Cranberry 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

William H. Hartwig 
Roy R. Krezdorn 
Chi-Sun Lin 
Rubin W. Ludwig 



William James McKune 
Harold Wood Smith 
Archie Waugh Straiten 
Robert W. Warner 
Willis Raymond Woolrich 



Charlie Dale Anderson 
Abdel-Kader O. Ayoub 
Ray Earl Cooper 
Kenneth Jackson Cox 
Lee Leland Evans 
Tom Eugene Fairey 



MEMBERS 

Don G. Fischer 

John Nile Fischer 

William Clements Hallmark 

Don Penn Harris 

Paul Hertel, Jr. 

Robert Wayne Hunke 

Ben J. Leon 



Reginald Otto Medlin, Jr. 
Alton S. Ray, Jr. 
Charles Dawes Tipton 
Marion B. Tomme 
Sam M. Weaver 
Robert Louis Zinke 



Glenn E. Deakins 
William R. Foote 
Olin S. Hockaday 
William C. Hughes 



SPRING INITIATES 

Wayman A. Ivy 
Benny F. Johnson 
Walter M. Phillips 
Elgin B. Robertson 



Alton W. Sissom 
Bob I. Vancil 
William Weigler 
Everett H. Wilson 



PACK 117 



FRIARS 



PURPOSE: To Confer the Honor of Membership upon Ujfe-Jwelve or Less Most Eligible Men 

Chosen From Each Senior Cftis/j/r Higher 

Founded: The Universi>f Tineas, 1911 




FACULTY 



MBERS 



Charles T. Clark 
William A. Cunningham 
Cover (Ox) Emerson 
James Pinckney Hart 
Gus M. Hodges 
Joe Malik, Jr. 



Arno Nowotny 
Edwin W. Olle 
Allan Shivers 
A. M. G. Swenson 
Jack Greer Taylor 
Claude Voyles 



MEMBERS 
Robert Louis Blumenthal 

Henry Gordon Braswell 

Glenn Ellis Brooks, Jr. 

Robert Charles Duke 

Donald Eastland 

Wilson F. Foreman 
Edward Everette Frost 

Bruce Staffel Meador 

Calvin Cleave Nolen 

Ralph Erb Person 

Sterling Wallace Steves 

Kimbal Stuart Watson 



SPRING INITIATES 



Lee Edward Alderdice 



Tom Rush Moody, Jr. 



Lawrence L. Beason 



Stanley David Rosenberg 



PAGE 118 



KAPPA BETA PI 



HONORARY FRATE 



Y FOR WOMEN IN LAW SCHOOL 



Fall 

CHARLOTTE ANNE TONROY 
EDNA E. CISNEROS .... 
KATHERINE WILHELMINE CONTI . 
SARA ANN McAusTER 
HELEN HARGRAVE 




O 

Dean 
Associate Dean 
Registrar 
Chancellor . 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

CHARLOTTE ANNE TONROY 
EDNA E. CISNEROS 
KATHERINE WILHELMINE CONTI 
SARA ANN MCALISTER 
HELEN HARGRAVE 



MEMBERS 
Marian Oldfather Boner 

Mary Joe D. Carroll 

Edna E. Cisneros 

Katherine Wilhelmine Conti 
Natalie Floy Hegdal 

Sara Ann McAlister 

Charlotte Anne Tonroy 
Martha Lou Ware 



SPRING INITIATES 
Argentina Mary Cronfel 

Patricia Hinds 

Shirley W. Maglin 

Patricia Sandlin Pennington 



K ll'l 



MU PHI EPSILON 



HONORARY MUSIC FRATERNITY 

Founded: Metropolitan College foe 
Mu Theta Chapte 



Fall 

GWENDOLYN JUNE STOKES 
VIRGINIA RATCLIFF 
SHIRLEY VAN CLEAVE 
M. EVELYN DEAN 
MARY MORGAN 
SHIRLEY LEWIS 




WOMEN 

c, 1903 



OFFICE 



President .... 
Vice-President 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer .... 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

CAROLINE DEAN WILLIAMS 
M. EVELYN DEAN 
SUE ANNE SANBORN 
MARY MORGAN 
CLEMENTINE WHITE 
SHIRLEY LEWIS 



MEMBERS 

Mary Frances Adams 
M. Evelyn Dean 

Anita Joyce Gilstrap 

Mary Morgan Glass 
Julia Ann Hagood 
Ruthanne Huser 
Mary Morgan 

E. Virginia Ratcliff 

Gwendolyn June Stokes 

Gladys Virginia Taylor 

Mary Shirley Van Cleave 
Clementine White 

Caroline Dean Williams 



PLEDGES 



Sue Anne Sanborn 



Betty Jo Taylor 



OMICRON NU 



NATIONAL HONORA 



Fall 

JAWS MARIE DECHMAN 
MILDRED R. LEY . 
MILDRED R. LEY 
DONNA JEANNE LA BOUNTY 
DONNA JEANNE LA BOUNTY 



SOCIETY FOR HOME ECONOMICS STUDENTS 
Michigan State College 
So Chapter, 1924 




President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Editor 



Spring 

DONNA JEANNE LA BOUNTY 
LADY CLYDE HODGES 
MILDRED R. LEY 
MARY Jo KENNY 
MARY ROSE BRADY 



Mary Wickson Barduhn 
Carol Lucille Engebretson 
Janet Connor Fitzgerald 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Bess Heflin 
Lucy Rathbone 
Frances M. Spratt 



Elizabeth Tarpley 
Jennie J. Wilmot 
Katherine Young 



MEMBERS 



Mary Rose Brady 

Barbara Jean Brown 

Billy B. Davenport 

Janis Marie Dechman 

Lady Clyde Hodges 

Mary Jo Kenny 



Donna Jeanne La Bounty 
Mildred R. Ley 

Ann Margaret McNeill 

Donna Boyd Tullis 

Laurel Earline Weddle 

Carolyn Jean White 



SPRING INITIATES 



Marcia Beth Cooper 

Marilee Dunstan 

Jamee Ellen Ewing 

Brenda Lou Green 



Martha Emily Griffith 

Shirley Jean Hamilton 

Pe ggy Jy ce Jamison 

Doris Catherine Miller 



PACK 121 



PHI BETA KAPPA 



Founded, William and Mary 
Alpha Chapter,. 



Spring 

ANNIE IRVINE 
MRS. JAMES P. HART 
HARRY RANSOM 




OFFIC 



1776 



Fall 



President ANNIE IRVINE 

V ice-President MRS. JAMES P. HART 

Secretary-Treasurer .... HARRY RANSOM 



MEMBERS 



CLASS OF MAY, 1952 

James Hunter Brentlinger 
Doris Lee Hall 
Mary Gene Johnson 
Jimmy Milton Miller 
Wayne Carlton Odom 
Betty Jeanne Bynum Parten 
Janice Rowell 
Bobby Louis Temple 
Mary Elaine Willborn 

CLASS OF AUGUST, 1952 
Robert Joel Hearon, Jr. 
Virginia Lee Morrisson 
Patricia Lou Sandlin 
George Harris Sullivan 

CLASS OF JANUARY, 1952 
Esther Evelyn Christenson 
John Paul Hanna 
James H. McCrary 
Marianne Morris 
Joseph Addison Olmstead 
Mary F. Gillespie Monroe Srott 
Hugh Darrell Williams 

ELECTED AS JUNIORS 

Frank Erwin Kendrick, Jr. 



Harold Stanley Kost 
William Ingo Marschall 
Louis William Schleuse, Jr. 

CLASS OF JANUARY, 1953 
James H. McCrary 
Patty Ray Parrish 

CLASS OF MAY, 1953 
Frances Kendall Atkins 
Thelma Louise Baker 
Glenn Ellis Brooks, Jr. 
Maxine Buchanan 
Frances Elaine Folley 
Edward Forgotson 
Patricia Hinds 
Grayce Geraldine Hornung 
Charles Eric Jones 
Suzanne Ilyne Kauffman 
Edmund Dillahunty Looney 
Charles Rudolph McCord 
Leva La Rue McFarland 
Barbara Mays 
Carol Louise Moak 
George Phillip Sarrafian 
Jack Clifford Stillinger 
Shirley Louise Van Wormer Stillinger 



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PHI ETA SIGMA 



HONORARY 

Foun 



Fall 

ROBERT FONDA GRIBBLE 
CARL THEODORE LEVANDER 
GERALD LYNN BURTON . 
GEORGE EDWARD No WOT NY 
WILLIAM GILBRETH BARBER 
GLENN ELLIS BROOKS 
ARNO NOWOTNY 



)LASTIC FRATERNITY FOR MEN 

Diversity of Illinois, 1923 
exaS^Siiapter, 1931 




President 

V ice-President . 

Secretary-Treasu rer 

Historian 

Junior Advisor . 

Senior Advisor . 

Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

ROBERT FONDA GRIBBLE 
CARL THEODORE LEVANDER 
GERALD LYNN BURTON 
GEORGE EDWARD NOWOTNY 
WILLIAM GILBRETH BARBER 
GLENN ELLIS BROOKS 
ARNO NOWOTNY 



Thomas Edward Laughlin 



MEMBERS-AT-LARGE 

Thomas Ross Gambrell Dave Harrell Williams 



Bascom Barry Hayes 



James Pinckney Hart 



Arno Nowotny 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Theophilus Shickel Painter 



Robert Lee Rutherland 



FALL 1951 INITIATES 



Joseph Weldon Beasley 
Keith Gates Brown 
Everett Foy Clement 
George Michael Decherd 
Jose Gonzales-Vidal 



James Franklin Gilbert 
Thomas Vernon Greer 
Harry Pat Hewell 
Agil Earl Hodges 
Benny Frank Johnson 



Charles Eric Jones 
James Richard Kidwell 
Milton Dale Lower 
Robert J. Munn, Jr. 
William Kent Murphy 



Donald Charles Smith 
Preston James Tillery 
Jerome Stanley Wilkenfeld 
Dave Harrell Williams 



SPRING 1952 INITIATES 



George Clifford Anderson 
William Augustus Berry 
Robert Myron Bigelow, Jr. 
Jorge M. Bilbao 
Sam Charles Bradshaw 
Gerald Lynn Burton 
Charles Hylton Gallery, Jr. 
Chester Arthur Clayton 
John Victor Cline 
John Michael Collins 
Ben Milton Cummins 
David Shelby Dale 
Bailey E. Daugherty, Jr. 



Robert Zempter Eanes 
George Thomas Frazier 
Thomas Ross Gambrell 
Richard E. Goldsmith 
Robert Fonda Gribble 
Don Arthur Hart, Jr. 
Douglas Hart 
Richard Hernandez, Jr. 
Clifton Lee Hodges, Jr. 
George Rudolph Kartezenias 
James Howard Keahey 
Gordon Paul Kirton 
Donald Holm Kobe 



Tohn Carl Landa 
Duane Eugene Landry 
Thomas Edward Laughlin, Jr. 
Kung Hsing Lee 
Carl Theodore Levander 
Donald George McDavid 
Muckleroy McDonnold, Jr. 
Gene Lewis Naegelin 
Ernest Virgil Nau 
Sherroll Aubrey Neill 
George Edward Nowotny 
Charles Richard Otey 
William Farrar Pipes 



Dan Earl Polter 
Leonard William Raif 
Robert Nelson Robertson 
Jerome Charles Robinson 
Kendal True Rogers 
Charles Joe Stalmach, Jr. 
Philip Mayes Stark 
Jacob Harris Stillman 
Kay Thomas 
loel David Toole 
David Robert Webb, Jr. 
Bob Jon White 
Claude Finley Williamson 
Kendall Cole Wise 



Samir J. Abdennour Roland Edmund Dahlin 

Karl John Amelang Bascom Barry Hayes 

Alan E. Barnes Harry Lee Hudspeth 

James Richard Clendenen 



FALL 1952 INITIATES 

Toe Lewis Ireland Nathan Murillo Robert Eugene Reynolds 

Russell L. Kelfer Husni Yusuf Ramahi Robert Lynn Butts Tobin 

Liang Tong (Timothy) Liu Raymond Franklin Rabke, Jr. John McLeave Watts 

Gary Young 

SPRING 1953 INITIATES 



Allan Britt Adkins 
Thomas Scott Allen 
John Eldon Anderson 
W. David L. Appling 
Tames Edwin Barnes 
V. Clark Beaird 
Eugene Court Bell 
Richard F. Bergner 
Arval W. Bohn 
O. Ray Cable, Jr. 
Wesley M. Callaway, Jr. 
John Walter Clark 
Vincent Crixell 
Robert Dale Cummings 



Jimmie Joe Davis 
Joe E. Davis, Jr. 
Robert Lee Davison 
Richard A. Doores 
Allie Durrell Douthit 
Robert L. Dow 
E. Royce Dyer 
Irvin A. Ebaugh, Jr. 
Charles W. Ellis 
Alan E. Fogelberg 
Larry I. Fradkin 
William R. Gibbs 
Frank William Gonzalez 
Ronald D. Greenberg 



S. Louis Greenberg 
Harry R. Havens 
Benny Harry Hughes 
Darrell C. Jewett 
Nicholas Johnson 
Eric Lynn Jones 
James J. Kent 
Robert H. Kinsey 
Bob Patrick Knight 
Morris S. Knox 
Donald E. Krause 
Donald E. Lewis 
Harry J. Logan 
J. Bernard Lovejoy 



Herbert M. Loyd 
Charles D. McGinnis 
Humboldt C. Mandell, Jr. 
Paul E. Martin 
Kacey Raeburn Miller 
Melvin L. Miller 
Robert J. Montgomery 
Clifford E. Morgan 
William W. Morris 
Clovis C. Morrisson 
Roy William Mouer 
W. Eugene Myers 
C. Kemper Perkins 
Robert E. Pollak 



Thomas E. Rankin 
Jerry Romotsky 
Eugene B. Russell 
David S. Shelmire 
Fred F. Simmons 
Jerry Neil Smith 
Jimmie V. Stovall 
James E. Suehs 
Edward C. Tarte 
Newton E. Ward, Jr. 
Donald R. Warren 
William H. Whited 
Sammy L. Wilson 
Terry Wiseman 
Joseph W. Wolfe 



PAOF. 123 



PHI MU ALPHA 

HONORARY MUSIC FRATEI 
Founded: New England 

The University of Texa^^Kapter/"f942 



Fall 

LAWRENCE ROBERT RAST 
LAFALCO ROBINSON 
CARL McCoMB LOBITZ 
WESLEY CLARK FLINN . 
THOMAS WYNN ANDERSON 




RS 



President 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Warden 



Spring 

WESLEY CLARK FLINN 
C. W. REYNOLDS 
JACK WILSON ORMAND 
GERRE EDWARD HANCOCK 
CHARLES EAGLE 



FACULTY 
Archie N. Jones 

HONORARY MEMBER 
Howard Hanson 



MEMBERS 



Thomas Wynn Anderson 
John Michael Collins 
Robert Perry Curtis 
Wendell Butler Daniel 
Charles Thomas Eagle, Jr. 
Jack E. Featherston 
Wesley Clark Flinn 
Frederick Andrew Foeh, Jr. 
Ben I. Gomez, Jr. 
Marion Sherman Griffith, Jr. 
Robert G. Haltiner 
Gerre Edward Hancock 
Roy L. Higgins 
Walton Don Hood 
John Henry King 



Carl McComb Lobitz 
Elmo Lopez 

James Francis Mabry, III 
James D. Miller 
Ivan Ronald Olsen 
Jack Wilson Ormand 
Harold John Rademacher 
Lawrence Robert Rast 
C. W. Reynolds 
LaFalco Robinson 
Jimmie Don Tryer 
Charles W. Vandevoort 
Fred Theodore Viehweg 
William E. Walling 
Royce Lynn Whittier 



SPRING INITIATES 



Norman Douglas Cunningham 
William Diehl 

Manuel Garza 

Robert Lester Hubbard 



James Howard Keahy 

Sidney Buell Sims, Jr. 
George Thompson 

Lewis Taylor Ward 



PACE 124 



PI LAMBDA THETA 



HONO 
Fou 



Fall 

KATHLEEN GLAZE 
LLOYL DOLL MARTIN . 
GLADYS VIRGINIA TAYLOR 
VIRGINIA ANN McCRARY . 
SALLY WHEELER . . . . 
THELMA ANDERSON BOLLMAN 



IY EDUCATION FRATERNITY 
^niversity of Missouri, 1912 
Chapter, 1926 




President 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer .... 
Sponsor .... 



Spring 

KATHLEEN GLAZE 
LLOYL DOLL MARTIN 
GLADYS VIRGINIA TAYLOR 
VIRGINIA ANN McCRARY 
SALLY WHEELER 
THELMA ANDERSON BOLLMAN 



Mary Alice Arnold 
Thelma Anderson Bollman 
Mary Evelyn Buice 
Mary Josephine Casey 
Nelia Fox 
Frances Frcese 



FACULTY 

Dorothy Louise Gebauer 
Kathleen Adele Glaze 
Irene Healy 

Mary Bell Granger James 
Cora Merriman Martin 
Sallie Beth Moore 



Clara Parker 
Phyllis Richards 
lone Petty Spears 
Florence Elizabeth Spencer 
Elizabeth Tarpley 



MEMBERS 



Mary Charlotte Alexander 
Mary Alice Arnold 
Mary Elizabeth Barekman 
Eva Manning Bayne 
Thelma Anderson Bollman 
Theda Kirby Bost 
Helen Boysen 
Bessie Lindell Brown 
Mary Evelyn Buice 
Theresa Carrell 
Bertha Florence Casey 
Mary Josephine Casey 
Margaret E. Chapman 
Letha A. Conradt 
Katherine Cook 
Geneva Corder 
Frances Crawford 
Sister John Marie Davis 
Gabriella Day 
Lois Hughes Dimmick 
Irene Dixon 
Ruth Dunn 
Mary Dvoracek 
Jean Granger Felder 



Frances Meyer Fergusor 

Mary Lee Fleming 

Nelia Fox 

Frances Freese 

Minna S. Garner 

Dorothy Louise Gebauer 

Alma Green 

Kathleen Adele Glaze 

Cicily S. Goff 

Mary Frances Going 

Dorothy Fehlis Greenwood 

Margaret Halm Gregory 

Betty Lou Ham 

Marie Hayes 

Irene Healy 

Charlotte Heyman 

Elizabeth Hill 

Helen Hill 

Mary Amelia Hutchins 

Annie Igoe 

Melba Haworth Jackson 

Mary Bell Granger James 

Ruth Rhodes Joseph 



Gladys Lawther Kantz 

Margaret Kennedy 

Helen L. Koch 

Ella Wilson Lanier 

Bernice Katherine Ladbetter 

Willie Long 

Mary Virginia Ellis Love 

Carmen Ercell Lowry 

Etelka Schmidt Lynn 

Virginia Ann McCrary 

Esther Carroll McClung 

Cora Merriman Martin 

Lloyl Doll Martin 

Mildred Pickle Mayhall 

Catherine Miller 

Sallie Beth Moore 

Marie Betyner Morrow 

Ada Maude Owen 

Clara Parker 

Lydia Edith Parker 

Madlyn Pollan 

Virginia Price 

Ann Rankin 



Phyllis Richards 
Iris Shuford 
Mary Margie Simms 
Maggie S. Sloan 
Mary Speaker 
lone Petty Spears 
Florence Elizabeth Spencer 
Jeanette Probst Tabb 
Florence Elizabeth Tarpley 
Gladys Virginia Taylor 
Vallie Sue Thompson 
Virginia Warner Tiemann 
Ethel Umstattd 
Josefina R. Varias 
Julie Vivian 
Carolyn Walther 
Mary Julia Watson 
Sally Wheeler 
Winnie Wilkins 
Charlene Williams 
Bernadine Willingham 
Mary Alice Wood 
Epsie Young 



SPRING 1952 INITIATES 



Pat Avery 
Marilyn Anderson 
Maurine Bridwell 
Ivella James Christian 
Barbara Clary 
Minnie Lozier Condon 



Mary Patricia Dowell 
Caroline Dowell 
Florence Elizabeth Fitch 
Loretta Hoke 
Phyllis Lombard 
Marguerite Munch 



Margie Nell Parker 
Carrie Jane Powers 
Carmen Quinto 
Virginia Rogers 
Nan Stockton 
Lola Tullos 



Billie Grace Ungerer 
Grace Vinson 
Joan Webb 
Barbara Williams 
Frances Marie Williams 



Martha Albritton 
Peggy Charlene Laws 



SUMMER 1952 INITIATES 

Virginia McCrary 
Myrtle Mae Roos 



Margaret Crouch Smith 
Gladys Virginia Taylor 



FALL 1952 INITIATES 



Lean Lee Ashmorr 
Billie R. Burk 
Lillian Curran 
Jcssamon Dawe 



Janis Dechman 
Janet Gilstrap 
Barbara R. Gliddon 
Jessie Haag 



Shirley Hord 
Velma T. Jaeggli 
Margaret Kilgore 
Bennie Nipper 



Mary Jo Riley 
Olive Strange 
Cornelia Ruth Upshaw 
Vivian Zehrer 



PACE 125 



PI SIGMA ALPHA 



NATIONAL HONORARY POLITICAL 

Founded: The University of T 



SCIEI" 



Fall 

FRANCIS A. MISKELL . 
JOHN F. HALTON . 
JAMES A. HANKERSON . 
JAMES R. ROACH 




OFFICERS 

President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Sponsor 



FRATERNITY 

920 



Spring 

FRANCIS A. MISKELL 
JOHN F. HALTON 
JAMES A. HANKERSON 
JAMES R. ROACH 



J. Alton Burdine 
Howard A. Calkins 
Janice Christensen 
Horace V. Harrison 
William S. Livingston 



FACULTY 

H. Malcolm MacDonald 
J. Lloyd Mecham 
Joe W. Neal 
C. Perry Patterson 
Dick S. Payne 



Emmette S. Redford 
Eduard Taborsky 
Wilfred D. Webb 
O. Douglas Weeks 
Pablo M. Ynsfran 



George R. Abernathy, Jr. 
Winston Lamar Adkins 
Marvin Howard Alisky 
Hameed A.H. Al-Qaysi 
Joseph Kenneth Bailey 
Garland Erastus Bayliss 
Robert Sherman Bennett 
James H. Brentlinger 
David H. Brune 
Robert A. Buckholdt 
Patricia Louise Burleigh 
Frank Thomas Cadena 
Anne Chambers 
Jamie Hagger Clements 
Edmond Lewis Cogburn 
Timothy Buckley Cobb 
Allan Lancaster Dabney 
Caroline Dowell 
Patrick Allen Flynn 
Pat Henry Gardner 
John Gillespie 



MEMBERS 

Reverdy T. Gliddon 
Jerome Carl Goldstein 
William Griffen 
Thomas Hughes Handy 
John Paul Hanna 
J. Anne Harrington 
Grover Carlton Harris, Jr. 
James Robert Harris 
Nollie W. Hickman 
Vernon Barnes Hill 
Patricia Hinds 
Jackson Chandler Hubbard 
Penrose B. Jackson 
Cecil Earl Johnson 
Robert Nathah Katz 
Herbert Howard Lang 
Frank Marshall Lewis 
Rosa Lewis 

James Daniel McKeithan 
Laura Madge Maier 
Leonard Parkhurst Masters 



Barbara Mays 

Clarence Harold Mendel 

Anne Wilmoth Montgomery 

Robert A. Najjar 

Eharhardt Victor Niemeyer, Jr. 

Joe Walter Nolley 

Charles F. Petet, Jr. 

Frederick Braun Pike 

James LaGrande Read 

Ernest Gene Reeves 

Oliver Morris Refsell 

Gerald Richbook 

Richard Spotswood Robertson 

John Lester Sims 

Daljeet Singh 

James M. Strock 

Charles W. Van Cleave 

Loretta Jean Wesley 

Hugh Darrell Williams 

Dorman Hayward Winfrey 

Harry Norman Wisniewski 



PACE 126 



PI TAU SIGMA 



NATIONAL HONO 



MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY 
^University of Illinois, 1915 
as Kappa, 1931 




Fall 

CECIL RAY SPARKS 
STEWART MAXWELL CAMPBELL 
ROBERT GLENN BARRICK . 
RAYMOND FLOYD PERNER 
CALVIN LARUE BARKER 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
V ice-President 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer . 



Spring 

WALTER E. TEDFORD 
CHARLES P. HARRIS 
ALBERT C. KYSER 
J. MAXWELL COOKSEY 
CALVIN LARUE BARKER 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Billy Howard Amstead 
Millard Vernon Barton 
Rinaldo A. Bacon 
Myron Louis Begeman 
Leonard R. Benson 
Howard Earl Brown 
William Junius Carter 
Joseph Winthrop Dalley 
Venton Levy Doughtie 
Carl John Eckhardt 
Wellborn Royston Hudson 
Harry Llewellyn Kent 



Leonardt Ferdinand Kreisle 
Wayne Eggleston Long 
Henry Grady Rylander 
Byron Elliot Short 
William Holland Shutts 
Robert Dean Slonneger 
Horace Eugene Staph 
Milton John Thompson 
Burnett Forrest Treat 
John Reid Watt 
Willis Raymond Woolrich 



MEMBERS 



Calvin LaRue Barker 
Robert Glenn Barrick 
Edwin Hart Block 
Stewart Maxwell Campbell 
Hi Chang Chai 
Calvin Coolidge Chervinka 
James Maxwell Cooksey 
Norman R. Cooper 
Donald James Douglass 
Marvin Alex Drews 



Charles Maness Halsell 
Charles P. Harris 
Jimmy Howard Henson 
Albert Curry Kyser 
Raymond Floyd Pemer 
Donald Louie Schmidt 
Cecil Ray Sparks 
Walter Edgar Tedford 
Wilford Carl Wilde 
Adrian Dawson Wilkinson, Jr. 



SPRING INITIATES 



Kenneth L. Kotzebue 
James B. Kyser 



James L. Warner 
Edwin Charles Young 



PAGE 127 



RHO CHI 



NATIONAL HONORARY PHARMACEJ^BlCAL SOCIETY 

Founded: University of Miojffifa//1922 

Texas Nu Chapt)4?192S 



Fall 

ROBERT BRYAN ALLISON 
JAMES PERRY FIELDS . 
WALLACE Louis GUESS 




OFFIC 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Spring 

ROBERT BRYAN ALLISON 
JAMES PERRY FIELDS 
WALLACE Louis GUESS 



FACULTY 



Carl Clarence Albers 
Henry Matthew Burlage 
Robert F. Doerge 
William Francis Gidley 
Vernon A. Green 
Wallace Louis Guess 
Esther Jane Wood Hall 
Ruth R. Ham 



Tony Everett Jones 
William Reese Lloyd 
Frederick Valentine Lofgren 
Joseph R. Moreno 
William Rust Neville 
William J. Sheffield 
Charles O. Wilson 
Simon Yotive 



MEMBERS 



Robert Bryan Allison 
William Jackson Campbell 
Wilfred Arthur Cross 
Hector Rafael Estrada 
Bonnie Lorene Evans 
James Perry Fields 
Rudolf C. Garber 
Jordan William Kaufman 



Marvin R. Moon 

Imo Knox Meyer 

Lionel Rangel 

James C. Sargent 

Herbert Frederick Schwartz 

Henry Abraham Wertheimer 

Leon Otto Wilken, Jr. 



SPRING INITIATES 



Thomas H. Glover 
Susan Harkrider 
Thomas A. Hutchinson 
James R. Kidwell 
Ho well S. McCreary 
Hazel O. Maultsby 
William K. Murphy 



Arnold Nitishin 
Robert C. Page 
Charles E. Taylor 
Thomas A. Thompson 
Murph N. Thorp, Jr. 
Sylvia A. Trundle 
Arthur Tripp 



PAOE 128 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 



NATION 

Fou\i 



Fall 

WILLIAM NEFF PATMAN 
ROBERT L. ARMSTRONG 
JERRY DAN GODWIN 
CHAUNCE OLCOTT THOMPSON 



JONORARY MILITARY SOCIETY 
University of Wisconsin, 1904 
Chapter, 1949 

8th REGIMENT 




ICERS 



Captain 

First Lieutenant 
Second Lieutenant 
First Sergeant . 



Spring 

DONALD JAMES DOUGLASS 
CHAUNCE OLCOTT THOMPSON 
SYRAS DEAN BROWNING 
CLAUDE MADISON WEAVER 



FACULTY MEMBERS 
Lieutenant Colonel George Elmer Bartling, USAF Lieutenant Colonel Walter Franklin Diesem, USA 

UJ?^. 

Major James Hart Pope, USMC 



MEMBERS 



George N. Allen, Jr. 
Robert L. Armstrong 
Billy J. Barnes 
Howard L. Brainin 
Siras Dean Browning 
John A. Clary 
Don Lee Copeland 
Donald James Douglass 
Fredric Warren Feist 
Donald E. Giovannetti 
Jerry Dan Godwin 
W. Carter Grinstead 
William M. Harris 
Jack G. Jones 
Leonard Karotkin, Jr. 



James Lauderdale 
Nickolas P. Mitchell 
William Neff Patman 
Donald G. Perwein 
William A. Petry 
James Heath Rawles 
Bruce Harold Rhiddlehoover 
Rawland Leon Scott 
Harry G. Scurlock 
Joseph N. Smith 
Thomas Allan Stevenson 
Chaunce Olcott Thompson 
William Eric Tucker 
Claude Madison Weaver, II 
Hugh Darrell Williams 



GRADUATE MEMBERS 

Roscoe Hartt Cannon, Jr. William Scott Swearingen 

Bobby Wayne Hodges 



SPRING INITIATES 



Lawson Lindell Beason 
Robert Louis Blumanthall 
Gerald A. Briscoe 
Charles Hylton Callery, Jr. 
Oren H. Ellis 
Kenneth Pressly Finch 
Clay W. G. Fulcher 
Herman E. Haenel 



Thad Harold Hardin 
Lorimer Kenneth Hill 
Julian Victor Horwitz 
Richard Spotswood Robertson 
Joseph Wright Sentell 
Robert B. Smith 
Arthur A. Wisakowski 



PACE 129 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 



HONORARY MUSIC ORGANIZATION 

Founded: University of Michigan ScJ] 
The University of 



Fall 

MARTHA ANN ROSBOROUGH 
MARIE YVONNE BRULET . 
Lois DOROTHY BLAIS 
MARTHA ANN MARTIN . 
DIXIE CUNDIFF 
ANN DYKE SHAFER . 
MARILYN JOAN RUPE 




R WOMEN 

Music, 1903 



President 
\ 
V ice-President 

Recording Secretary . 

Corresponding Secretary 

Treasurer 

Chaplain 

Editor 



Spring 

CATHERINE JONES 
LOLA KAY PALMER 
LUCY LEE SPEAKER 
MERRIE DAVELLYN BODIE 
CATHERINE ANN LOGAN 
DIXIE CUNDIFF 
PARA LEE CAIN 



FACULTY 

Josephine Antoine 

Charlotte DuBois 
Verna Harder 

Anna Margaret Jackson 



Janet McGaughey 
Eleanor Page 

Betty Pulkingham 
Phyllis Young 



MEMBERS 



Jane Miller Bailey 
Elizabeth Bars 
Lois Dorothy Blais 
Helon J. Blount 
Merrie Davellyn Bodie 
Marie Yvonne Brulet 
Para Lee Cain 
Dixie Cundiff 
Dorothy June Haws 
Catherine Jones 
Catherine Ann Logan 
Martha Ann Martin 
Winona Perkins Martin 



Beverly Hall Middleton 
Carolyn Lois Morris 
Lola Kay Palmer 
Peggy Jean Passwaters 
Martha Ann Rosborough 
Marilyn Joan Rupe 
Janice Elizabeth Schulle 
Ann Dyke Shafer 
Lucy Lee Speaker 
Almarie Trantham 
LaAnna Wagonseller 
Shirley Jane Wood 
Marian Yeager 



PACE 130 



SIGMA DELTA CHI 



NATIONAL 



Fall 

ROBERT CLAUDE JONES 
JAMES LESLIE EAGER . 
WAYLAND DALE PILCHER . 
ORLAND L. SIMS, JR. . 
ROBERT N. PIERCE 
GRANVILLE PRICE 



v'ORARY JOURNALISM FRATERNITY 
^Depauw University, 1909 
Chapter, 1913 




Spring 

ROBERT CLAUDE JONES 
JAMES LESLIE EAGER 
WAYLAND DALE PILCHER 
ORLAND L. SIMS, JR. 
ROBERT N. PIERCE 
DEWITT C. REDDICK 



FACULTY 



Hulon Witherspoon Black 
Norris G. Davis 
Joe B. Frantz 
Laurence Defee Haskew 
Olin Ethmer Hinkle 
William Edward Keys 
Harrell Estes Lee 
Frank Morris Midkiff 



Harry Estill Moore 
Calvin A. Newton 
Granville Price 
Dewitt Carter Reddick 
Alan Scott 

Ernest Alonzo Sharpe 
Paul Jennings Thompson 
Frank Wardlaw 



MEMBERS 



William Land Duncan 
James Leslie Eager 
Murray Lawrence Forsvall 
Kenneth A. M. Gompertz 
Robert Ramey Hilburn 
John Webb Howell 
Dean Carey Johnson 
Robert Claude Jones 
Robert Wayne Kenny 
Joel Bryant Kirkpatrick 



Tommy Newton McDonald 
William Irvin McReynolds 
William Edwards Morgan, Jr. 
Bascom McTyere Nelson 
Bobby Jean Newlin 
Robert N. Pierce 
Wayland Dale Pilcher 
Orland L. Sims, Jr. 
James Alan Wilson 



PACE 131 



SIGMA IOTA EPSILON 



NATIONAL HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL 

Founded: University of 
Gamma Chapt 



niii 



Fall 

PHILIP T. MEYERS 
EVERETT SMITH MCRUM 
MARTHA ANN FONTAINE . 
JAMES TRAVIS FORT 
WILFRED HARVEY WATSON 




LGEMENT FRATKRNMY 

327 



OFFIC 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Advisor 



Spring 

GEORGE EDWARD RISER 
LEE E. ALDERDICE 
LUDY C. HOFMEISTER 
JAMES OWEN JONES 
OTHEL DE VOICE TURNER 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



James Anderson Fitzgerald 



William R. Spriegel 



Joseph Kenneth Bailey 
Nelia Fox 

Marvin Eugene Gholson 
Lewis Edgar Hill 
George Edward Kiser 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Elizabeth Lanham 
Raymond Vincent Lesikar 
Edward Shird Lynn 
I. E. McNeill 
Philip T. Meyers 
Edwin Wilson Mumma 



Clark Everett Myers 
Burnard H. Sord 
Othel De Voice Turner 
Wilfred Harvey Watson 
Glenn A. Welsch 



Lee E. Alderdice 

John William Anderson 

Raymond Joseph Bock 

Burton Bryant Chandler 

Calvin Coolidge Chervenka 

Alfred George Dale 

George E. Deshon 

Martha Ann Fontaine 

James Travis Fort 

John B. Garrett 

James Eastman Gerhardt 

Martha Nell Smith Glenewinkel 

Joseph Paul Hammond 

Harry Stewart Hay 



MEMBERS 

Ludy C. Hofmeister 
Dewey Jackson Hooper 
Che Ip 

James Owen Jones 
Warren J. Lane 
Sheldon Rubin Leva 
Edward Keith Lukin 
William Floyd Martin 
James Byrd McClure 
Everett Smith McCrum 
Albert P. McKinney 
Sterling Robertson McLean 
Ralph Hain Mengel, II 
George Wayne Miller 
Daniel Croxton Morgan, Jr. 



John Henry Oglesbee 
Charles M. Oualline, Jr. 
Harold Edward Paddock 
Roy F. Pille 
Charles R. Pirtle 
James Madison Pratt 
Kurt G. Radtke 
Fred M. Reiter 
Melbert D. Schwarz 
Harry Walter Stephenson, Jr. 
William Gerald Sullivan 
Robert Boyce Sweeney 
Preston J. Tillery 
Arthur Fred Zobal 



William Paul Carl 
Harry Lee Crum 
Nova M. Culver 
Ross Kennedy Henderson 



SPRING INITIATES 

Agil Earl Hodges 
Sam D. Leifeste 
Carroll Jack Mahoney 



Reba Kathleen Neel 
Stephen Joseph Neshyba 
Jacob Thomas Stewart 
Ivadell Vinson 



PAGE 132 



TAU BETA PI 



i: Lehigh University, 1885 
.Alpha Chapter, 1916 



Fall 

TOM L. FAIREY 
CECIL RAY SPARKS 
SAM MAY WEAVER 
ALEXANDER SHARP RENNET 



Leland Lewis Antes 

Edward Christian Henry Bantel 

Leland Barclay 

William Earl Barker 

Millard Vernon Barton 

Leonard R. Benson 

Frederick Emerson Brooks 

S. Leroy Brown 

Edith Clarke 

Clark M. Cleveland 

Albert Everett Cooper 

David Cornell 

Cullen Malone Grain 

William A. Cunningham 

Venton Levy Doughtie 

Carl John Eckhardt 

Phil M. Ferguson 



Charlie Dale Anderson 
Jessie Edwin Baldwin 
Robert Glenn Barrick 
Alexander Sharp Bennet 
Edwin Hart Block 
Robert Skeen Braden 
Hi Chang Chai 
Norman R. Cooper 
Kenneth Jackson Cox 
Clinton P. Crocker 
Marvin Alex Drews 
Samuel Sidney Dunn 
Tom L. Fairey 



Abdel-Kader Osman Ayoub 
Calvin LaRue Barker 
Carl A. Brown 
Stewart N. Campbell 
Roy Davis Coles, Jr. 
James Maxwell Cooksey 
Ray Earl Cooper 
Edward Eugene DeMoss 




O 



ERS 



President 
Vice -President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 

FACULTY 

John Arnold Focht 
Burns Newman Gafford 
Roscoe Guernsey, Jr. 
William H. Hartwig 
William Webb Holland 
Kenneth A. Kobe 
Leonardt Ferdinand Kreisle 
Alfred H. LaGrone 
Jack Lenhart 
Rubin W. Ludwig 
James Dorr McFarland 
Lewis E. McGregor 
William James McKune 
Banks McLaurin 
Hudson L. Matlock 
Walter Leon Moore 
Harold John Plass, Jr. 
Harry H. Power 

MEMBERS 
Felix West Fenter 
John Nile Fischer 
John Joe Fritsch 
Charles Maness Halsell 
Donald Penn Harris 
George Toneg Karpos 
James Burley Kyser 
Kenneth Roy Lorfing 
William Charles Mills 
Kenneth Lee Montfort 
Leslie Millard Moor, Jr. 
Donald Robinson Moore 



FALL INITIATES 
Robert Leon Draper 
Robert Albert Graham 
William Clements Hallmark 
Bobby Wayne Hodges 
Marion Johnson 
Albert Curry Kyser 
Benjamin J. Leon 
Philip S. Lowell 



Spring 

WALTER EDGAR TEDFORD 
CHARLES P. HARRIS 
JAMES MAXWELL COOKSEY 
CALVIN LARUE BARKER 



Howard Frederick Rase 
Charles Elmer Rowe 
Henry Grady Rylander 
Eugene Paul Schoch 
Byron Elliot Short 
Harold Wood Smith 
Horace Eugene Staph 
Robert LeGrande Stone 
Archie Waugh Straiton 
Neils Thompson 
Milton John Thompson 
Burnett Forrest Treat 
James W. Turnbow 
Robert Davis Turpin 
Robert Warner 
E. Joseph Weiss 
Willis Raymon Woolrich 



James K. Nickerson 
Cecil Benjamin Shelman 
Cecil Ray Sparks 
George Leo Stegemeier 
Joseph Thomas Tannos 
Chaunce Olcott Thompson, Jr. 
Marion Brown Tomme, Jr. 
Jack Wesley Walker 
Sam May Weaver 
Ted Porter Willis 
Wynant Stone Wilson 
Chia Peng Yang 
Robert Louis Zinke 



Ernest Thomas Mosley 
Danahey Ryan 
Walter Edgar Tedford 
Robert Edward Tieman 
Loren Hudson Vaughan, Jr. 
Michael Roger Voich 
Edgar Allen Westbrook 
Adrian Dawson Wilkinson, Jr. 



SPRING INITIATES 

Kenneth Lee Kotzebue James Laid Warner 

James Burley Kyser Edwin Charles Young 



PACB 133 



THETA SIGMA PHI 



HONORARY PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISM, 
Founded: University of 
Xi Chapt 



Spring 

ELAINE F. FOLLEY 
MARIANNE MORRIS . 

MAURINE E. MITCHELL 
GRETA E. NISSEN 
NORRIS G. DAVIS 




TERNITY FOR WOMEN 

m, 1909 



OFF 



President . 

Vice-President 
Secretary 

Treasurer . 
Archivist . 
Faculty Sponsor 



Fall 

ELAINE F. FOLLEY 
MARIANNE MORRIS 

MAURINE E. MITCHELL 
GRETA E. NISSEN 
NORRIS G. DAVIS 



FACULTY 

Marye Durrum Benjamin 

Mary Margaret Frazier 

Frankie Mae Welborn Lindsey 
Amy Jo Long 

Jo Caldwell Meyer 

Afton Taylor Wynn 

Ann Wilkins Young 

HONORARY MEMBER 

Marguerite Harrison 



SPRING INITIATES 



Dorothy Campbell 
Dorothy Kreager 

Betty McBrayer 
Joan Mclntyre 



Helen Allen Atkinson 
Ellen Brubaker 
Anne Chambers 
Christine Mary Chilton 
Peggy Lord Cockrum 
Janette Jean Danry 
Jo Ann Dickerson 
Elaine F. Folley 
Patricia Love Folmar 
Millicent Seay Huff 
Anna C. Jackson 
Joyce Merrill Jackson 



MEMBERS 



Otis Rhea Schmidt 

Mary Helen Spear 
Betty Jo Taylor 
Jodie Taylor 



Douglas Ann Johnson 
Ina May McAdams 
Mary Gwyn McCullough 
Grace Ann Malone 
Carolyn Anne Melton 
Maurine E. Mitchell 
Marianne Morris 
Greta E. Nissen 
Katherine Stewart Norman 
Darlene F. Prouse 
Sidney Siegel 



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MIKE FLYNN CITIZENSHIP AWARD 



Dean Jack Holland presents the Mike Flynn Award to Bob Blumenthal 

The award is presented annually to the outstanding male student at the Uni- 
versity who best exemplifies the qualities of the late Mike Flynn, a former student 
leader who was killed in World War II. 




THE SILVER SPUR SERVICE AWARD 

to the University's Outstanding Woman Student 

GEORGEANN BEENE 



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Counter-clockwise: 

Fall of '52 started off in the organized con- 
fusion of Gregory Gym. 

San Antonio Club hucksters invite new mem- 
bers to join outside the Gym. 

Lines, lines, lines. 

Signing their lives away? No, just paying fees. 

Smile, son; This Blanket tax picture won't 
hurt. 





Counter-clockwise: 

Freshmen began night life at UT with the 
Orientation Dance. 

Foy Clements and Great Issues were intro- 
duced to freshmen soon after arrival. 

APO Kenneth Cox points out campus land- 
marks during tours planned by the orientation 
council. 

The last of B Hall. 

Margaret Tate, Joe Tupin, Fred Hassen and 
Sonya Ingwersen, greet a freshman at the Presi- 
dent's Tea for new students. 





Counter-clockwise: 
Tri-Delts beam at our photographer. 
"Mr. Livingston, I presume?" Delta Gamma's 
entertain with a jungle party. 

Thetas, Thetas, everywhere . . . 
Yvonne Rollins m.c.'s the Phi Mu hat review. 
This array of D. Phi E.'s pose engagingly during 
a rush party. 





Clockwise: 

Alpha Chi's Merley, Lix, Yvonne, and Carol 
Ann go Chinese under a pudgy Buddha. 

Tinka Cocke, Nancy Boxwell, and Martha Mun- 
day look corn-fed for Kappa rushees. 

"Come to the Circus!" chant these AD Pi's. 
AEPhi's line up during a Continental party. 

Smiling Alpha Phi's pause for refreshments dur- 
ing a rush party. 





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Counterclockwise: 



Sammies get a laugh as an accusing finger points 
from out of nowhere. 

Looks like a professional match at the Belt 
house. 

Acacias and rushees give some serious thought 
to the next play. 

"And this is . . ." S.P.E. rush in full swing. 
Phi Kaps relax and enjoy a good show. 




Rush is over, and Phi Delts dunk Pi Phi pledges 
in their annual water tank ceremonies. 

Pardon my tie, suh! ... a KA card game. 

Sigma Nu's have lunch on the porch during a 
rush session. 

"And that's when we . . ." Phi Gams exhibit 
the scrapbook. 

Kappa Sigs and rushees catch up on a little 
fraternity history, too. 




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Beauty contests got under way with the 
judging for the Most Beautiful Freshman. 



A.P.O. Henry Moore and Orange Jacket 
Hazel Maultzby check a voter's auditor's 
receipt. 

Fall election signs were battered by the 
wind, but the voting turnout was good. 



Service organizations sign up visitors on 
Dad's Day. 



Mom s have a party too . . . 





Clockwise: 

Everyone had a good time at the Chi O 
pledge line. 

This AOPi seems to have two visitors 
charmed. 

ADPi's entertain in the garden. 

Zetas and guests are all smiles as the eve- 
ning progresses. 

Amy and Ann welcome visitors to the 
Tri-Delt pledge line. 











Counterclockwise: 

"Anything for Campus Chest" Dean Jack might 
be saying as Sonny Sowell auctions him off for 
contributions. 

A mob gathers as Dean Bredt comes to "the 
block." 

A Drive Carefully reminder before the OU game. 

Candidates for "Ugliest Man on the Campus" 
dig into the Campus Chest "ballot box." 

Hop, hop, hop . . . Union Dance enthusiasts 
make like bunnies. 

It's the Ugly Man Doug Dapper in the (ugh) 
flesh. 



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Clockwise: 

Ray Anthony band members draw observers as 
well as listeners at the big dance. 

The Union Dance Committee gave the Gym a 
night club atmosphere with sideline tables. 

Staffs of the Texan, Ranger, and Cactus enjoy 
the skit at the Annual TSP party. 

The Skit as led by Maestro Bobby Jones, Ran- 
ger Editor. 

A colorful backdrop and good music made the 
International Ball a success. 

And it's the Man with the Horn, Mr. Anthony 
himself. 





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Marilyn Bronson sings in her winning manner 
for international students at the Cap and Gown 
tea. 

Dean Gebauer and Cap and Gown prexy Do- 
lores Russell enjoy the skit with their guests. 

The dedication of the new women's co-ops in- 
cluded an open house. 

Elinor Warren and Gloria Jacobs check on re- 
freshments in the shiny Valhalla kitchen. 

Orange Jackets surround gleeful Sidney Howell 
in tapping ceremonies. 




Clockwise: 

Anne Chambers and Bill Morgan chat with Dr. 
Gainza-Paz, distinguished guest at the Journalism Build- 
ing dedication. 

The evening reception in the new building brought 
many old students, friends and guests back to the 
campus. 

Mary Ann Morris and Peggy Cockrum show off the 
radio room. 

Mr. Thompson, Director of the School of Journalism, 
takes Dr. Gainza-Paz on a tour of the J. B. library. 

And the highlight of the ceremonies the address by 
the famed exiled editor is noted at- 
tentively by Mr. Thompson, Chan- 
cellor Hart, Mrs. Gainza-Paz, 
Governor Shivers. 





Counterclockwise: 

The day of the big game with Notre 
Dame, and newsboys get a salute from the 
card section. 

Cheerleader Darrell Williams and the 
band give out as the team leaves the stage 
at the first pep rally of the year. 

Dana X. Bible greets Notre Dame dig- 
nitaries. 

And TV came to the University for the 
big event. 





Cowboys, cheerleaders and the band 
headed the march on Big D at the OU 
game. 

Looks like the card tricks take concen- 
tration. 

Um-pa, um-pa! 

Whew! Band members take a breather 
after the OU parade. 

International students exhibited colorful 
costumes at the SMU halftime. 








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"Let's talk it up tomorrow," Darrell Williams tells the 
rally crowd. 

A pleasingly plump gobbler watches over half-time 
proceedings. 



Middle left to right: 

Coach Ed Price is honored by the card section at 
half-time. 

The night before the game was cold, but rallyers' 
spirits were high. 

Yell leaders Rex Hodges, Marge Hargrove, Pat Cox 
and Marshall Clegg "blazed" with enthusiasm. 
Anybody got a match? 




Pi K A's coped second place in the A&M sign contest 
with "Les Miserables." 

Phi Kappa Tau took first with an elaborate field 
scene. 



Middle left to right: 



The T.K.E. sponsored Orange and White parade gets 
under way. 

Delta Sigs' uncomfortable Aggie took third place. 
The Fire itself, the night of the rally. 

Honorable mention went to the Belts for their Aggie 
Wheel of Misfortune. 




THEY GAMBLE 
WE RAMBLE! 








Clockwise: 

It's all a part of the game . . 

The Honorable Bevo. 

The Baylor Bears. 

SMU's Peruna. 

And the venders of pennants. 



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Sidney Seigel admires the award she received 
from the ^Campus League of Women Voters and 
the Dads' Association for being the Most Out- 
standing Assemblyman of 1952. 

Mrs. Dooley, Miss Peck, and Mrs. Frazer chat 
at the Panhellenic Tea. 

Willie Kostka shovels the first spadeful of dirt 
for "Operation Gopher." 

The new underground lounge for engineers gets 
a plug from Dean Wooldridge, in ground-breaking 
ceremonies. 







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Counterclockwise: 

Phi Gam's give out in the smooth manner that won them third 
place in the 1952 Sing-Song. 

Nancy Romine announces the next Theta number, and Thetas 
went on to win second in the sorority division. 

Exuberant Zetas crowd around trophy-hugging Jane Buchanan 
after Zeta took first in the sorority division. 

Petite Pat Dillon led smiling A Chi O's to a third place win. 

These happy Belts might be saying "We did it" and they did, 
coping the first place cup in the fraternity division. 

Bruce Billingley comes to the mike for Lambda Chi and a 
second place victory in the fraternity ratings. 





Clockwise: 

Aqua Carnival gets underway with the presentation of the 
varsity swimming team by M. C. Cactus Pryor. 

Judges look like they don't mind their jobs at all that's 
Betsy Bell creating the smiles. 

Aqua Carnival Queen Jean Jackson of Garland gives her 
subjects a gracious smile. 

What it It? Looks like fun, whatever it is. 

Spectators were packed into the Gregory Gym swimming 
pool balcony. 

Participants enjoyed the fun as much as the audience. 











Clockwise: 

Sheryl McKelvy was named the Most Beautiful Fresh- 
man at the Forty-Acres Follies. 

Jitter gets things started at the Union by joining 
right in. 

Tex Beneke was a crowd-drawing feature at the 
Follies. 




And of course everybody wants to have a picture 
taken. 

Could this be the faculty? But yes! Profs joined in the 
fun by putting on a skit in the Follies. 




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Counterclockwise: 

Jo Ann York was named Mica Sweetheart for 1953. 
An exciting moment for the Sweetheart nominees. . . 

And everybody had a wonderful time at the Mica 
Frontier Dance. 

On the more serious side, Mr. Roberts leads a panel 
discussion during Religious Emphasis Week. 

And Hart Stilwell spoke on American literature at the 
Americana series offered at the University "Y." 






Counterclockwise: 

"Whee" ! The Time Staggers On chorus 
line goes up in the air. 

Gail Smalley sings out in the TSO show 
within a show. 

Backstage, Wayne Agnew entertains star 
Marilyn Bronson and Giesenslaw Brothers. 

A crucial moment as Marilyn makes an 
entrance on her snorting steed, escorted by 
the "hill gentlemen." 

The full cast of TSO takes a well- 
deserved encore. 



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A Spanish dance in the Union Ballroom. 

The Longhorns pose on the ramp before 
flying to the North Carolina game. 

NROTC sponsors stand at attention on 
review day. 

"Don't shoot" . . . Not a chance any- 
way, as these fellows are just playing in the 
Littlefield yard. 

Santa gets friendly with Doug at the 
Texan Christmas party. 




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Bill McDonald receives the Ex-Students' 
Scholarship at the Annual Exes' T Banquet. 

A double handshake between T. Jones, 
Clark Nealon, sports editor of the Houston 
Post, and Harley Sewell. The boys have just 
been presented with watches. 

Logan Wilson greets students and faculty 
at his first public introduction to the 
University. 

John Sealy, chairman of the Board of Re- 
gents, Dr. Wilson, and Chancellor James 
Hart seem to be enjoying Ex-Student fare. 

Regents Warren, Voyles and Woodward 
get a chuckle at the banquet. 







Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor chat with 
Charles Sparenberg at the reception for Dr. 
and Mrs. Wilson which was given by the 
Harts. 

A President at work. 

Dean Arno Nowotny and Mrs. Herman 
Jones chat at the party. 

The Harts, the Wilsons, and the Sealys 
greet guests in the receiving line. 

This table at the Exes' Banquet drew such 
notables as Ed Olle, Coach Clyde Littlefield 
and Coach Ed Price. 






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Counterclockwise: 

Looks like these fellows are getting off a 
99 44/100% clean joke at the rejuvenated Cowboy 
Minstrels. 

Marilyn Bronson and Max Gardner sing and 
play beneath a black-face backdrop. 

Wheel Look what just arrived. 

Bluebonnet Belle Nominees Pat Dickey and 
Joyce Milton fill out cards while waiting to be 
interviewed. 

And Texas University celebrated Independence 
Day with ceremonies in front of the Main Building. 



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Greek Week activities culminated in an All- 
Fraternity dance in the Union. 

"Pass the fork," says IFC president Homer 
Jackson at the Greek Week Banquet. Going left, 
Dean Bredt, Dean Holland and toastmaster Bob 
Blumenthal. 

Tkes Winslow Brisbin, Gayle Garner and Gene 
Smith get a chuckle at the cameraman. 

The ATO side of the table is enjoying the ban- 
quet, too. 

Around the punch bowl at the Greek dance. 



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Counterclockwise: 

Round-Up activities started off with Reunion 
breakfast. 

After the parade the Round-Up bar-b-q hit the 
spot. 

"Swing your pretty gal and my old maid!" Fri- 
day night activities included a big square dance in 
the Union. 

Another breakfast. 
More bar-b-q-ers. 




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Clockwise: 

Flowers, flowers, tons of crepe paper flowers 
were made far into the night. 

And elaborate frames had to be constructed. 
The judges had the roughest job of all. 

Beverly Schwartz, Larry Moskowitz, Claude Al- 
len, Bob Polunsky, and Julia Beall prepare to 
broadcast the parade events from the Union. 

And everybody cheered for our Ellie, the out- 
going Sweetheart of the University. 








Cal Newton, who might be called Mr. TSP, 
heads out to help with Round-Up photographing. 

The Longhorn Band started necks craning in 
the direction of the parade. 

The Union patio was full of parents, students 
and friends for the Honors Day program. 

Mr. Evans, of the Library of Congress, made the 
Honors Day address. 

Afterwards he chatted with a group that in- 
cluded University Librarian Moffitt. 





Ellie Luckett receives a bouquet and a crown 
from President Wilson as she takes over as Sweet- 
heart of the Relays. 

And awards were presented at the Relays. 

Exciting events like this pole vault sparked the 
Relays. 

Now where did we park? 

Ellie and Cowboy Buddy demons rise for the 
Eyes of Texas. 







Counterclockwise: 

Zeta's "Little Miss Muffet" took first place in the 
sorority division. 

Most beautiful was Theta's elaborate "Old King Cole 
and his Fiddlers." 

Phi Gamma Delta scored for the Best-All-Around float 
with their Court Jester and Puppets. 

The Mississippi Gambler puffed his cigar into the 
Most Unique float for Kappa Sigma. 

ATO placed first in the Fraternity Division with their 
Cowboy Branding a Steer. 

Phi Mu's Dennis the Menace squirted the crowd with 
a water pistol, and copped Most Humorous prize. 

King Neptune and his mermaids got the Best Club 
award for the Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association. 





Clockwise: 

"Anything the Kappas do, we can do better" claims the sign 
on this DKE float, which represented a take-off on the parade. 

A World Peace theme won Most Educational for Phi Siema 
Delta. 

The Delt Clown watched a bear riding a unicycle, and was 
rewarded with runner-up in the Fraternity Division. 

Kappa's Jack-in-the-Box was runner-up for the Best Sorority 
entry. 

Little Black Sambo and the tigers took second most unique 
for the Tri-Delts. 

The "truth" behind letter-writing to the South Sea Islands 
won second best club award for the Army ROTC Association. 

"God's Country" symbolized the arrival of missionaries in 
Texas, and placed second in the Most Educational Division. 







Counterclockwise: 

The Chi O's had a monster turtle. 

Pi Phi's Scotchman bagpiped his way to second Best 
All-Round prize. 

The Gamma Phi's Easter Bunny busily painted eggs. 

A smiling dancing girl of Latin-America was the 
Sigma Chi offering. 

Mica-Wica presented a lily pond of beauties. 

Donald Duck went on a picnic for Alpha Gamma 
Delta. 

A "typical American home" complete with shack and 
TV set was done by the Phi Kappa Sigs. 







Clockwise: 
A Chi O presented Diana, Goddess of the Hunt. 

Peter Pan, a creation of ADPi, took second place as 
the Most Beautiful float in the parade. 

Sammies presented "The Lion is Busy." 

Magnolia Trees and a Southern beauty represented 
KA's "Spirit of the Old South." 

Noah's Ark sailed along under a colorful rainbow for 
Disciples Student Fellowship. 

BSU had an Easter theme, "Christ is Risen." 
A shaggy lion symbolized Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 






The Alpha Phi's had a giant glowworm. 

AIME promoted progress with an oversized Tri-Cone 
bit. 

AEPi's Mr. Magoo looked unconcerned with float 
proceedings. 

A sea serpent carried Delta Gamma maidens down 
the street. 

A fabulously long Phi Dog chased a fireplug all the 
way. 

Sigma Nu presented four views of campus life. 

Tales of Uncle Remus was the offering of Lambda 
Chi. 





Clockwise: 

The SPE's had a giant snail. 

And this Mad Hatter was a creation of Phi Psi. 

The Delta Sigs had a night in shining armor. 

This snappy crew labeled themselves the "Hot Rifles" 
from Theleme Co-Op. 

And TLOK did a take off on committee investigations. 







Counterclockwise: 

Lynn, Ann, Joan, Pat, and Betty wait backstage 
for the cue to appear. 

Dean Holland admires the bracelet given to 
Ellie by the Big 5. 

Waiting, waiting . . . 

It was a mob, but it was fun . . . 

Hunter Morris beams as he receives a cup for 
Kappa Sig from co-chairman David Blackstock. 





Clockwise: 

UT trumpeteers sound off. 

This new advisor looks completely surprised as 
she is tapped at Andrews. 

Charlie Roberts addresses the Y Freshman 
Camp, which will be continued in 1953-54. 

Fine Arts students clown: could these be char- 
acters from some great opera? 

Last year's production, but a classic picture : Die 
Fledermaus. 






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Counterclockwise: 

Franklin Spears, unopposed candidate for Student 
President, earnestly addresses the Stump-Speaking crowd. 

The parade before the speeches was led by torch- 
bearing Cowboys. 

Otis Rhea Schmidt, Secretary candidate, greets a spec- 
tator, as a friend puts the finishing touches on car 
preparations. 

Bob Kenny, successful Texan editor candidate, prom- 
ised to support Student Government. 

Sonny Sowell, veep winner, pauses a moment during 
his speech. 

Amy Johnson suggests more participation in TISA as 
she makes a successful bid for Secretary. 




Honorary organizations spent hours checking the 
ballots. 

Ralph Person congratulates Franklin Spears after giv- 
ing him the spurs of office at the Initiation Banquet. 

And Ralph bids farewell to his friends in student 
government. 

The new school officers for 1953-54 promise to serve 
their school faithfully. 

After elections, outgoing Chief Justice, Texan Editor 
and IFC president talk things over (Tal, Anne, and 
Homer, that is). 










Counterclockwise: 

The girl's Tri-Dorm Spring Formal was held in 
Carother's Recreation Room. 

The candlelit punch table was a favorite spot. 

The boy's Tri-Dorms had a "Calico and Blue 
Jeans" party featuring cider and do-nuts. 

Frontier days were never like this! 

Sidney Sims beat a hot piano for entertainment. 




Clockwise: 

Raucous Texan staffers dunk successful editor 
candidate Bob Kenny. 

Radio profs clown in a take off skit. 

Crowds gathered for voting in the Law School 
elections. 

The most outstanding women of the incoming 
senior class the new Mortar Boards pose with 
the black-robed graduate members. 

Betty Blake, ZTA, hugs a bouquet and a cup 
that signifies her position as Sweetheart of Sigma 
Chi. 





Georgeann Beene, outgoing UTSA president, prepares to initiate 
the incoming club presidents at the final banquet. 



Sonia Wolfe receives a gift from Mrs. Wilson for the Turtle Club's 
prize-winning song. 



The head table was graced 
by Mis Hiss, Sarah Jane Weeks, 
Vp of UTSA, Georgeann Beene, 
Dr. Wilson, and Mrs. Blunk. 




Barbara Beggs gleefully ac- 
cepts the top intramural trophy 
for A Chi O it was the third 
consecutive year for the Alpha 
Chi's. 

International students learned 
the ways of an American small 
town when the Y sponsored the 
"Thorndale Meets the World" 
project. 

"Cameras ready!" The bus 
rolls toward Thorndale. 



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"I've taken care of every- 
thing, sir," quips Don Legge, 
as Chuck Stahl and Bery Ray 
look impressed. 

Smitty and Clovis, two 
"Swami" architects consult a 
ouiji board for plans in the 
architect's Wind-Up skit. 

Jackie Keasler and Vernon 
Helmke won the prize for the 
best couple costume, as King 
Neptune and his lady. 

The Deep Sea theme of 
Wind-Up was carried out by 
floating balloons and fishey cos- 



These octupii look almost 
sea-worthy. 

And this pair seem to be go- 
ing down with the ship. 



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Counterclockwise: 

Annetta Clark, Cap and Gown prexy, leads the 
senior women's line at Swing-Out. 

Annetta challenges the Juniors to make life 
"what you will." 

The juniors receive the traditional bluebonnet 
chain, symbol of their responsibilities as new seniors. 

Cactus staffers enjoy themselves at the annual 
Awards Banquet. 

The five Bluebonnet Belles were presented at 
the Banquet : Rhita, Ann, Lois, Nancy, and Eloise. 





Clockwise: 

"Breathe helium and say something!" a humor- 
ous challenge at the 1953 Power Show. 

Alec the robot made a big hit. 

And "How does sodium benzoate taste to you?" 
was another interesting question. 

Spectators had their programs sprayed with 
molten steel. 

Scenes like this amateur radio station were typi- 
cal of the Power Show. 








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Counterclockwise: 

The Tri-Delts frolicked to second place in the 
sorority division of Varsity Carnival. 

Sigma Nus look lurid in their skit, "La Ronche." 

The Julep Garden got the best sorority conces- 
sion for the Chi O's. 

Maureen Mitchell and Howdy Clark present the 
awards. 

Phi Psi's, whose show proved the most popular 
by length of the line outside, advertised Fraty Boys, 
Education, Can Can, and Changes. 



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Clockwise: 

The VC spirit is being lived up by the Pi K A 
rendition of "I Was An Independent for the IFC." 

Smiling Mary Jo Savage won over a large field 
in the race for VC Queen. 

Best fraternity skit was taken by the SAE's 
"Snow Red and the Seven Bolsheviks." 

ZTA's view of Paris won the best sorority skit. 
"Oooh, greasy!" AEPi staged a sorority rodeo. 




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The Big Day arrives . . . 

ROTC graduates receive their commissions. 

The candidates for UT degrees pack their re- 
served section on the Main Building terrace. 

Dr. O. C. Carmichael of the Carnegie Founda- 
tion addressed the commencement crowd. 

Individual schools and colleges had ceremonies 
this year: here engineers wait outside Mezes. 

The faculty was out in full regalia for com- 
mencement, too. 

So ends another year at The University of 
Texas. . 



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ALPHA CHI OMEGA 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED: 1924 

77 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1885 



Margaret Ann Abbott, San Antonio 
Shirley Ruth Axline, Clarksville 
Marilyn Jeanne Baldwin, Bellaire 
Margaret Clyde Barton, Kermit 
Marjory Jenetta Barton, Kermit 
Eula Mae Bass, Beaumont 
Barbara Ann Beggs, Houston 
Gretchen M. Bohn, Austin 
Jo Ann Caldwell, Austin 
Sally Kathron Capps, Mason 
Vedia Elizabeth Coleman, Austin 
Nancy Jane Couvillion, Orange 
Venita Rae Cowan, Pampa 
Dixie Cundiff, Centerville 
Frances Shiree Daniel, Lufkin 
Patricia Jane Dillon, College Station 
Margaret Aiken Doane, Bandera 
Carol Ann Eakins, San Antonio 
Joan Ethridge, Dallas 

Barbara Jane Fenton, 
Fort Sam Houston 

Betty Sue Franklin, Kingsbury 
Betty Lee Gray, Houston 
Helen Bernice Hall, Lufkin 
Margaret Ann Hargrove, Houston 
Benigna Ann Harris, Texas City 
Bettye Jackson, Pampa 
Helen Sue Johnson, Fort Worth 
Barbara Lou Jones, Edcouch 
Evelyn Jean Kellner, San Antonio 




Dorothy Jane Kreager, San Angelo 

Loretta Maureen Lamm, 
San Antonio 

Mary Kathryn Langston, 
Mont Belvieu 

Martha Frances Marlow, Austin 
Aileen Jean McElreath, Houston 
Patricia Eloise McGinn, Houston 
Kay McKnight, Yoakum 
Marilyn Ruth McVey, Houston 
Jane Alyce Melin, Austin 
Barbara Lynn Miller, Me Allen 
Marianne Morris, Fort Worth 
Maxine Knight Noble, San Antonio 
June Elizabeth Peevey, Houston 
Roberta Frances Peoples, Fort Worth 
Dianne Virginia Poetter, Yorktown 
Jerry Lee Renner, Austin 
Yvonne Hartley Rodgers, Houston 
Martha Christina Rosenquist, Austin 
Weldeen Joy Sanders, San Antonio 
Merle Raye Sauermilch, Houston 
Barbara Lynn Scheffler, Nordheim 
Patricia Ann Sheerin, Dallas 
Kathryn Thomas Smith, Lancaster 
Nancy Lou Temple, Dallas 
Ann Willette Williams, Houston 
Betty Anne Williams, Baytown 
Dixie Lee Williams, Baytown 
Sue Yankie, Silsbee 
Ellen Yaeger, Houston 



Abbott, Axline, Baldwin, Barnes, 
Barren, M. C. Barton, M. J. Bar- 
ton, Bass. 



Beggs, Bohn, Bronson, Bruck, Bow- 
doin, Boyd, Burum, Boyett, Cald- 
well. 



Capps, Coleman, Couvillion, C. 
Cowan, V. Cowan, E. A. Cundiff, 
D. Cundiff, Daniel, Darrah. 



Dillon, Durst, Eakins, Elrod, Ethridge, 
Franklin, Gaston, Gilchrist, Granath. 



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FACULTY 

CHARLOTTE ESTELL DUBOIS, Professor of Music 
LLERENA B. FRIEND, Librarian in Texas History Center 



Fall 

MARIANNE MORRIS . 
EVELYN JEAN KELLNER . 
ANN WILLETE WILLIAMS 
NANCY Lou TEMPLE 
MARILYN RUTH McVEY 
DIANNE VIRGINIA POETTER 



OFFICERS 

President 

First Vice-President . 
Second Vice-President 
Recording Secretary . 



Spring 

SHIRLEY RUTH AXLINE 
EULA MAE BASS 
BARBARA LYNN MILLER 
MARJORY JENETTA BARTON 



Corresponding Secretary MARGARET CLYDE BARTON 
Treasurer SALLY KATHRON CAPPS 



PLEDGES 



Elizabeth Ann Bailey, Refugio 
Barbara Ann Barnes, Bellaire 
Betsy Catherine Barren, Yoakum 
Nita Beth Bowdoin, Mount Belvieu 
Margaret Lee Boyd, Uvalde 
Norma Sue Boyett, Marlin 
Marilyn Ann Bronson, Austin 
Sybil Wray Bruck, Austin 
Sylvia Elaine Burum, Houston 
Ann Byargeon, Austin 
Mary Hugh Colley, Austin 
Jimmy Corrine Cowan, Houston 
Emily Ann Cundiff, Centerville 
Margie Darrah, Fort Worth 
Elizabeth Ann DeWeese, 
Aruba, New West Indies 

Nancy Jean Durst, Texas City 
Delia Jane El rod, Odessa 
Barbara Jean Gaston, Wells 
Carolyn Patricia Gilchrist, Silsbee 
Mary Jane Granath, Austin 
Virginia Lois Hlanak. Baytown 
Dixie Ann Holcomb, Temple 
Terrell C. "Terry" Keller, Del Rio 



Carolyn Baker King, Corpus Christi 
Patricia Lee Koepke, Raymondville 
Mary Maud Lane, Austin 
Barbara Jeanne Lee, Iraan 
Edythe Jane Moody, Graham 
Dorothy Glenn Moore, Me Allen 
Carol Ann McVey, Houston 
Alta Ruth Neill, Henderson 
Judy Elizabeth Pigg, Dallas 
Nell Baker Pinkerton, Lufkin 
Sonia Yvonne Powell, Austin 
Anna Louise Redding, San Antonio 
Frances Sue Revelle, Roswell, N. Mex. 
Annelle Ricketts, Austin 
Bobbie Nell Schmidt, Austin 
Kathleen Doris Schulze, Austin 
Glenda Ruth Scott, San Antonio 
Sally Ann Thompson, Houston 
Janice Ann Turbeville, Yoakum 
Anita Lee Voekel, Austin 
B. Caroline Wehring, Refugio 
Beverly Joy Williams, Baytown 
Diana Jo Wood, Austin 




Top Row: Gray, Hall, Hlanak, Holcomb. 
Second Row: Jackson, Johnson, Jones, Kellner. 
Third Row: Koepke, Kreager, Lamm, Lane. 

Fourth Row: Langston, Marlow, McGinn, 
McKnight. 

Fifth Row: C. A. McVey, M. R. McVey, 
Melin, Miller. 

Sixth Row: Moody, Moore, Morris, Noble. 

Seventh Row: Peevey, Peoples, Pinkerton, 
Poetter. 

Eighth Row: Redding, Renner, Ricketts, 
Rodgers. 

Ninth Row: Rosenquist, Sanders, Sauermilch. 
Scheffler. 

Tenth Row: Sheerin, Schulze, Schmidt, Smith. 

Eleventh Row: Scott, Temple. Thompson, 
Voekel. 

Twelfth Row: A. W. Williams, B. A. Williams, 
Yankie, Yeager. 



PACK 191 




ALPHA DELTA PI 



MEMBERS 





LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1905 

83 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1851 



Georgeanne Allen, Austin 

Rosemary Austin, Austin 

Florrie Niny Avant, Dilley 

Leska Sue Barton, Brady 

Rita Nell Bearden, Austin 

Helene LeMaire Boatner, San Antonio 

Frances Boyd, Glen Flora 

Betty Jane Brady, Amarillo 

Anna Ruth Bruckner, Amarillo 

Mary Carol Busch, Kerrville 

Annetta Joyce Clark, Austin 

Kaye Love Clark, Weslaco 

Carolyn Glynne Davis, Sweetwatcr 

Darby Jean Ehlers, San Benito 

Jo Ann Ehlers, New Braunfels 

Barbara Sue Freeman, Austin 

Yvonne Clare Gebhard, Milwaukee, Wise. 

Joanna Gentrv, Tyler 

Muriel Joy Giles, Comfort 

Patricia A. Goebel, San Antonio 

Patricia Ann Grogan, Conroe 

Marilyn Haley, Beaumont 

Nancy McAfee Hall, Fort Worth 

Betty Ann Harrison, Wharton 

Emily Joyce Henderson, Georgetown 

Claire Bell Hiett, Dallas 

Lady Clyde Hodges, Sweetwater 

Margaret Hodges, Austin 

Marjorie Louise Holtzclaw, Port Arthur 

Judith Clare Horning, Houston 

Kathleen Chloe Hunt, San Antonio 

Ruby Ruth Johnson, Gonzales 

Lorena Ann Kelly, Austin 

Barbara Josephine Lawrence, Fort Worth 

Betty Jane Little, Houston 

Carolyn Lochte, Kerrville 

Mary Ann Maley, Houston 



Patricia Ann Martin, San Antonio 

Hazel Orlean Maultsby, Austin 

Merry Christine McCreless, San Antonio 

Felicia Ann Melburne, Georgetown 

Molly Jean Moffett, Overton 

Margaret Anne Morris, Wharton 

Marilyn Moscley, Fort Worth 

Mara Kay Moxom, Kilgore 

Doris Eleanor Ncely, Amarillo 

Sally Ross Nichols, Austin 

Nancy Pray Olson, Houston 

Julia Isabella Orynski, Dallas 

Frances Fitzhugh Overton, Hutto 

Elizabeth Ann Owens, Austin 

Anna Page, Austin 

Patty Ray Parrish, Galveston 

Patricia Agnes Paton, Houston 

Kathryn Lee Penick, Austin 

Juanita Olivette Preston, Houston 

Elizabeth Ann Randolph, Fort Worth 

Sue Agnes Rogers, Houston 

Joan Dee Rugeley, Austin 

Sara Catherine Sample, Pecos 

Margaret Lea Sanderford, Houston 

Myrtis Cornelia Sealy, Bishop 

Carol Sue Smith, Austin 

Nancy Ann Solcther, Weslaco 

Mildred Janet Sutton, Orange 

Shirley Jean Tower, Austin 

Janice Varnell, Fort Worth 

Norma Jeanne Waddell, Corpus Christ! 

Mary Margaret Wiley, Austin 

Gladys Janelle Williams, New Braunfels 

Barbara June Wilson, Borger 

Edna Joyce Winebrener, Newgulf 

Wanelle Merle Zemanek, Newgulf 




Allen, Austin, Baker, Barton, Boatner, 
Brown, Bruckner, Burnett, Busch, 
Casey. 



A. Clark, K. Clark, Coleman, Collins, 
Deyo, Dooley, D. Ehlers, J. Ehlers, 
Erwin, Gentry. 



Giles, Goebel, Green, Grogan, Haley, 
Hall, Hiett, Hiller, L. Hodges, M. 
Hodges. 



Holtzclaw, Horning, Hunt, Jacobs, 
Jenkins, D. Johnson, R. Johnson, E. 
Jones, P. Jones, Little. 



PAGE 192 



FACULTY 

LL'CILLE DENEVERS WILLIAMS, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages 



Fall 

JUANITA OLIVETTE PRESTON 
ELIZABETH ANN RANDOLPH 
PATTY RAY PARISH 
LADY CLYDE HODGES . 
KATHLEEN CHLOE HUNT . 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Recording Secretary . 

Correspond'" Secretary 

Treasurer 



Spring 

SALLY Ross NICHOLS 
NANCY McAFEE HALL 
MYRTIS CORNELIA SEALY 
JOAN DEE RUGELEY 
MILDRED JANET SUTTON 



PLEDGES 



Mary Ann Baker, Austin 
Carolyn Ann Brown, Austin 
Mary Frances Burnett, Dumas 
Charlotte Anne Bushnell, Orange 
Doris Corine Casey, Corpus Christi 
Patricia Ann Coleman, Corpus Christi 
Janet Ruth Collins, SanAntonio 
Sydney Yvonne Deyo, Brownsville 
Emily Estelle Dooley, Austin 
Patricia Ann Erwin, San Benito 
Gloria Kathlen Gordon, Beeville 
Paula Jeanette Green, Wink 
Carolyn Hiller, Laredo 
Janet Delmar Jacobs, Houston 
Gayle Jenkins, Houston 
Dianne Gayle Johnson, San Antonio 
Eleanor Patricia Jones, Eagle Lake 
Patricia Elizabeth Jones, Sweetwater 
Monte Sue Martin, Houston 
Marvel Ann McDaniel, Houston 
Barbara Jean McDuffie, Abilene 
Mary Ruth McGee, Fort Worth 
Merry Ann Merritt, Conroe 
Carolyn Moffett, Overton 




Jo Ann Moore, Austin 
Sue Lane Neff, Omaha, Neb. 
Nancy Elena Nesbit, Fort Worth 
Carolyn Lucile Patten, Houston 
Lou Anne Plummer, Houston 
Jayne Randolph, Fort Worth 
Frances Katherine Remschel, Kerrville 
Virginia Daisy Ryan, Laredo 
Mary Jo Savage, Houston 
Helen Nancy Scaief, San Benito 
June Smith, Weslaco 
Jo Ann Starkey, San Antonio 
Nancy Louise Straiton, Abilene 
Frances Marie Struhall, Austin 
Ann Louise Sutton, Orange 
Jane Ann Thaxton, Austin 
Dorothy Jean Thompson, Waco 
Nancy Jane Thurman, Austin 
Barbara A. Waren, Borger 
Jane M. Warren, Dallas 
Ann Webb, El Campo 
Ann Q. Williams, Galveston 
Charlotte Williams, San Marcos 
Claire L. Yeagley, Dallas 
Jo Leta Zivley, Austin 



Top Row: Martin, McDaniel, McDuffie, Mc- 
Gee. 

Second Row: Maley, Melburn, Merritt, C. 
Moffett. 

Third Row: Moore, Mosley, Moxom, Neely. 

Fourth Row: Neff, Nichols, Olson, Overton. 

Fifth Row: Page, Paton, Patten, Penick. 

Sixth Row: Plummer, Preston, Randolph, Rem- 
schel. 

Seventh Row: Rogers, Rugeley, Ryan, Sample. 
Eighth Row: Sanderford, Savage, Scaief, Sealy. 
Ninth Row: Smith, Solether, Starkey, Straiton. 

Tenth Row: Struhall, A. Sutton, M. Sutton, 
Thaxton. 

Eleventh Row: Thompson, Varnell, Waddell, 
Warren. 

Twelfth Row: Webb, Wiley, J. Williams, A. 
Williams. 

Thirteenth Row: Winebrener, Yeagley, Zema- 
nek, Zivley. 



PACE 193 




ALPHA EPSILON PHI 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1925 

39 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1909 



MEMBERS 

Elissa Joyce Berwald, Dallas 

Beverly Brand, Tulsa, Okla. 

Sylvia Lynn Cohen, Lexington, Miss. 

Sara Janet Corenbleth, Dallas 

Dorothy Jo Daily, Simonton 

Marcia Sue Fine, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Lois Ann Flesh, Jefferson 

Daina Gerson, Odessa 

Ruth Vinn Hendler, Temple 

Shirley Elaine Kanter, Harlingen 

Jo Ann Frankel Katz, Greenville, Miss. 

Suzanne Illyne Kauffman, Henrietta, Okla. 

Betty Lou Koppel, Harlingen 

Harriet Ann Levy, Galveston 

Joan Bette Levy, Dallas 

Sondra Lee Lotman, Lincoln, Nebr. 

Sally Ann Messer, Dallas 

Gerry Elaine Messmer, Harlingen 

Samylu Michelson, Gonzales 

Suzanne Neustadt, San Antonio 

Pauline F. Pierce, Dallas 

Marjorie Ann Pressman, Topeka, Kans. 

Cecile Rose, Wills Point 

Joanne Sachs, Greenville, Miss. 

Suzanne Bert Sachs, Waco 

Shirley Jean Schoenbrun, Tyler 

Aileen Rita Schwartz, Houston 

Raleigh Joy Sekt, Sioux City, Iowa 

Shirley Elise Strum, Tyler 

Helene Rose Williams, Marshall 

Charlesa Joan Wolfe, Dallas 




Aronson, Ascher, Baumohl, Borod, 
Breitenbach, Cohen. 



Corenbleth, Daily, Davis, Diamond, 
Fine, Flesh, Gerson. 



Greiper, Hendler, Kanter, J. F. Katz, 
M. R. Katz, Kauffman, Koppel. 



PAGE 194 



Fa// 

SUZANNE ILYNE KAUFFMAN 
DAINAGERSON . 
SARA JANET CORENBLETH 
Jo ANN FRANKEL KATZ 



OFFICERS 

Dean 
Sub-Dean 
Scribe 
Treasurer 



Spring 

SUZANNE ILYNE KAUFFMAN 
DAINA GERSON 
SARA JANET CORENBLETH 
Jo ANN FRANKEL KATZ 



PLEDGES 

Irma Lew Aronson, Dallas 

Joan Ascher, Jackson, Miss. 

Barbara Lee Baumohl, Houston 

Ann Borod, Memphis, Tenn. 

Nanette Breitenbach, Houston 

Marilyn Enid Davis, San Antonio 

Barbara Diamon, Houston 

Harriet Jayne Fish, San Antonio 

Florence G. Frenkel, Galveston 

Patricia Ann Greiper, Kansas City, Mo. 

Maurine Frankel Katz, Greenville, Miss. 

Allis Ray Levy, Oxford, Miss. 

Barbara Kay Milder, Phoenix, Ariz. 

Zondra Rae Pepper, Denver, Colo. 

Jean Ray Pollock, San Antonio 

Joan Breta Provus, Amarillo 

Phyllis Estelle Ratner, Memphis, Tenn. 

Mildred Ann Robins, Asheville, N. C. 

Joan Idelle Roth, Dallas 

Pauline Fannie Sack, Tyler 

Sondra H. Seigle, Tyler 

Suzanne Selber, Shreveport, La. 

Donna Lea Shoshone, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Reva Steinberg, Plainview 

Neil Steiner, New Orleans, La. 

Louise Elizabeth Voet, Borger 




Top Row: A. R. Levy, H. A. Levy, Lotman. 
Second Row: Messmer, Michelson, Milder. 
Third Row: Neustadt, Pepper, Pierce. 
Fourth Row: Pollock, Pressman, Provus. 
Fifth Row: Ratner, Rose, Roth. 
Sixth Row: J. Sachs, S. Sachs, Schoenbrum. 
Seventh Row: Schwartz, Sekt, Selber. 
Eighth Row: Steinberg, Steiner, Strum. 
Ninth Row: Voet, Williams, Wolfe. 

PAGE 195 




ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1940 

66 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1904 



MEMBERS 

Doris Elizabeth Alsmeyer, Laredo 
Alyce Lynn Archer, Taft 
Bobbie Dawn Bone, Austin 
Shirley Sue Brassell, Carthage 
Elsie Jane Bridges, Breckenridge 
Helen Ann Carroll, Bryan 
Bonnie Jean Carson, San Antonio 
Emma Jean Crainer, Bay City 
Ruth Ann Evans, Cleveland, Ohio 
Joan Haag, Austin 
Lyla Francis Hamner, Austin 
Nabeela Hassen, Haskell 
Mandy Lou Hoover, Vernon 
Betty Dean Lennon, Cisco 
O. Jackie Matthews, Cleveland 
Betty Ann McBrayer, Austin 
Macleta Meadows, Corpus Christi 
Mary A. Moxon, Port Arthur 
SaRita Obelgoner, Hallettsville 
Gloria Dell Porter, Lometa 
Carolyn Sue Preble, Austin 
Darlene Prouse, Austin 
Anita D. Runneberg, Crosby 
Janice Elizabeth Schulle, Austin 
Beverly L'Vonne Smith, Austin 
Carmen Gladys Smith, Carrizo Springs 
Lurline Smith, Austin 
Betty Carolyn Stanford, Livingston 
Shirley Beth Stone, Corpus Christi 
Gertrude Thaxton, Mason 
Dorothy Louise Thornton, Arlington 
Clementine White, Victoria 
Evelyn Elsie Zak, Taylor 




Alsmeyer, Arick, Bone, Brandenberger, 
Brassell, Brandt. 



Bridges, Carroll, Carson, Crainer, 
Dimmick, Dodge. 



Duke, Emerine, Evans, Gardiner, 
Haag, Hammer. 



PAGE 196 



Fall 

O. JACKIE MATTHEWS 
ANITA D. RUNNEBERG 
CARMEN GLADYS SMITH 
DARLENE PROUSE . 
LURLINE SMITH 
NABEELA HASSEN . 



OFFICERS 

President . 

First V. -President . 

Second V .-President 

Recording Secretary 

Corresponding Sec'y 

Treasurer 



Spring 

DARLENE PROUSE 
DOROTHY LOUISE THORNTON 
SHIRLEY BETH STONE 
ANN RUTH PATRICK 
SHIRLEY SUE BRASSELL 
CARMEN GLADYS SMITH 



PLEDGES 



Ann Elaine Arick, Midland 
Jen-Doell Brandenberger, Mason 
Judy Beth Brandt, San Antonio 
Barbara Brooks Bordwell, Houston 
Deralee Ann Dimmick, San Antonio 
Nancy Mary Dodge, Albany 
Charlotte Octavia Duke, San Antonio 
Sally Anne Emmerine, Victoria 
Barbara Carolyn Gardiner, Bellaire 
Shirley Ann Godbold, Leaky 
Mary Lee Green, Sinton 
Martha Ruth Jackson, Brownsville 
Patricia Ann Johnston, Refugio 
Janelle Georadine Joseph, Austin 
Lou Ann King, Gainesville 
Earlene Adele Koster, Houston 
Emma Bell Metzger, Brownsville 
Mary Ann Molpus, Austin 
Etta Frances Morrell, Houston 



7T. 



Barbara E. Moxon, Port Arthur 
Mary David Grand, Austin 
Margaret Ann Orr, Bertram 
Ann Ruth Patrick, Austin 
Gloria Dell Porter, Lometa 
Julie Anne Potten, El Paso 
Joyce Ann Pritchett, Austin 
Joan Marie Proffer, Paris 
Joann Pruitt, Austin 
Shirley Wren Roy, Houston 
Mary Lou Sanders, Austin 
Ann Genevive Shelton, Austin 
Edith Ann Stephens, Victoria 
Carol Sutherland, Austin 
Margaret Ann Vasek, La Grange 
Connie Joyce Williams, Henderson 
Geneva Joyce Williams, Austin 
Norma Joyce Woods, Liberty 




Top Row: Hassen, Jackson, Joseph, Koster. 

Second Row: Lennon, Meadows, McBrayer, 
Matthews. 

Third Row: Metzger, Obelgoner, Oran, Orr. 
Fourth Row: Patrick, Porter, Potter, Pritchett. 
Fifth Row: Prouse, Pruitt, Roy, Runneberg. 

Sixth Row: Sanders, Schulle, B. L. Smith, C. 
Smith. 

Seventh Row: L. B. Smith, Stanford, Stephens, 
Stone. 

Eighth Row: Sutherland, Thorton, C. J. Wil- 
liams, G. J. Williams. 

Ninth Row: Woods, Zak. 




. K r A 

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PAGE 197 



ALPHA OMICRON PI 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1941 

64 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1897 



MEMBERS 

Gladys Appel, Brenham 

Bessie Rae Belcher, Dickinson 

Isabella Lucie Burrow, Killeen 

Carol Lou Rena Cannon, Edinburg 

Jacquelynn Ann Cavileer, Austin 

Shirley Randall Clark, Houston 

Pauline Evon Davidson, Houston 

Barbara Ann Frost, Austin 

Dolores Jean Ghiselli, Galveston 

Joan E. Gravell, Houston 

Dorothy Jean Hello, Austin 

Barbara Worth House, Austin 

Patricia Ann Howe, Thorndale 

Alice Leona Kelly, Sylacauga, Ala. 

Donna Jeanne LaBounty, San Juan 

Gale McByrd Long, Birmingham, Ala. 

Bethann Martin, Rockwell 

Jane Ann McCracken, Austin 

Mary Gwyn McCullough, Austin 

Veronica E. Morel, San Antonio 

Nancy Sue Patterson, Dallas 

Betty Jean Payne, San Antonio 

Joan Frances Randall, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Eleanor C. Rosen, Houston 

Jo Ann Schooler, Shreveport, La. 

Martha Meredith Shillito, Birmingham, Ala. 

Grazia A. Talerico, Pittsburgh, Penn. 

Martha Ann Tate, Waverly, Tenn. 

Beverly Ann Toney, Dallas 

Merle Paunee Tooke, Humble 

Jerrie Jean Wieckhoff, Dallas 

Caroline Dean Williams, Birmingham, Ala. 




Belcher, Burrow, Cannon, Cavileer, 
Clark. 



Cooper, Davidson, Dunstan, Frost, 
Gravell. 



Chiselli, Green, Griffith, Hamilton, 
Hello. 



PAGE 198 



FACULTY 

HELEN" NORWOOD DEATHE, Director of Men's Residence Halls 
ELIZABETH TARPLEY, Professor of Home Economics 



Fall 

DONNA JEANNE LABOUNTY 
BETTY JEAN PAYNE 
MARTHA ANN TATE 
DOLORES JEAN GHISELLI 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



PLEDGES 

Ann Morrison Barker, Marshall 
Barbara Ann Callaway, Waco 
Marcia Beth Cooper, Dallas 
Marilee Dunstan, Orange 
Jamee Ellen Ewing, Lincoln, Nebr. 
Barbara Ann Gillespie, Amarillo 
Brenda Lou Green, Dallas 
Martha Emily Griffith, Duncanville 
Lillian Frances Hall, Houston 
Shirley Jean Hamilton, Laredo 
Flora Ruth Hill, Jonesboro, Ark. 
Pe ggy Joyce Jamison, Shreveport, La. 
Doris Catherine Miller, Mercedes 




Spring 

BESSIE RAE BELCHER 
BEVERLY ANN TONEY 
GLADYS APPEL 
NANCY SUE PATTERSON 




Top Row: House, Howe, Kelly. 
Second Rout: LaBounty, Long, Martin. 
Third Row: McCracken, McCulIough, Miller. 
Fourth Row: Morel, Patterson, Payne. 
Fifth Row: Randall, Rosen, Shillito. 
Sixth Row: Talerico, Tate, Toney. 
Seventh Row: Tookc, Wieckhoff, Williams. 



PACE 199 



ALPHI PHI 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1920 

49 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1872 



Noeljean Adkins, Denison 
Gelya Anderson, Bellaire 
Katherine Ann Armstrong, Austin 
Elizabeth Louise Barr, Newgulf 
Laura Holloway Becker, Galveston 
Frances Eugenia Berryman, Houston 
Alice Beatrice Bishop, Victoria 
Mary Lou Bliss, Austin 
Dorothy Meade Bruns, Seguin 
Mary Sue Burks, Austin 
Carolyn Cauthen Burton, Temple 
Donna J. Cameron, Meridian 
Patricia Ann Cox, Beeville 
Johanna Ruth Crow, Bay City 
Jacquelyn Culbertson, Vernon 
Delores Derrick, Austin 
Linda Ray Dorris, Dallas 
Carole Lyn Ferguson, Me Allen 
Betty Joan Flippin, Breckenridge 
Alice Gazelle Gardiner, Austin 
Patricia Joan Gayle, San Antonio 
Mary Hatcher Glade, Wichita Falls 
Carolyn Sue Gordon, Dallas 
Mary Dolores Greco, Arlington, Va. 
Janet Jeannine Griffins, Vernon 
Carole Adelaide Grimes, Austin 
Sue Margaret Hoffman, San Antonio 
Dana Dunbar Howe, San Antonio 
Carol Ann Inabnet, Galveston 
Peggy Jean Ives, Houston 
Van Diane Johanson, Brady 
Marlene Louise Joseph, Taylor 
Mary Ellen King, Austin 
Rosalie Amelia Klein, Tomball 

Constance Carolyn Lee, 
Fort Stockton 





.222 



Joan Elizabeth Lyon, Dallas 
Beverly Jo McCabe, Victoria 
Leva LaRue McFarland, Anson 
Lolita Ruth McNeill, Houston 
Gloria Winifred Meyer, Houston 
Louise Van A. Mitchell, 

New Caanan, Conn. 
Mary Jane Munson, Angleton 
Martha Ann Nichols, Beeville 
Greta Elizabeth Nissen, San Antonio 
Anne Carol Orr, Newgulf 
Margaret Texanna Petty, Crockett 
Wanda Ruth Reagan, Houston 
Ouida Jane Rochester, Austin 
Margaret Jean Royall, 

Washington, D. C. 
Katherine Sanguily, Houston 
Nell Beth Sansing, Higgins 
Joy Tynelle Sansing, Spearman 
Dixie May Schaefer, San Antonio 
Margaret Ann Schmidt, Yoakum 
Frances Smith, Robstown 
Lucy Lee Speaker, Austin 
Katherine Ann Spooner, Dallas 
Fran G. Stamper, Bellaire 
Joan Catherine Stevenson, 

San Antonio 
Shirley Van Wormer Stillinger, 

Houston 

Angelica Strassmann, Houston 
Johana A. Walker, Pasadena 
Mary Helen Waters, Austin 
Ann Evelyn Watson, Brownwood 
Frances lona Webb, Austin 
Barbara Alice Wells, Wellington 
Marianne Dasher White, Houston 
Billie Marie Wrye, Galveston 



Anderson, Armstrong, Babin, Barr, 
Beakley, Becker, Beran, Berryman. 
Bishop. 



Bristol, Bruns, Burks, Cameron, Cox, 
Crow, Culbertson, Darwin, Dorris. 



Dumbauld, Ferguson, Finley, Gardi- 
ner, Gayle, Gillespie, Glade, Gor- 
don, Greco. 



Grimes, Hoffman, Inabnet, Ives, A. J. 
Johanson, V. D. Johanson, John- 
son, Joseph, King. 

PAGE 200 



FACULTY 

MARY KATHERINE DICKSON, Special Instructor in History 

MARY ERNESTINE GOLDMANN, Assistant Professor of Home Economics 

GOLDIE PRINTIS MORTON PORTER, Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics and 
Astronomy 



Fall 

FRANCES SMITH . 
GRETA ELIZABETH NISSEN 
MARGARET TEXANNA PETTY 
FRAN G. STAMPER 
CAROLYN SUE GORDON 
LEVA LAR.UE McFARLAND 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
First V ice-President 
Second Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer .... 

PLEDGES 



Spring 

FRANCES SMITH 
VAN DIANE JOHANSON 
ROSALIE AMELIA KLEIN 
JOAN ELIZABETH LYONS 
ANN EVELYN WATSON 
DOROTHY MEADE BRUNS 



Dorothy Louise Babin, Texas City 
Barbara Sue Beakley, Freeport 
Dorothy Julia Beran, Caldwell 
Virginia Ann Bristol, Lampasas 
Loretta Agnes Brown, Galveston 
Nancy Ann Clayton, Killeen 
Patricia E. Darwin, Pasadena, Calif. 
Joan B. Dumbauld, Corpus Christi 
Anne Sue Finley, Austin 
Shirley Mike Gillespie, Austin 
Elizabeth Dee Henderson, Houston 
April Jerodine Johanson, Brady 
Katherine Louise Johnson, Port Arthur 
La Verne Marilyn Koza, Texas City 
Julia Davene Lamm, Austin 
Adanelle Lemonds, Austin 
Jacquelyn Allison Lenard, Houston 
Mary Eva Lovejoy, Des Moines, Iowa 
Alison Lee McElhone, Las Vegas, Nev. 
Patsy Sue Millikan, Dallas 



Joan Yvonne Mueller, Houston 

Pauline Pechal, La Grange 

Bernice W. Pfeiffer, Brenham 

Jean Evelyn Pinkston, Dallas 

Grace Sue Riemann, Brownsville 

Barbara Ann Royall, Washington, D. C. 

Katina Sarris, San Antonio 

Eve Norine Schaetzle, Wichita. Kans. 

Amelia Eleen Shifflett, Austin 

Edith Lillian Smith, Houston 

Mary Elaine Sullivan, San Antonio 

Anne Parke Walker, Austin 

Lorayne C. Walker, Dallas 

Nancy Jo Walker, Austin 

Alice Louise Welder, Beeville 

Elizabeth White, Houston 

Marilyn Robera Whitehill, San Antonio 

Jo Ann Wilson, Me Allen 

Patricia Andra Woods, Jefferson 




Top Row: Klein, Lamm, Lemonds, Leonard 
Second Row: Lyon, McCabe, MrElhone Mc- 

Farland. 

Third Row: Meyer, Millikan, Mitchell, Mueller. 
fourth Row: Munson, Nichols, Nisson, Orr 
Fifth Row: Pfeiffer, Rca?an, Riemann, Roch- 
ester. 
Sixth Row: B. A. Royall, M. J. Royall, San- 

guily, J. T. Sansing. 
Seventh Row: N. B. Sansins;, Schmidt, SchilH, t 

F. Smith. 
Eighth Row: E. L. Smith, Speaker, Spooner, 

Stamper. 
Ninth Row: Stevenson, Stillin^er, Strassmann 

A. P. Walker. 
Tenth Row: J. A. Walker, L. C. Walker N I 

Walker, Watson. 

Eleventh Row: \\ ,!>!,. \\VIdrr, Wells, E. Whit,- 
Twelfth Row: M. D. Whiir. Whitehill, Wilson 

Wrye. 



PACE 201 




^OTIB 

LiABLfc4i^42H 




CHI OMEGA 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1904 

113 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1895 



Patricia Sue Barker, Crystal City 
Virginia May Barkley, Houston 
Katherine Barlow, Austin 
Peggy Jan Beall, Dallas 
Georgeann Beene, Port Arthur 
Beverly Jean Bezoni, Tyler 
Rae Boker, Dallas 
Janie Borneman, Houston 
Joanne Elizabeth Bredlow, Dallas 
Mary Rose Brady, Austin 
Jean K. Brownlee, Madisonville 
Joanne Earlene Burkhalter, Austin 
Mary Louise Campbell, Dallas 
Margaret Ruth Carter, Edinburg 
Cecile Ray Chidgey, San Antonio 
Sara Lu Clements, Dallas 
Margaret E. Collier, Jasper 
Edwina Culver, Tyler 
Jean Orr Dean, Sweetwater 
Marilyn Frances Denton, Waco 
Ruth Ann Dryden, Anahuac 
Jewel Ruth Evans, Fort Worth 
Patricia Ann Evans, Houston 
Shirley Corinne Fitch, San Antonio 
Betty Tom Flack, Amarillo 
Patricia Ann Fly, Crystal City 
Mary Ann Gray, Beaumont 
Jane Louise Hardwick, Longview 
Patsy Sue Hill, Fort Worth 
Belva Irma Hogue, Houston 
Mary Elizabeth Houston, Austin 
Mary Jo Hullum, Wills Point 
Joan Johnson, Kilgore 
Emilie Joy Jordan, McFaddin 
Mary Ellen Kallender, Eagle Pass 
Patricia Anne Kendall, Austin 
Barbara Jean Kerr, San Angelo 



^Ki,^ U. J .. vJ .ju, 




Swannee Latham, Taylor 
Charli Laws, Austin 
Lanelle Ruth Lutz, San Antonio 
Mary Merle McDermott, Dallas 
Martha Anne Melton, Dallas 
Rebecca Ann Morgan, Fort Worth 
Betty Loise Muckleroy, Buna 
Myrna Cornell Mugford, Houston 
Beverly Jule Newby, Dallas 
Gina Nichols, Robstown 
Bernadine Nixon, Lampasas 
Judith Carter Phelps, San Antonio 
Mary Elizabeth Pollard, Tyler 
Mary Pat Puig, Laredo 
Shirley Paulette Roberts, 

San Antonio 

Joyce Elaine Rydberg, Austin 
Cynthia Lou Sandahl, Austin 
Slvia Sue Scharfenberg, Fort Worth 
Mary Margaret Schmitz, 

San Antonio 
Nancy Elaine Schneider, 

San Antonio 

Cordelia Jane Sprong, Houston 
Barbara Jean Squibb, Dallas 
Jo Ann Stillwagon, Houston 
Margaret Sue Sunkel, Clarksville 
Joan Carlton Taylor, Beaumont 
Gladys Joyce Vernon, Houston 
Lela Owens Wade, Arlington 
Ann Josephine Watson, Amarillo 
Sylvia K. Willey, San Antonio 
Lois Louise White, Albany 
Barbara Ann Wright, San Antonio 
Lillian Aline Wood, Corpus Christi 
Bennie Lee Fowler, Fort Worth 
Barbara Jean Murrell, 

Oklahoma City 



Aerl, Alcorn, Aniol, Arledge, Ash- 
ford, Atkins, Barker, Barkley, Bar- 
low, Beall. 



Beene, Bcnzoni, Boger, Borneman, 
Boykin, Brady, Bredlow, Brownlee, 
Burkhalter, Burkhart. 



Byran, Campbell, Carter, Clarke, Col- 
lier, Cross, Culver, Dean, Denman, 
Denton. 



Dew, Draper, Dryden, Eisemann, 
P. A. Evans, Fitch, Flack, Fly, 
Flynn, Garner. 

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A, 



Fall 

GEORGEANN BEENE . 
MARY PATRICIA Puio 
CORDELIA JANE SPRONG . 

MARGARET EARLE COLLIER 
VIRGINIA LEE NICHOLS 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 

Recording 

Secretary 
Treasurer 

Corresponding 
Secretary 

PLEDGES 



Spring 

BERNADINE NIXON 
JOANNE EARLENE BTRKHALTER 
JUDITH CARTER PHELPS 

PATRICIA SUE BARKER 
KATHERINE BARLOW 



Rose Mae Aerl, Waco 
Margaret Etoile Alcorn, Corpus Christ! 
Elaine Elizabeth Aniol, San Antonio 
Alberta Ann Arledge, Crockett 
Suzanne Ashford, Austin 
Laura Louann Atkins, Austin 
Betty Jane Boger, Amarillo 
Jo Anne Boykin, Midland 
Nancye Burkhart, Archer City 
Carrilu Boykin Byram, Austin 
Nancy L. Clark, Port Arthur 
Kay Cross, Denton 
Charlotte Rae Denman, Tyler 
Dana Dew, Brownsville 
Barbara Ann Draper, Austin 
Mary Jo Eiseman, San Antonio 
Mary Patricia Flynn, Port Arthur 
Dorothy Sue Garner, San Antonio 
Nancy Jean Gillette, Fort Worth 
Carolyn S. Green, Houston 
Marianne Hannon, Fort Worth 
Ann Harris, Corpus Christi 
Wanda Maxine Harris, San Antonio 
Martha Sue Hoffmeyer, Tyler 
Frances Lou Ivey, Odessa 




June Lakenmacher, Houston 
Connie LeRoy, Austin 
Catherine Ann Logan, San Marcos 
Jeanne Carole Mclntosh, Austin 
Peggy Lorraine Mayfield, Waco 
Carolyn Marie Miller, Raymondsville 
Edith Moore, Houston 
Nancy Carolyn Myrick, Jacksonville 
Margaret Herring Patrick, La Grange 
Patricia Lou Perry, Corpus Christi 
Helen Jane Pharr, San Antonio 
Martha Louise Phelps, San Antonio 
Maryly Richardson, Galveston 
Nancy Ann Ritter, Austin 
Betty Joyce Robbins, Longview 
Patricia Anne Seeley, Baytown 
Virginia Shropshire, Austin 
Sawnie Adeline Smith, Edinburg 
Glenda Ruth Sproles, Fort Worth 
Shirley Stillinger, Houston 
Carole Len Sweatman, Fort Worth 
Jan Ann Theimer, Houston 
Betty Lou Vance, Refugio 
Patricia Ann Warren, Edinburg 
Jacqueline Wheeler, Fort Worth 
Jane Anne Wright, Dallas 



Top Row: Gillett, Gray, Green, Hannon, A. 
Harris. 

Second Row: W. M. Harris, Hoffmeyer, Hous- 
ton, Hullum, Ivey. 

Third Row: Johnson, Kallander, Kendall, Kerr, 
Lakenmacher. 

Fourth Row: Latham, Logan, Lutz, McDer- 
iiintt. Mclntosh. 

Fifth Row: Mayfield, Miller, More, Morgan, 
Muckleroy. 

Sixth Row: Mugford, Murrell, Myrick, Newby, 
Nixon. 

Seventh Row: Patrick, Perry, Pharr, ]. C. 

Phelps, M. L. Phelps. 
Eighth Row: Puig, Ritter, Robbins, Roberts, 

Rydberg. 

Ninth Row: Sandahl, Scharfenberg, Schmitz, 
Schneider, Seeley. 

Tenth Row: Shropshire, Smith, Sproles, Sprong, 

Stillinger. 
Eleventh Row: Stillwagon, Sunkel, Sweatman, 

Taylor, Theimer. 

Twelfth Row: Vance, Vernon, Wade, Warren, 
Watson. 

Thirteenth Row: Wheeler, Wood, B. A. Wright, 
J. A. Wright. 




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DELTA DELTA DELTA 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1912 

97 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1888 



Marion Teresa Adams, Corpus Christ! 

Grace Elizabeth Await, Dallas 

Jane Miller Bailey, Port Arthur 

Martha Ann Beall, Jacksonville 

Marietta Beard, Taft 

Barbara Olivia Beatty, San Antonio 

Beverly Elaine Bihn, San Antonio 

Betty Madge Bills, Beeville 

Bonnie Lynette Blades, Houston 

Janis Lillian Boguskie, Hearne 

Elizabeth Hamilton Bonnet, San Antonio 

Rie Charlotte Booth, Taylor 

Tommye Lou Brown, El Paso 

Barbara Eve Burr, Austin 

Dorothy Helen Cook, Cuero 

Mary Robin Corwin, Austin 

Connie Arden Craig, Corpus Christ! 

Barbara Crockett, Port Arthur 

Frances Starr Davis, Nacogdoches 

Louise Diamond, Russellville, Ala. 

Virginia Sue Easley, San Antonio 

Lura Elliston, Fort Worth 

Louise Estill, Houston 

Judith Jule Ehman, Houston 

Carol Ann Fischer, Cuero 

Sue Flippen, Coleman 

Patricia Love Folmar, Austin 

Margaret Mary Fulton, Lake Charles, La. 

Nan Carolyn Fussell, Bryan 

Sandra Kay Gingrich, Seguin 

Ann Katherine Guest, Fort Worth 

Jean Carol Hartley, Riverside, 111. 

Elizabeth Louise Henderson, Lufkin 

Mary Louise Holt, Waco 

Mary Zoe Ingerson, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Sonya Ann Ingwersen, Port Arthur 

Amy lone Johnson, San Antonio 

Douglas Ann Johnson, Dallas 

Barbara Ann LeFlore, San Antonio 

Shirley Margaret Long, Austin 

Jo Ann Mays, Dallas 

Carol Emily McGee, Waxahachie 

Carol Louise Moak, Port Arthur 



Patricia Moseley, Dallas 
Lois Diane Moyer, LaMarque 
Nancy Ann Nichols, Navasota 
Shirley Joan Nordyke, Bay City 
Nancy Ann O'Brien, Dallas 
Ethel Elizabeth O'Bannon, College Station 
Beverly Louise Pack, El Paso 
Marilyn Pope, Tyler 
Sue Ragsdale, Dallas 
Louise West Randall, Fort Worth 
Anita Lucille Reed, Dallas 
Joanna Reeves, Wichita, Kans. 
Carol Ann Reid, Bryan 
Pat Robinson, Dallas 
Martha Ann Rosborough, Tyler 
Joan Kay Russell, Kilgore 
Cynthia Sadler, Gatesville 
Wilma Agnes Sandel, Beeville 
Frances Scott, Beaumont 
Eleanor Sellers, Abilene 
Carol Settegast, Houston 
Frances Pauline Shaller, Canadian 
Ida Lanette Sherman, Dallas 
Jean M. Shankle, Muskogee, Okla. 
Ann Smith, McAllen 
Norma Brooks Smith, Houston 
Beth Smyth, Houston 
Joann King Spell, McAllen 
Dorothy Pynor Spriggs, College Station 
Shirley H. Stiles, El Paso 
Helen Kay Surratt, El Paso 
Betty Ann Thompson, Borger 
Phyllis Maurine Vagtborg, San Antonio 
Joan Frances Warden, El Paso 
Ann Willson Williams, Houston 
Donna Mae Williamson, Austin 
Barbara Caroline Winkler, 
Upper Montclair, N. J. 
Jane Louise Winslow, Houston 
Peggy Ann Wolff, San Antonio 
Alma Claire Wright, Lufkin 
Barbara Jean Youmans, Beaumont 




Adams, Andrew, Await, Bailey, Barber, 
Beall, Beard, Beatty, Beauchamp, 
Bihn. 



Blades, Bonnet, Booth, Booz, Brown, 
Burr, Casey, Castlebcrry, Cook. 
Corwin. 



Craig, Crockett, S. Davis, K. Davis, 
Diamond, Douglass, Drisdale, Eas- 
ley, Ehman, Elliston. 



Estill, Ferguson, Fischer, Fogleman, 
Folmar, Fulton, Gingrich, Gray, 
Green, Groner. 

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FACULTY 

DOROTHY AYRES, Administrative Assistant, College of Business Administration 
MARIANA KKNNEDY McALLISTER, Visiting Lecturer in Library Science 



Fall 

BETH SMYTH ... 
AMY IONE JOHNSON 
CAROL LOUISE MOAK 
MARTHA ANN ROSBOROUGH 

FRANCES STARR DAVIS 



OFFICERS 

President . 
First V .-President . 
Second V. -President 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding 
Secretary 



ETHEL ELIZABETH O'BANNON Treasurer 



Spring 

MARIETTA BEARD 
SHIRLEY MARGARET LONG 
MARILYN POPE 
DOUGLAS ANN JOHNSON 

MARGARET MARY FULTON 
BARBARA CROCKETT 



PLEDGES 



Laura Sue Andrew, Dallas 
Carol Helen Baines, Des Moines, Iowa 
Cecelia Ann Barber, Beeville 
Florence Anne Beauchamp, Seguin 
Barbara Renska Booz, Port Arthur 
Constance Jean Casey, San Benito 
Mary Lea Castleberry, Longview 
Celeste Curran, College Station 
Kathryn Louise Davis, Port Arthur 
Marilyn Ida Denman, Lubbock 
Anne Carolyn Douglass, Fort Worth 
Sally Ann Drisdale, Del Rio 
Julia Ann Ferguson, Nacogdoches 
Elizabeth Ann Flippen, Coleman 
Evelyn Jane Fogleman, Dallas 
Mary Jeannette Gray, San Saba 
Nancy Elizabeth Green, San Antonio 
Hinda Lois Groner, Baytown 
Beverly Ann Guinn, Dallas 
Carolyn Anne Guynes, Fort Worth 
Katherine Ann Hart, Austin 
Sharon Raycia Hill, Austin 
Carole Jean Hix, Austin 
Patricia Hoppe, Abilene 
Alice Ann Hutson, Nacogdoches 
Jean L. Jackson, Garland 




June N. Jackson, Garland 

Annette Sue Landry, Austin 

Joan Hodson Leonard, San Antonio 

Katherine Lewis, Midland 

Carolyn Lois Morris, Houston 

Margaret Corine Rachal, Fort Stockton 

Beverly Rae Roberts, Texas City 

Nancy Jane Rogers, Longview 

Ann Elizabeth Sadler. Fort Worth 

Jan Lowry Simpson, Dallas 

Marilyn Virginia Steele, Austin 

Nancy Lee Summers, Henderson 

Sue Summers, Austin 

Betty Jane Templeton, Houston 

Mary Ann Thomas, Madisonville 

Sally Jo Thorngren, San Antonio 

Carolyn Lee Tobin, 

Panama City, Canal Zone 
Dianne Tyson, Fort Worth 
Martha Jane Wainwright, Houston 
Marion White, San Antonio 
Betty Jean Whitten, Dallas 
Jeanne Wiedeman, Houston 
Ruth Elinor Wilson, Dallas 
Shirley Jane Wood, Tyler 



Top Row: Guest, Guinn, Guynes, Hart, Hartley. 
Second Row: Hill, Hix, Holt, Hoppe, Hutson. 
Third Row: Ingerson, Jean Jackson, June Jack- 
son, A. I. Johnson, D. A. Johnson. 

Fourth Row: Landry, LeFlore, Leonard, Lewis, 
Long. 

Fifth Row: McGce, Mays, Moak, Moseley, 
Moyer. 

Sixth Row: O'Bannon, O'Brien, Pope, Rachal, 
Randall. 

Seventh Row: Ragsdale, Ratliff, Reed, Reeves, 
Rogers. 

Eighth Row: Rosborough, Russell, Ryals, A. 
Sadler, C. Sadler. 

Ninth Row: Sandel, Scott, Sellers, Settegast, 
Shaller. 

Tenth Row: Shankle, Sherman, Simpson, A. 
Smith, Smyth. 

Eleventh Row: Spriggs, N. Summers, S. Sum- 
mers, Surratt, Szechenyi. 

Twelfth Row: Templeton, Thomas, Thompson, 
Thorngren, Tobin. 

Thirteenth Row: Tyson, Vagtborg, Wainwright, 

Warden, White. 
Fourteenth Row: Wiedeman, Williams, Wilson, 

Winkler, Winslow. 
Fifteenth Row: Wood, Writ-lit, Youmans. 



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DELTA GAMMA 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1938 

77 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1873 



Priscilla Worth Beal, Midland 
Marilyn Biel, Austin 
Dolores Blumentritt, Midland 
Marjorie Janice Bourdon, Houston 
Carolyn Ruth Bratton, Del Rio 
Beverly Ann Brown, San Antonio 
Carita Joan Calkins, Austin 

Sandra Ann Galloway, 
Corpus Christi 

Jaynet Catterton, Amarillo 
Mildred Sue Chapman, San Antonio 
Marilyn Eliza Claiborne, Charlotte 
Nancy Crabtree, Dallas 
Nancy H. Crawford, Huntsville 
Norma Jean Crow, San Antonio 
Doris Marie Davidson, Houston 
Caroline Dowell, McKinney 
Sue Ann Fullerton, Taylor 
Marilyn Gann, Trinity 
Joan Gray, Houston 
Joe Ann Guisinger, Dallas 
JoAnn Guynes, Houston 
Marilyn F. Hampton, Dallas 
Mary Emily Harkleroad, Amarillo 
Frances Henry, Texarkana 
Ruthanne Huser, Joplin, Miss. 



Colleen Kahlick, Weimar 
Ellen Ann Korth, San Antonio 
Joyce Ann Krenek, Taylor 
Elizabeth Ladon, San Antonio 
Dorothy Jean Lang, Mercedes 
Mary Joan Lansford, Snyder 
Janet Lee, Austin 
Emily Louise Martin, Dallas 
Maurine E. Mitchell, San Antonio 
Jean Anne Neal, Austin 
Jane Elizabeth Neill, Sonora 
Helen Marie Rast, Kilgore 
Dade Ann Ross, Del Rio 
Marshalyn Roach, Alice 
Mary Evelyn Rubarth, Austin 
Dolores Antoinette Russell, Kilgore 
Mary Jane Scott, Coleman 
Bobbie Gene Sherwood, Kilgore 
Jeanette Smith, Houston 
JoAnn Spears, Austin 
Nancy E. Teague, Slaton 
Helen Louise Timpson, San Antonio 
Revill Ann Wainwright, Houston 
Melba P. Welsh, Corpus Christi 
Frances Jane Winters, San Antonio 
Jean Aline Wynn, Austin 




Adams, Bayless, Biel, Blumentritt, 
Bourdon, Bratton, B. Brown, P. 
Brown. 



Caldeira, Calkins, Callaway, Catter- 
ton, Chapman, Claiborne, Coleman, 
Cooper. 



Crawford, Crow, Daggett, Davidson, 
Dowell, Fullerton, Gann, Gregg. 



Guynes, Hampton, Harkleroad, Har- 
ris, Head, Hickerson, Henry, Hollis, 
Huser. 



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FACULTY 

ANNA Hiss, Director of Physical Training for Women 
CORA MERRIUAN MARTIN, Professor of Elementary Education 
SHEILA M. O'GARA, Assistant Professor of Physical Training for Women 



Fall 

CAROLINE DOWELL . 
NANCY E. TEAGUE 
REVILL ANN WAINWRIGHT 
FRANCES HENRY 
DORIS MARIE DAVIDSON 



OFFICERS 

President . 
V ice-President . 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

JEAN ANNE NEAL 
MARY JOAN LANSFORD 
DOLORES BLUMENTRITT 
HELEN MARIE RAST 
DOROTHY JEAN LANG 



PLEDGES 



Etheldra Margaret Adams, Selman City 
Carolyn Jane Baugh, San Antonio 
Shirley Ann Bayless, Notrees 
Prudence O. Brown, Amarillo 
Peggy Caldeira, Mercedes 
Shelia Cason, Conroe 
Sue Ellen Coleman, Gladewater 
Nancy Gail Cooper, Midland 
Mary Adele Daggett, Naturita, Colo. 
Mary Wilmoth Douglas, Jacksonville 
Nancy Jay Fishe, Dallas 
Patsy Goodman, San Antonio 
Audrey Eline Gregg, Kyle 
Barbara Ann Harris, San Antonio 
Sharon Yvonne Head, Bryan 
Ann Conner Hickerson, College Station 
Patricia Ann Hollis, Henderson 
Joann Johnson, Lockhart 
Johanna Kilpatrick, Fort Worth 
Barbara Ann Krog, Fort Worth 
Glenda Gay LaGrone, San Antonio 
Martha Ann Lassiter, Austin 
Patricia Ann Ludwig, Austin 
Barbara Johanna McLennon, Austin 
Winnie Jane Maclver, Dallas 




Lucy Martin, Dallas 
Jackie Louise Mills, Del Rio 
Carol Virginia Mims, Amarillo 
Joan Morrison, San Antonio 
Nancy Ann Neill, Sonora 
Barbara Lynn Parks, San Antonio 
Martha Ann Patton, Borger 
Nancy Yvonne Peavy, Austin 
Ann Louise Percy, Dallas 
Carlton Ann Pfeil, San Antonio 
Martha Lou Pittenger, San Antonio 
Corrine Elaine Probst, George West 
Barbara Dale Roberts, Houston 
Jo Ann Roberts, Austin 
Martha Jean Roddy, Realitos 
Florence Scarbrough, San Antonio 
Nancy K. Shirlds, Roscoe 
Barbara J. Simmons, San Antonio 
Charlotte Ann Smith, Borger 
Shirley Ann Teague, Slaton 
Elizabeth Ann Wilson, Fort Worth 
Sarah Elizabeth Woodfin, El Paso 
Joan D. Young, Houston 
Celia Ann Zant, Odesa 



Top Row: Johnson, Kahlich, Krcnek, Krog. 
Second Row: Ladon, LaGrone, Lang, Lansford. 

Third Row: Lassetcr, Ludwig, McLennan, E. 
Martin. 

Fourth Row: L. Martin, Mills, Mims, Mitchell. 
Fifth Row: Morrison, Ncal, J. E. Neill, N. Neill. 
Sixth Row: Parks, Patton, Percy, Pfeil. 

Seventh Row: Probst, Rast, Roach, B. D. 
Roberts. 

Eighth Row: J. A. Roberts, Rubarth, Russell, 
Scott. 

Ninth Row: Sherwood, Shields, Simmons, 
Smith. 

Tenth Row: Spears, N. Teague, S. A. Teague, 
Timpson. 

Eleventh Row: Wainwright, Welsh, Wilson, 
Winters. 

Twelfth Row: Woodfin, W'ynn, Young, Zant. 



PACE 207 




DELTA PHI EPSILON 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1934 

21 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1917 



Doris Lynn Abrams, Brookhaven, Miss. 

Charlotte Ruth Aronson, Waco 

Joan Bagelman, Port Arthur 

Ruth Joy Benson, Dallas 

Faye Berman, Birmingham, Ala. 

Marilyn Claire Blatt, Dallas 

Marlene Joy Clark, Galveston 

Irma Jean Cohen, Nashville, Tenn. 

Carolyn Jewell Diamond, Memphis, Tenn. 

Joan R. Drilling, Dallas 

Sybil Fabricant, Denver, Colo. 

Annette Abra Fargotstein, Galveston 

Louise Dean Finkelstein,Hutchinson, Kan. 

Joyce Friedman, El Paso 

Carole Serene Gilbert, Dallas 

Aylene Giller, Dallas 

Shirley R. Goldstein, Dallas 

Hannah Goren, Dallas 

Pearl Grenader, Houston 

Janet Sue Harris, Dallas 

Sandra Ellen Holtzman, Brownsville 

Rcnce Elaine Horwitz, Port Arthur 

Jan Klapper, Tulsa, Okla. 

Joan Krupp, Houston 

Charlotte M. Leiman, Dallas 

Adele Lippmann, Texas City 

Shirley Elaine Lynn, Waco 

Marlene Ethel Marcovitch, Wharton 

Rhita Marlene Merson, Houston 

Marshe Mutchnick, Mobile, Ala. 

Phyllis Louise Rosenberg, El Paso 

Lorraine (Cookie) Sanov, Gladewater 

Monica Segal, Houston 

Marjorie Ann Shocket, Little Rock, Ark. 

Reva Lee Siegel, Houston 

Elaine Faye Smith, Laramie, Wyo. 

Molly Ann Tiras, Houston 

Eleanor Ruth Waldman, Houston 

Irene Wyde, Port Arthur 

Margie Bea Zoblotsky, Taylor 




Adel, Aronson, Bagelman, Benson, Bergcr, Ber- 
man, Blatt, Buchman. 



Clark, Clein, I. J. Cohen, S. Cohen, Diamond, 
Drilling, Fabricant, Fargotstein. 



Finkelstein, Friedlandcr, Friedman, Gilbert, 
Giller, Gochman, Goldberg, D. H. Goldstein, 
S. R. Goldstein. 

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Fall 

JOAN BAGELMAN 
CHARLOTTE RVTH ARONSON 
MARLENE ETHEL MARCOVITCH 
MARLENE JOY CLARK 

DORIS LYNN ABRAMS 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Corresponding 

Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

CHARLOTTE RUTH ARONSON 
PEARL GRENADER 
FAYE HERMAN 
JOAN KRUPP 

AUELE LlPPMANN 



PLEDGES 

Natalie Joan Adel, Dallas 
Rosalyn Joyce Berger, Mobile, Ala. 
Madalyn Buchman, Mobile, Ala. 
Shirley Ann Clein, Atlanta, Ga. 
Shirley Cohen, Dallas 
Gracie Fallick, San Antonio 
Beverly Friedlander, Mobile, Ala. 
Phyllis Vivian Gochman, San Antonio 
Susan Lynn Goldberg, San Antonio 
Dolores Helen Goldstein, Beaumont 
Shirley Ann Heilbron, Dallas 
Sandra Beth Kaplan, Wichita, Kan. 
Eileen Lois Kirsh, Harlingen 
Gloria Yvonne Laves, Fort Worth 
Lois Emily Lefkovits, Houston 
Yvette Levine, Memphis, Tenn. 
Geane Marian Lewis, Houston 
Helene Ann Lips, Mobile, Ala. 
Hanna Lois Neiman, Dallas 
Lillian Rae Ornish, Dallas 
Sheila Rae Poborsky, Houston 
Phyllis Ripps, Mobile, Ala. 
Joan Frances Robinson, Lufkin 
Natalie Diane Rubin, Dallas 
Irene Sicro, Atlanta, Ga. 
Roanne Wagner, Houston 
Rachel Ann Zoblotsky, Picher, Okla. 




Top Row: Goren, Grcnadcr, Harris, Heilbron. 

Second Row: Holtzman, Kaplan, Kirsh, 
Klapper. 

Third Rout: Krupp, Laves, Lefkovits, Leiman. 
Fourth Row: Levine, Lewis, Lippmann, Lips. 

Fifth Row: Lynn, Marcovitch, Mcrson, 
Mutchnick. 

Sixth Row: Neiman, Ornish, Poborsky, Ripps. 

Seventh Row: Robinson, Rosenberg, Rubin, 
Sanov. 

Eighth Row: Srgal, Shocket, Sicro, Sirnd. 
Ninth Row: Smith, Tiras, Waldman, Zoblotsky. 




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PAOE209 



DELTA ZETA 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1924 

74 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1902 



Sara Ann Abrego, Houston 

Roberta Mae Anderson, San Antonio 

Helen Claire Barr, Houston 

Gillis Anne Bienvenu, Opelousas, La. 

Carole Anne Billingsley, Odessa 

Sue Anne Boehm, Bellaire 

Ava Virginia Brooks, Houston 

Barbara Jean Brown, Three Rivers 

Betty Bunch, Austin 

Marjorie Ann Bunge, El Campo 

Patricia Louise Burleigh, Austin 

Jean Emily Claeys, McAllen 

Ann Collette, Houston 

Carol Cook, Houston 

Janis Marie Dechman, Fort Worth 

Bettye B. DeRese, Port Arthur 

Mary Elda Dryer, Houston 

Dorothy Jane Durrenberger, 

Houston 

Susan Alice Farrington, Wimberly 
Cernice Faulk, San Antonio 
Marianna Forrest, Houston 
Dixie Mae Gordon, Coleman 
Ann Kay Harrington, Terrell 



ttT J*: : ,- 




Davia Hewlett Hawes, Houston 
Patricia Jean Hewitt, Houston 
Patricia Ann Horkan. Beaumont 
Sammye Ann Kuhn, Houston 
Barbara Leonard, Fort Worth 
Mary Lou Lynch, San Antonio 
Lula Margaret McMillan, Amarillo 
Sara Phyllis Maxwell, San Antonio 
Wanogene Rita Morgan, 
Corpus Christi 

Katherine Dean Newnam, 
San Antonio 

Marian Fay Noster, New Braunfels 
Barbara Joan Peagler, Houston 
Wayne Diane Penney, Houston 
Joanne Pollock, Houston 
Shirley Joe Prosser, Conroe 
Elizabeth Ann Redd, Houston 
Patricia Ann Schmidt, Taft 
Barbara Ann Sheldon, Houston 
Lotha Ann Stephens, Pasadena 
Frieda Ellen Struve, Campbellton 
Mary Carolyn Ussery, Austin 
Mary Frances Watkins, Houston 
Elsie Wheeler, Austin 
Margaret Elizabeth Wilde, Austin 



Abrego, Anderson, Barr, Bernard, Bil- 
lingsley, Boehm, Brooks, Brown. 



L k 



Bunch, Bunge, Burleigh, Carolan, 
Claeys, Cook, Copeland, Corrotto. 



Critchfield, Culver, Davis, Dechman, 
DeRese, Dreyer, Durrenberger, 
Fairlee. 



Farrington, Faulk, Forrest, French, 
Gordon, Green, Harrington, Hatcher. 



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Fall 

MARIAN N A FORREST . 
DOROTHY JANE DURRENBERGER 
PATRICIA LOUISE BURLEIGH 
JOANNE E. POLLOCK . 
SARA PHYLLIS MAXWELL 
ANN KAY HARRINGTON 



OFFICERS 

President . 

First V. -President . 

Second V. -President 

Recording Secretary 

Carres. Secretary 

Treasurer 



Spring 

ANN COLLETTE 
DA VIA HEWLETT HAWES 
CAROLE BILUNGSLEY 
SARA PHYLLIS MAXWELL 
SAMMYE ANN KUHN 
SARA ANN ABREGO 



Carmen Marie Anton, Dallas 
Betty Jo Bernard, Houston 
Bettye Joanne Carolan, Waco 
Mary Dee Cooper, Houston 
Joanne Copeland, Winnsboro 
Eloise Ann Corrotto, Dallas 
Lillie Frances Critchfield, Galveston 
Carolyn Marvel Culver, Houston 
Patricia Ann Davis, Austin 
Jane Alice Fairlee, Austin 
Bobby Ann French, Houston 
Dorothy Louise Green, San Antonio 
Georgia Exah Hancock, Pasadena 
Gloria Irene Hatcher, Houston 
Florence Evelyn Henry, San Antonio 
Dorothy Ellen Huffman, Houston 
JoAnn Elizabeth Lawson, San Antonio 
Patricia Jean Matzke, Houston 
Wyvonna (Donnie) McCaughan, 
Dallas 



PLEDGES 

Janet Iris McManus, Beaumont 
Maribeth Lydia McPherson, Huntsville 
Sandra Mary Mechura, Houston 
Dorothy Evelyn Newnam, San Antonio 
Sue Noel, Houston 
Beverly Joyce Power, Taft 
Jeannine Prosser, Conroe 
Alice Joyce Reynolds, Houston 
Joyce Agatha Schnell, Houston 
Barbara Joan Tompkins, Athens 
Charlie Ann Treadwell, San Antonio 
Barbara Ann Tucker, Houston 
Betty Jo Waddill, Conroe 
Joan Marie Warner, Austin 
Nancy Jane Williams, Austin 
Sue Ann Worthington, Dallas 
Nancy Ann Wren, Houston 
Zora Belle Wright, Sierra Blanca 
Marjorie Ann Yerington, Fort Worth 
Shirley Elizabeth Yerington, Fort Worth 




Top Row: Hawes, Henry, Hewitt, Horkan. 
Second Row: Huffman, Kenny, Kuhn, Lawton. 
Third Row: Leonard, Lynch, Matzke, Maxwell. 
Fourth Row: McCaughan, McManus, McMil- 
len, Mechura. 

Fifth Row: Morgan, D. E. Newnam, K. D. 

Newnam, Noster. 

Sixth Row: Peagler, Penney, Pollock, Power. 
Seventh Row: J. Prosser, S. J. Prosser, Redd, 

Reynolds. 

Eighth Row: Schmidt, Schnell, Sheldon,. 

Stephens. 

'inth Row: Struve, Tomkins, Tucker, Waddill. 
Tenth Row: Warner, Watkins, Wheeler, Wilde. 
Eleventh Row: Williams, M. A. Yerington, 

S. E. Yerington. 



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GAMMA PHI BETA 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1922 

59 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1874 



Myrlene Anderson, San Antonio 
Marie Viola Arisco, Port Arthur 
Cynthia Armsworth, San Antonio 
Frances Kendall Atkins, Highlands 
Marilyn Bailey, Houston 
June Iris Barrett, Houston 
Elizabeth Ann Barren, Waco 
Earlene Barton, Longview 
Corinne Beall, Austin 
Jo Ann Boggus, Austin 
Joanne Buroughs, Dallas 
Mary Elizabeth Bynum, 

Rio Grande City 
Angela Caldwell, Houston 
Charlotte Carlisle, Kansas City, Mo. 
Dolores Cecilia Cobb. Hillsboro 
Adele Crawford, Crockett 
Norma Jean Curtis, Aransas Pass 
Ann Damon, Bartlesville, Okla. 
Alice Elizabeth Dunn, Houston 
Mary Haley Fairchild, San Antonio 
Joe Anne Cecelia Faulk, San Antonio 
Helen Frances Gott, Brownsville 
Mary Bain Haralson, Houston 
Nancy Blanton Heinen, Houston 
Barbara Ann Hunt, Garland 
Patricia Ann Jones, Waco 




Diana Lee Joseph, Austin 

Ann Krochman, Dallas 

Dorothy Ann Moore, Crockett 

Betty Jo Murray, Crockett 

Joan Luella Noyes, San Antonio 

Lola Kay Palmer, Baytown 

Mary Ann Pate, Refugio 

Amy Purcell, Navasota 

Dixie Faye Rawlings, Houston 

Betty Jean Scamardo, Hearne 

Joyce Elliott Shafer, Mertzen 

Barbara Jane Smith, Crockett 

Rosemary Sone, Corpus Christi 

Sarah Stone, Nocona 

Sharon Louise Swales, San Antonio 

Betty Jo Taylor, Dallas 

Mae Thompson, Atlantic Beach, Fla. 

Barbara Lee Terrell, Stephenville 

Mae Frances Thompson 

Betty Louise Tieken, Austin 

Mary Jane Turner, San Antonio 

Bettye Jo West, Keller 

Charmion Jean Woodland, Austin 

Bette C. Woods, Austin 

Jo Ann Young, Groves 

Suzanne Young, Midland 



Anderson, Arisco, Armsworth, Atkins, 
Bailey, Baker, Barton, E. C. Beall. 



J. K. Beall, Bletsch, Boggus, Brouse, 
Burroughs, Bynum, Byrnes, Carlisle. 



Cobb, Crawford, Curtis, Damon, Day, 
Fairchild, Garrard, Garrett. 



Goodroe, Gott, Haralson, Heinen, 
Hobein, Hughes, Hunt, Jacobs, 
Jones. 



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Fall 

MARY BAIN HARALSON 
BARBARA JANE SMITH 
ANN DAMON 
MAK THOMPSON 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

BARBARA LEE TERRELL 
JOE ANNE CECLIA FAULK 
BETTY JEAN SCAMARDO 
MARY ELIZABETH BYNUM 



PLEDGES 



Harriet Kay Baker, Dallas 

Lola Beth Ballew, El Dorado 

Julia Kathrine Beall, Crockett 

Doris Rudell Bletsch, Waco 

Martha Ann Brouse, Houston 

Diane Ethel Byrnes, San Antonio 

Phyllis Marie Craven, Marlin 

Carolyn Jean Day, Austin 

Frances Louie Garrard, Beaumont 

Elizabeth Dairon Garrett, Port Arthur 

Patricia Lucille Goodroe, Texarkana 

Wilhelmine Johanna Hicks, Homewood, 111. 

Lorraine Hobein, Dallas 

Margaret Frances Hughes, Houston 

Joyce Jacobs, Big Lake 

Jane Magdaleyn Kelly, Rock Rapid, Iowa 

Christina Bertrand Laney, El Salvador, C.A. 

Carol Ann Lembke, San Antonio 

Nettie Lou Lindsey, Borger 

JoAnn M. Lundgren, Elgin 

Elizabeth Ann Madden, San Antonio 

Marilyn McBrine, Austin 

Cordelia Ann Olson, Pasadena, Calif. 

Katherine Elizabeth Orr, San Antonio 

Leta Ann Pate, Fort Worth 

Lou Marie Reece, Dallas 

Betty John Rheubotham, Dallas 

Nancy Grace Rheubotham, Dallas 

Mary Ann Rostrom, Houston 

Peggy J ane Rowe, San Antonio 

Elise Sanders, Houston 

Mary Ogden Schultz, Houston 

Patsy Ruth Sengel, Houston 

Martha Marie Stone, Midland 

Jeanette Mary Thomas, Longview 

Barbara Jean Tuck, Austin 

Bobby Jack Van Deventer, Baytown 

Eunice Patricia Wales, Houston 

Wanda Jean Ward, Conway, Ark. 

Barbara Fern Waters, Winnsboro 

Emily Jo Woolard, Beaumont 




Top Row: Joseph, Krochman, Laney, Lembke. 

Second Row: McBrinr, Madden, Moore, Mur- 
ray. 

Third Row: Noyes, Olson, Orr, Palmer. 

Fourth Row: L. A. Pate, M. A. Pate, Purcell, 

Rawlings. 

Fifth Row: Reece, B. J. Rheubotham, N. G. 
Rheubotham, Rostrom. 

Sixth Row: Scamardo, Schultz, Sengel, Shafer. 

Seventh Row: Smith, Sone, M. M. Stone, S. 
Stone. 

Eighth Row: Swales, Taylor, Terrell, Thomas. 
Ninth Row: Thompson, Tuck, Turner, Wales. 
Tenth Row: Waters, West, Woodland, Woolard. 
Eleventh Row: Woods, J. Young, S. Young. 



PACE 213 




KAPPA ALPHA THETA 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1904 

77 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1870 



Barbara Allen, Waco 

Jean Amsler, Hempstead 

Ann Benbow, Austin 

Marjorie Ann Benton, San Antonio 

Bonnie Bliss Bertrant, Houston 

Beverly Bintliff, Houston 

Barbara Ann Bouldin, Houston 

Clarisse Yvonne Brown, San Antonio 

Claudette Cain, Dallas 

Christine Mary Chilton, Dallas 

Elizabeth Ann Chipman, Mount Pleasant 

Marjorie Ann Cramer, Midland 

Carolyn June Culbert, Gatesville 

JoAnn DeLoach, Tyler 

Robbie Dell Denney, Wichita Falls 

Carolyn Dickerson, Midland 

Mary Lynn DuBose, Wichita Falls 

Mary Marline Floyd, Naples 

Frances Elaine Folley, Amarillo 

Eloise Frame, Houston 

Ruth Fulcher, Austin 

Patty Gill Gideon, Austin 

Linda Hale Greathouse, Fort Worth 

Carole Janet Greene, Dallas 

Virginia Pauline Hays, Dallas 

Kay Barry Henry, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Marian Christine Hill, Fort Worth 

Patricia Hinds, Nacogdoches 

Shirley Margaret Hitt, Wichita Falls 

Macie Ann Hulse, El Paso 

Mary Louise Ivey, Denton 

Sue Johnson, Midland 

Beverly Jean Judson, San Antonio 

Maxine Lucia Kyle, Houston 

Diane Lehman, Houston 

Sarah Lew Link, Midland 

Lynne Lovinggood, Dallas 

Eleanor Frances Luckett, New Braunfels 

Ann Griffith Lyles, Austin 

Sara Ann McAlister, Nacogdoches 

Martha Sue McCarty, Corpus Christi 

Dora McDonald, Alice 

Rita M. McDonough, Galveston 




Patricia Ruth McLain, Dallas 

Marilyn Deefeld Markus, San Antonio 

Marian Marley, Austin 

Ann Park Mayfield, Waco 

Sandra Lou Mayfield, Waco 

Patricia Marie Miller, Pampa 

Tola Jean Moline, Wichita Falls 

Mary Jean Moore, Wichita Falls 

Mary Morgan, Beaumont 

Margaret Mosle, Houston 

Priscilla Alden Mullins, Amarillo 

Carolyn Ann Neal, Houston 

Donna Jo Nenstiel, Pampa 

Norma Louise Pitchford, El Paso 

Ann Playter, Houston 

Barbara Ann Redditt, San Antonio 

Carolyn Louise Renfrew, Houston 

Pauline Elizabeth Renick, San Antonio 

Ella Jane Ritch, San Antonio 

Nancy Romine, Fort Worth 

Louise Ann Rupp, Falfurrias 

Sue Ann Sanborn, McAllen 

Doloria Nan Sanders, Waco 

Laura Seay Sandifer, Fort Worth 

Mary Winsett Schmidt, Amarillo 

Mary Sue Shields, Victoria 

Sylvia Sikes, Dallas 

Judy Slatten, Beaumont 

Carolyn Smith, Austin 

Patricia Joan Smith, Kilgore 

Bette Marie Srygley, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Julia Alice Stampp, Waco 

Marthella Steves, Bay City 

Bonnie May Swem, Newgulf 

Cecil Easley Taber, Corpus Christi 

Sarah Frances Turner, El Paso 

Marietta Collier Watson, Tyler 

Carolyn Jean White, Dallas 

Elinor Joan Wier, Houston 

Marian Arnold Williams, Galveston 

Bee B. Wright, Amarillo 

Jane Michaus York, Houston 

Patricia Lewis Zoch, Corpus Christi 

lola Ann Zuehl, Seguin 



Amsler, Beaird, Benton, Bertrand, 
Bintliff, Bivins, Blair, Bobbitt, Boul- 
din, Box. 



Brown, Chilton, Chipman, Cloud, 
Coffman, Colbury, Collins, Cramer, 
Deal, DeLoach. 



Denney, Dickerson, Dilworth, DuBose, 
Edmonson, Englehardt, Etchison, 
Floyd, Folley, Frame. 



Frederick, Frost, Gideon, Gillett, Gray, 
Greathouse, Greene, Hardy, Harrell, 
Hays, Henry. 



PACE 214 



FACULTY 

MARY S. KIRKPATRICK, Education Librarian 
HILDA F. ROSENE, Associate Professor of Zoology 



Fall 

ANN PARK MAYFIELD . 
MARTHA SUE MCCARTY 
PATRICIA RUTH McLAiN 

JANE MICHAUS YORK . 
CAROLYN ANN SMITH . 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Corresponding 

Secretary 
Recording 

Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

DIANE LEHMAN 

ELEANOR FRANCES LUCKETT 

PATRICIA HINDS 

DONNA Jo NENSTIEL 
MARJORIE ANN CRAMER 



PLEDGES 



Barbara Lu Archer, Houston 

Betty Jo Beaird, Houston 

Sarah Ann Bivins, Amarillo 

Rosamond Blain, Fort Worth 

Barbara Bobbitt, Houston 

Margaret Milby Booth, San Antonio 

Jo Ann Box, Corpus Christi 

Barbara Helene Braden, San Antonio 

Mary Claire Caswell, Austin 

Joan Cloud, Beaumont 

Shirley Belle Coffman, Fort Worth 

Gay Colbury, Houston 

Sidney Ann Collins, Marlin 

Elise Deal, Amarillo 

Patricia Dilworth, San Antonio 

Linda Alford Edmonson, Beaumont 

Shirley Ann Engelhardt, Corpus Christi 

Barbara Kathryn Etchison, Houston 

Alice Frederick, Fort Worth 

Paula Beth Frost, Tyler 

Virginia Bernice Gillett, Canutillo 

Margaret Allison Gray, Austin 

Mary Lou Hardy, Houston 

Mary Moonyeen Harrell, Wichita Falls 

Margaret Safford Howell, El Paso 

Kathleen Emilie Karbach, New Braunfels 



Lauretta Klindworth, Dallas 

Marilyn Knox Lyles, Austin 

Nancy Ann McDonough, Galveston 

Sheryl Ann McKelvy, Houston 

SI 1 1 In i m Erhmann Mason, Houston 

Mary Margaret Miller, Dallas 

Jo Alice Morris, Amarillo 

Marian Brown Murphy, San Antonio 

Margaret Ann Olle, Austin 

Suzanne Claire Ott, San Antonio 

Margaret Ann Pearce, Orange 

Nancy Ellen Quinn, Dallas 

Zoe Ann Reese, Waco 

Betty Carolyn Rhodes, Abilene 

Helen Campbell Riddick, Houston 

Rozanne Gloria Ritch, San Antonio 

Madelon Kathryn Schabarum, Midland 

Caroline Rosewarne Scrivner, Houston 

Sylvia Sue Spurger, Mount Pleasant 

Jane Lee Stuart, Midland 

Christa Marie Sykes, Galveston 

Elisabeth June Szilagyi, San Antonio 

Florence Marie Thome, Port Arthur 

Ann Elizabeth Wise, Houston 

Patricia Ann Wylie, Fort Worth 




Top Row: Hill, Hillman, Hitt, Hulse, Ivey. 

Second Row: Johnson, Judson, Karbach, Klind- 
worth, Kyle. 

Third Row: Lehman, Link, Luckett, A. Lyles, 
M. Lyles. 

Fourth Row: Marley, Mason, A. P. Mayfield, 
S. L. Mayfield, McCarty. 

Fifth Row: McDonald, McKelvy, McLain, 
M. M. Miller, P. M. Miller. 

Sixth Row: Moline, Moore, Morgan, Morris, 
Mosle. 

Seventh Row: Murphy, Neal, Nenstiel, Olle, 
Ott. 

Eighth Row: Playter, Quinn, Redditt, Reese, 
Renfrew. 

Ninth Row: Renick, Rhodes, Riddick, Romine, 
Rupp. 

Tenth Row: Sanborn, Sanders, Schabarum, 
Schmidt, Scrivner. 

Eleventh Row: Shields, Sikes, Slatter, Smith, 
Spurger. 

Twelfth Row: Steves, Stuart, Sykes, Szilaggi, 
Taber. 

Thirteenth Row: Thorne, Watson, White, Wier, 
Williams. 

Fourteenth Row: Wise, Wright, York, Zoch, 
Zuehl. 




PAOE 215 



KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1902 

84 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1870 



Martha Jane Arnold, Houston 
Norma Joyce Bander, Longview 
Elizabeth Ann Bates, Dallas 
Betty Lucille Brewer, San Antonio 
Mary Jane Cameron, San Antonio 
Jean Cecil, Paris 

Catherine Hatchet Cocke, San Antonio 
Marie Collonge, Dickinson 
Edith Virginia Constans, Houston 
Jane Carol Corrin, San Antonio 
Mary Lee Cowden, Midland 
Sandra Ann Cutbirth, Houston 
Carolyn Bird Dorset, Sherman 
Margaret Anne Dunlap, Dallas 
Vera Sue Eckhardt, Houston 
Janice Louise Elbert, Wichita Falls 
Alethea Lou Elliott, Temple 
Betty Erwin, McKinney 
Ellanor Ann Fondren, Houston 
Mary Ellen Ford, Amarillo 
Martha Ann Hamblen, Houston 
Eleanor Elizabeth Harris, Austin 
Sue Anne Hastings, Houston 
Diane Hierholzer, San Antonio 
Phyllis Ann Jones, Fort Worth 
Randa Lee Kerr, Houston 
Mary E. Knotts, Huntsville 
Lynn Kuhlman, Waco 
Vivian Pauline Lawhon, Marfa 
Kaletah J. Life, Athens 
Lillian Elise Lightfoot, Houston 




Barbara Jean Long, Houston 
Gracie Delene Long, Austin 
Elizabeth Thornton McConnell, 

Tulsa, Okla. 

Katherine Bond McDonald, Fort Worth 
Jean McGregor, El Paso 
Ann Millicent McNeill, Austin 
Jane Gay Maxwell, Houston 
Martha M. Moore, Houston 
Martha J. Munday, Amarillo 
Merlyn Myers, Dallas 
Carole Newberry, Austin 
Julie Catherine Peddie, Houston 
Frances Evelyn Picton, Port Arthur 
Patricia Joyce Pryor, Midland 
Ann Louise Reeder, Amarillo 
Nancy Dickins Reeves, Dallas 
Katherine Romaine Roche, El Paso 
Peggy Lee Rowland, Tulsa, Okla. 
Bette Jo Anne Smith, Abilene 
Sally June Snider, Dallas 
Scottie Gayle Stevenson, Austin 
Elizabeth Ann Stieren, San Antonio 
Gretchen Thanhouser, Houston 
Karen Thatcher, Amarillo 
Edna Martha Thomson, Temple 
Carolyn Jean Thompkins, Corpus Christ! 
Jessica Brooks Turpin, Midland 
Marguerite Wessels, Tyler 
Anne Kerbey Williams, Austin 
Sonia Ellen Wolf, Temple 



Anderson, Arnold, Atkinson, Ballard, 
Bander, Bates, Brewer, Cameron, 
Cecil. 



Cocke, Collonge, Corrin, Cowden, 
Grain, Cutbirth, Davenport, Davis, 
Dorset. 



Patricia Dunlap, P. A. Dunlap, Eck- 
hardt, Elliott, Erwin, Fitch, Foster, 
Ford, K. W. Grant, M. C. Grant. 



Graves, Gurley, Hamblen, Hardwick, 
Harris, Hatch, Hierholzer, Hill, 
Jones, Kerr. 



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FACULTY 

EDITH CLARKE, Professor of Electrical Engineering 

MARCELLE LIVELY HAMER, Reference Assistant in Texas History Center 

ELIZABETH LONG, Pianist, Physical Training for Women 

MARGARET PECK, Assistant Dean of Women 

LUCY RATHBONE, Professor of Home Economics 

KATHERINE ANDREWS SEARCY, Periodical Librarian 



Fall 

MERLYN MYERS . 
BETTY LUCILLE BREWER 
KAREN THATCHER 
GRACIE DELENE LONG 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

MARTHA JANE ARNOLD 
DIANE HIERHOLZER 
NANCY DICKINS REEVES 
PATRICIA DUNLAP 



PLEDGES 



Dianne Anderson, Midland 
Norma Jane Atkinson, Abilene 
Barbara Ballard, San Antonio 
Isabelle Brown, Fort Worth 
Jane Gray Cato, Waco 
Lois Kingsley Grain, Austin 
Michael Nell Crane, Dallas 
Shirley Kathryn Davenport, Abilene 
Ann Davis, Sherman 
Patricia Dunlap, Dallas 
Barbara Jern Fitch, San Antonio 
Jeannine Foster, Center 
Kathleen Windley Grant, Baytown 
Mary Christian Grant, San Antonio 
Marilyn Graves, Houston 
Anna Jean Gurley, Dallas 
Jane Angeline Hardwick, Dallas 
Sue Hatch, Alameda, Calif. 
Constance Anne Hill, San Antonio 
Mary Elinor Leonard, Fort Worth 
Myrtle McPhail, Houston 




Alice Jean Magruder, Victoria 

Eleanor Warren Magruder, 

San Antonio 

Marion Martin, Houston 
Nancy Ann Moffitt, Me Allen 
Nancy Jeanette Moore, Bay City 
Julia Esther Morton, Houston 
Dorothy JoAnn Neason, Huntsville 
George Ann Perry, Austin 
Phyllis Ann Phillips, Levelland 
Linda Gail Potts, Fort Worth 
Shirley Ann Rogers, San Marcos 
Elizabeth Stuart Rubey, Houston 
Sally Ann Saunders, Roswell, N. M. 
Sandra Louise Settegast, Houston 
Marion Rebecca Sevier, Midland 
June Knight Shell, Wichita Falls 
Sue Starkey, Fort Worth 
Helen Louise Thomason, Wichita Falls 
Mary Lou Watkins, Houston 
Betty Virginia Watson, Brownsville 



Top Row: Knotts. Kuhlman, Lawhon, Life. 

Strand Ran: B. Long, G. D. Long. Mc- 
Gregor, McNeill. 

Third Raw: McPhail. A. J. Maiauder, E. W. 
Maiiruder, Martin. 

Fourth Row: Maxwell. Moffitt. Moore, Mor- 
ton. 

Filth Row: Munday, Myers, Neason. New- 
berry. 

Sixth Row: Peddie. Perry. Phillips, Picton. 

Ron: Pryor, Reeves. Rowland. Rubey. 
Kighth Row: Saunders, Sevier, Sheldon. Shell. 

\inlh Km: Smith, Snider, Starkey, Steven- 

son. 



'!' nth 



i : Stieren. Thanhouser. 



Eleirath Raw: Tompkins. Turpin, Watkins. 
Wauon. 

Twelfth Row: Wessels, Williams. Williamson, 
Wolf. 



PACE 21 7 




PHI MU 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1913 

69 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1852 



MEMBERS 

Gwendolyn Verne Boehl, Cuero 
Laura Bickley Boswell, Austin 
Kathryn Frances Boyd, Austin 
Patricia Ann Branham, Edna 
Mary Alice Brelsford, Nixon 
Mary Kathryn Burton, Houston 
Shirley Brown Colbath, Austin 
Rosemary Cowser, Center 
Artie Jeanette Crawford, Austin 
Glynda Jo Gaedke, Lampasas 
Martha Ann Gliddon, Johnson City 
Beverly Jean Hollingsworth, El Campo 
Allie Ruth Jones, Gatesville 
Barbara Mays, San Antonio 
Marilyn Mays, San Antonio 
Rena Don McDonell, Austin 
Gail McDonough, San Antonio 
Lorna Elaine McGough, Devine 
Helen Louise McKay, Houston 
Henrietta Louise Miller, Bay City 
Carol Jean Millican, San Saba 
Carolyn Jane Morris, Longview 
Josephine Perkins Myler, San Antonio 
Joanne Melton Nuhn, Austin 
Gwendolyn Geneva Quillian, Waco 
Barbara Ann Schuchert, San Antonio 
Ruth Lucile Sims, Austin 




Adair, Anthony, Boehl, Boyd, Bran- 
ham. 



Brelsford, Burton, Colbath, Crawford, 
Davis. 



Footc, Gaedke, Gliddon, Hollings- 
worth, Hunt. 



PAGF. 218 



FACULTY 

LOUISE LANDIS ARMSTRONG, Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
ESTHER JANE WOOD HALL, Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Administration 
LOIS BAIRD TRICE, Instructor in English 



Fall 

BARBARA MAYS 
GLYNDA Jo GAEDKE 
RfTH LUCILE SIMS 
ALLIE RUTH JONES 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President . 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

BARBARA ANN SCHUCHERT 
RUTH LUCILE SIMS 
MARY ALICE BRELSFORD 
CAROLYN JANE MORRIS 



PLEDGES 

Constance Louise Adair, Houston 
Katharine Mary Anthony, Houston 
Bebe Irene Cisneros, Raymondville 
Nancy Jane Davis, Freeport 
Frances Cornelia Foote, Turnersville 
Claudette Florine Freeman, Galveston 
Margaret Ann Hunt, Houston 
Emma Jucel Hunter, Houston 
Janice Areta McKee, Dallas 
Martha Ann Perkins, San Antonio 
Anna Lou Russell, San Antonio 
Laura Ann Sellers, Port Arthur 
Georgia Louise Short, San Antonio 
Carol Lee Vaughn, San Antonio 
Charlotte Ellen Veatch, Pasadena 





Top Row: Hunter, Jones, McDonough. 
Second Row: McGough, McKee, B. Mays. 
Third Row: M. Mays, Miller, Millican. 
Fourth Row: Morris, Myler, Nuhn. 
Fifth Row: Perkins, Quillian, Russell. 
Sixth Row: Schuchert, Sellers, Short. 
Seventh Row: Sims, Vaughn, Veatrh. 



PACE 219 



PI BETA PHI 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1902 

98 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1867 



Mary Kimball Alexander, Houston 
Anne Arbaugh, Sweetwater 
Thelma Louise Baker, Houston 
Rita Crockett Bass, Brady 
Dorothy Gay Blanks, San Angelo 
Virginia Ann Boberg, Dallas 
Nancy Virginia Brelsford, Houston 
Katherine McLaurin Callaway, 

Dallas 

Charlene Capps, Brownwood 
Helen Jane Carter, Dallas 
Gloria Ann Chamness, Dallas 
Ann Cheavens, Dallas 
Bettie M. Dancy, Orange 
Genevieve Louise Dumas, 

San Antonio 
Jeanne DuPriest, Bryan 
Jean Marie Edge, Bryan 
Mary Lou Edmundson, Houston 
Mary Sue Edwards, Dallas 
Mary Ann Elliott, Austin 
Barbara Esgen, San Antonio 
Ann Garland, Eagle Pass 
Gayle Garth, Houton 
Mary Morgan Glass, Marlin 
Eleanor Katherine Greer, Dallas 
Ann Gaines Hawley, Texarkana 
June Carol Henderson, Lufkin 
Eugenia Webb Hill, Austin 
Tany Pollard Hopper, Houston 
Sidney Elizabeth Howell, Bryan 
Mary Jane Inglish, Dallas 
Nancy Maxine Jenkins, Rotan 
Nancy Ruth Jones, Wichita Falls 
Barbara Ann Kendall, Telephone 
Barbara Ann Kidd, Tyler 



Martha Ann Knapp, Weslaco 

Carolyn Ruth Kongabel, Houston 

Margaret Ban Kovach, Odessa 

Kay Lowry, Tyler 

Alice Roberta McCart, Fort Worth 

Mae Madelaine McDermott, Lufkin 

Marjorie McGown, Boerne 

Ann McKnight, Beaumont 

Sara McNeel, San Antonio 

Alice Malone, Houston 

Mary Mills, Austin 

Virginia Anne Montgomery, 

Short Hills, N.J. 
Nancy Paxton Moody, Austin 
Mary Ellen Neale, Dallas 
Sara Ellen Neale, Dallas 
Gail B. Grand, Dallas 
Nell Grand, Dallas 
Leta M. Patton, Waco 
Kathryn Peninger, Austin 
Foree Peterson, Marlin 
Laura B. Randall, Corpus Christi 
Evelyn Shelby Reed, Austin 
Lorene Robertson, San Angelo 
Marilyn Sadler, Little Rock, Ark. 
Mary Ann Smith, Hunt 
Elizabeth Hoyt Studdert, Midland 
Ann Lee Suggs. Dallas 
Sarah Elizabeth Swift, Waco 
Jean Tyrrell, Beaumont 
Nalda Van Brunt, San Antonio 
Suzanne Catherine Waters, Weslaco 
Anne P. Wells, Dallas 
Betty Ann West, Houston 
Janet Wheeler, Austin 




Alexander, Allen, Anderson, Ardrey, 
Baker, Boyd, Brelsford, Buckley, 
Callaway, Campbell. 



Capps, Carter, Chamness, Clark, Cul- 
lun, Cummings, Dancy, Dumus, 
Edge, Edwards. 



Elliot, Esgen, Ewald, Fisher, Flythe, 
Francisco, Garland, Garth, Godley, 
Gosnell. 



Greer, Haehn, Hcrndon, Heusinger, 
Hodges, Howard, Howell, Inglish, 
Jenkins, Jopling. 



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OFFICERS 



Fall 

MARY ANNE SMITH 
EVELYN SHELBY REED 
MARILYN SADLER . 
BARBARA ANN KENDALL 
NALDA VAN BRUNT 



Spring 



President .... THELMA LOUISE BAKER 

V ice-President . . MARY KIMBALL ALEXANDER 

Recording Secretary . LAURA B. RANDALL 

Corresponding Secretary ANN LEE SUGGS 

Treasurer . NALDA VAN BRUNT 



PLEDGES 



Sonya Adair, Fort Worth 

Edith Gibson Allen, Calvert 

Catherine Jane Anderson. Calvert 

Emily Simmons Boyd. Houston 

Nan Carolyn Bray, Austin 

Eileen Ethel Buckley, Houston 

Jere Johnson Campbell, Fort Worth 

Carolyn Kent Carter, San Antonio 

Judy Elizabeth Clark, Dallas 

Selbia Chalke Cullum, Dallas 

Katherine Cummins, Houston 

Jacqueline Lea Ewald, Midland 

Elizabeth Ann Fisher, Dallas 

Katherine Kay Flythe, Dallas 

Elizabeth Terry Francisco, Houston 

Harriet Carter Godley, Houston 

Judith Adams Gosnell, San Antonio 

Anna Louise Heusinger, San Antonio 

Mary Charlotte Hoehn, Waco 

Julia Margaret Howard, Burbank, Cal. 

Joan Jopling, Paris 

Rosa Drane Kendall, Waco 

Jane Elizabeth Key, Dallas 

Ann Page Lacey, 

Randolph Air Force Base 




Fanelle Barclay Logue, Houston 
Dorothy Pearl Long, Mineola 
Ida Caldwell McFaddin, Beaumont 
Anne Marie Mason, Mexia 
Jamie Clegg Maverick, San Antonio 
Betty Claire Mayo, Houston 
Joan Menefee, San Antonio 
Cynthia Colgin Miller, Waco 
Cynthia Mobley, Corpus Christi 
Ted Lewis Moody, Houston 
Christine Moor, Beaumont 
Carolyn Neighbors, Fort Worth 
Barbara Rose Nolley, Tyler 
Margaret Ann Nowlin, Dallas 
Madelaine Oglesby, Austin 
Shirley Ann Rust, Texas City 

Kate Sandford Schweppe, 
West Hartford, Conn. 

Patricia Anne Sinclair, San Antonio 
Ann Staacke, Houston 
Mary Claire Webb, San Angelo 
Lorraine Elizabeth West, Breckenridge 
Grace Denny Williams, Galveston 
Charlotte Frances Wynne, Wills Point 
Maxine Zimmerman, Big Wells 



Top Row: Jordon, B. Kendall, D. Kendall, Key. 
Second Row: Kidd, Knapp, Kongabel, Kovach. 
Third Row: Lacey, Logue, Long, Lowry. 
Fourth Row: McCart, McFaddin, McHancy, 

McNeel. 
Fijth Row: Mason, Maverick, Mayo, Menefee. 

Sixth Row: Miller, Mills, Montgomery, N. P. 
Moody. 

Seventh Row: T. Moody, Moor, Morgan, M. E. 

Neale. 

Eighth Row: S. Neale, Nolley, Nunson, Oglesby. 
Ninth Row: Grand, Peninger, Peterson, Reed. 
Tenth Row: Robertson, Rust, Sadler, Sample. 
Eleventh Row: Simpson, Sinclair, Smith, 
Staacke. 

Twelfth Row: Studdert, Suggs, Trammcll, Tyr- 
rell, Van Brunt. 

Thirteenth Row: Webb, West, Williams, Wynne, 
Zimmerman. 



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f^ C\ <f% f\ 

V v' *" "* 

^AH Urnm^t 




SIGMA DELTA TAU 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1939 

29 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1917 



MEMBERS 

Barbara Sue Alpard, Wharton 
Libby Ann Aronstein, San Antonio 
Barbara Baim, Pine Bluff, Ark. 
Muriel Suzanne Bonnett, Dallas 
Bette Joy Cooper, Memphis, Tenn. 
Marilyn Maffett Ely, Dallas 
Jeneane Mund Gartner, Houston 
Sharlene Barbara Gerrick, Brownsville 
Emily June Goldberg, Houston 
Sheila Iris Hamovit, Houston 
Sandra Alyce Kahn, Denton 
Marian Joyce Levy, San Antonio 
Rachel Lichenstein, Kaufman 
Gloria Elaine Mindes, San Antonio 
Phyllis Lee Mirken, Tulsa, Okla. 
Lois Charlene Rosenthal, Houston 
Diane Schwartz, Schulenburg 
Arlene Shapiro, Chicago, 111. 
Freda Lee Vogel, Dallas 
Sondra Ann Weiss, Wichita Falls 
Lois Ann Weksler, Amarillo 
Ruth Jean Wertheimer, Houston 




Alpard, Aronstein, Baiin, Bclson, 
Bercu, Berwald, Bonnet. 



Chodorow, Cooper, Davis, Ely, Fihn, 
Gartner, Gerrick. 



r -Ak^l ^ 



Granoff, Goldberg, Golden, Goltzman, 
Hamovit, Henry, Kahn. 



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Fall 

RTTII JEAN WERTHEIMER 
JENEANE MUND GARTNER 
RACHEL LICHENSTEIN . 

SHARLENE BARBARA GERRICK 
MARIAN JOYCE LEVY 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 

Recording 
Secretary 

Corresponding 
Secretary 

Treasurer 



Spring 

SONURA ANN WEISS 
LIBBY ANN ARONSTEIN 
BARBARA SUE ALPARD 

BETTE JOY COOPER 
Lois ANN WEKSLER 



PLEDGES 

Delores Belson, Atlanta, Ga. 
Beverly Renee Bercu, Dallas 
Mona Louise Berwald, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Greta Lynn Chodorow, Waco 
Doris Davis, Memphis, Tenn. 
Barbara Ann Fihn, Clayton, Mo. 
Norene Harriet Golden, Corsicana 
Barbara Esther Goltzman, Victoria 
Leah Sylvia Granoff, Laredo 
Arlene O. Henry, Austin 
Harriet Beth La Vine, San Antonio 
Roslyn Carol Lubel, Monroe, La. 
Bonita Belle Naihaus, New Orleans, La. 
Carolyn Ray Peters, Ganado 
Shirley Jean Rosenberg, York, Nebr. 
June Carole Rosenberg, El Paso 
Jeanne Lee Rosenthal, Dallas 
Carolyn Frances Rudberg, Dallas 
Jean Marie Schwartz, Schulenburg 
Henrietta Leigh Silverman, Miami, Fla. 
Beverly Elaine Smith, Atlanta, Ga. 
Rosalyn Helen Stillman, Nashville, Tenn. 
Judith Ann Sugarman, San Antonio 
Sandra Joy Sugarman, San Antonio 
Gloria Walter, Memphis, Tenn. 
Suzanne Mildred Weitzman, Dallas 




Top Row: La Vine, Levy, Lubel. 

Second Row: Mindes, Mirkin, Naihaus. 

Third Row: Peters, J. C. Rosenberg, S. J. 
Rosenberg. 

Fourth Row: Rosenthal, Rudberg, D. Schwartz. 
Fifth Row: J. M. Schwartz, Shapiro, Silverman. 
Sixth Row: Smith, Stillman, S. Sugarman. 
Seventh Row: Vogel, Walter, Weiss. 
Eighth Row: Weitzman, Weksler, Werthcimer. 




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ZETA TAU ALPHA 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1906 

88 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1898 



Jennie Carter Arthur, Beaumont 

Jennie Ann Arthur, Pecos 

Barbara Bauknight, Ganado 

Betsy Ann Bell, Orange 

Beverley Jean Black, College Station 

Betty Blake, Groesbeck 

Mary Katherine Brand, 

West Columbia 

Charlotte M. Brown, Fort Worth 
Jane C. Buchanan, Stephenville 
Elizabeth Lell Cardwell, Lockhart 
Joan Chaudoin, Harlingen 
Ava Clair Christian, Kilgore 
Mary Frances Chupick, Fayetteville 
Betty Lou Crews, Pittsburg 
Patsy Ruth Dabney, Rogers 
Bonnie Sue Dilworth, San Antonio 
Noelie Anne Duggan, Houston 
Mary Ann Dunnam, Fostoria 
Nancy Joan Earle, Houston 
Dorothy Marie Falkenberg, Houston 
Betty Jo Fischer, Corpus Christi 
Frances Fitchett, Orange 
Margaret Ann Foust, Austin 
Carol Ann Hall, El Campo 
Virginia Hallum, Brownwood 
Rosemary Monroe Hamner, Houston 
Lucille Hollingsworth Harwood, 

Sinton 

Arrena Julia Haupt, Bryan 
Mary Jo Hollon, Mathis 
Patsy Ann Iverson, Fort Worth 
Jean Ernestine Jackson, Houston 
Sally Ann Jordan, Houston 
Gretchen Kebelman, Weatherford 
Kathleen Kelley, San Antonio 




*lf *ht 




Ann Laughlin, Houston 
Geraldine Luter, San Antonio 
Jean McCullough, Bryan 
Margaret Ann McNeil, Silsbee 
Cleo Warren McWhorter, Taylor 
Jerry Jo Mitchell, Wills Point 
Carol Mottley, Dallas 
Ann Louise O'Quinn, Lufkin 
Martha Jean Parks, Houston 
Nina Eleanor Pugh, lago 
Linda R. Rowe, Beaumont 
Shirley Schulze, Corpus Christi 
Jeannette Christine Simmons, Paris 
Bettie Margaret Smith, Austin 
Judith Wade Smith, Pampa 
Nancy Anne Stevens, College Station 
Mary Ann Sullivan, Kilgore 
Margaret Ann Tate, Comanche 
Marilyn Diane Thompson, 

Beaumont 

Patricia Ann Torn, Taylor 
Amalie Traeger, Gonzales 
Margaret Sue Trigg, Lockhart 
Sally Elizabeth Tucker, Nacogdoches 
Ernestelle Kay Tutt, Dallas 
Dorothy Ann Walser, Temple 
Betty Lynn Walter, Houston 
Helen Annette Webb, Fort Worth 
Sarah Jane Weeks, Austin 
Carol Jean Wesner, Brownwood 
Alice Mae Westbrook, Hearne 
Audrey Jane Wiggins, Waco 
Beverly Jane Williams, Tyler 
Jacquelin Clymer Wren, Fort Worth 
Mary Cathryn Young, San Antonio 



Akin, Arnold, Arthur, B. Bauknight, 
C. S. Bauknight, Bell, Besselman, 
Black, Blake, Blanchard. 



Blanton, Bowlby, Brown, Buchanan, 
Cardwell, Cathey, Caton, Chaudoin, 
Christian, Chupick. 



Clark, Collins, Crews, Dabney, Dill- 
worth, Duggan, Dunnam, Earle, 
Falkenberg, Fearis. 



Ferguson, Fischer, Fitchett, Foust, 
Georges, Hall, Hallum, Hamner, 
Hampton, Hardy, Harwood. 



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FACULTY 

MARY MARGARET GLASSOCK FRAZIER, ^</t<rriVing Manager, Texas Student 
Publications Inc. 

MARJORIE DAVISSON PARKER, Special Instructor in Speech 



Fall 

JANE C. BUCHANAN 
ERKNSTELLE KAY TUTT 
JEAN ERNESTINE JACKSON 

DOROTHY MARIE FALKENBERG 
GRETCHEN KEBELMAN . 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Recording 

Secretary 
Corresponding 

Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

VIRGINIA HALLUM 
JOAN CHAUDOIN 
Ai'DREY JANE WIGGINS 

BEVERLY JANE WILLIAMS 
MARGARET SUE TRIGG 



PLEDGES 



Elizabeth Sears Akin, Houston 
Norma Jean Arnold, Houston 
Carol Sue Bauknight, Ganado 
Joan Ann Besselman, Houston 
Mary Katherine Blanchard, Austin 
Catherine Carol Blanton, Temple 
Etta Kathryn Bowlby, Dallas 
Mary Kay Caton, McAllen 
Sondra Kay Cathey, Abilene 
Sue Clark, Dallas 
Nancy Clarise Chambers, 

Santiago, Chile 
Claudia Anne Collins, Tyler 
Sally Lyle Colvin, Harlingen 
Nell Kathryn Dyer, Brenham 
Diane Fearis, San Antonio 
Janet Ferguson, Cisco 
Joeene Nan Foley, Fort Worth 
Kay Martha Gorges, Harlingen 
Jo Anne Guynes, Houston 
Sondra Jo Hampton, Fort Worth 
Margie Lynn Hardy, Madisonville 
Martha Ann Hopkins, Pampa 
Mary Virginia Jenull, Dallas 
Nanciggil Jordan, San Antonio 
Mary Gym Keasler, Harlingen 



Karolyn Kucera, Dallas 

Shirley Ann Lively, Dallas 

Shirley Jean McBride, Tyler 

Anne Bostwick McCranie, Nacogdoches 

Julia Ann McLeod, Bastrop 

Lizabeth Ann Martin, San Antonio 

Nancy Ann Miller, Bartow 

Norma Sterling Miller, Houston 

LaVern Montgomery, Fort Stockton 

Ann Morris, Harlingen 

Ruth Carroll Morris, Dallas 

Margaret Ann Peden, Lufkin 

Johnnye Mary Perry, San Antonio 

Eleanor Preston, Newgulf 

Mary Jane Renfrew, Corpus Christi 

Mary Lucy Robson, La Grange 

Mary Margaret Sample, Pecos 

Jan Sanders, Pampa 

Jane Marie Schade, Edna 

Virginia Kae Stark, San Antonio 

Patricia Marie Stone, 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Helen Elizabeth Thompson, Dallas 
Armour Upchurch, Austin 
Agnes Ann Warren, Waco 
Margaret Adrienne Weaver, Dallas 




Top Row: Haupt, Hopkins, Iverson, Jackson, 
Jenull. 

Second Row: N. Jordan, S. A. Jordan, Keasler, 
Kcbelman, Kclley. 

Third Row: Kucera, Laughlin, Lively, Luter, 
McBride. 

Fourth Row: McCranie, McCullough, McLeod, 
McNeil, McWhorter. 

Fifth Row: Martin, Miller, Mitchell, Morris, 
Mottley. 

Sixth Row: Parks, Peden, Preston, Pugh, Ren- 
frew. 

Seventh Row: Robson, Sanders, Schade, Schulze, 
Simmons. 

Eighth Row: B. M. Smith, J. W. Smith, Stark, 
Stevens, Sullivan. 

Ninth Row: Tate, Thompson, Torn, Traegcr, 
Trigg. 

Tenth Row: Tucker, Tutt, Upchurch, Walscr, 
Walter. 

Eleventh Row: Warren, Weaver, Webb, Weeks, 
Wesner. 

Twelfth Row: Westbrook, Wiggins, Williams, 
\Virn, Young. 



PAOF. 225 



A 

ill i iMJJhi n 




PANHELLENIC 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



OFFICERS 



CAROL COOK 
BARBARA MAYS 
LORETTA MAUREEN LAMM 
MARTHA ANN TATE 



SORORITY 

Alpha Chi Omega 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Alpha Phi 
Chi Omega 
Delta Gamma . 
Delta Delta Delta . 
Delta Phi Epsilon . 
Delta Zeta 
Gamma Phi Beta . 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
PhiMu . . . 
Pi Beta Phi 
Sigma Delta Tau . 
Zeta Tau Alpha 



SENIORS 

LORETTA MAUREEN LAMM 

JOANNA GENTRY 

RUTH VINN HENDLER . 

ELIZABETH ANN MCBRAYER 

MARTHA ANN TATE *. 

PEGGY JEAN IVES 

CYNTHIA Lou SANDAHL 

MAURINE ELIZABETH MITCHELL 

SUE VIRGINIA EASLEY 

MOLLY ANN TIRAS . 

CAROL COOK 

FRANCES KENDALL ATKINS 

DIANE LEHMAN 

MARTHA M. MOORE 

BARBARA MAYS . 

JEAN MARIE EDGE 

JEANEANE MUND GARTNER 

ERNESTELLE KAY TUTT . 



JUNIORS 

SHIRLEY RUTH AXLINE 
MARY ANN MALEY 
BETTY Lou KOPPEL 
GERTRUDE THAXTON 
BETH ANN MARTIN 
FRANCES EUGENIA BERRYMAN 
GLADYS JOYCE VERNON 
NANCY TEAGUE 
MARY LOUISE HOLT 
JOAN BAGELMAN 
ANN COLLETT 
ADELE CRAWFORD 
SANDRA Lou MAYFIELD 
MARTHA JANE ARNOLD 
MARILYN MAYS 
NANCY PAXTON MOODY 
RUTH JEAN WERTHEIMER 
ANN LAUGHLIN 




Top Row: Arnold, Atkins, Axline, Bagleman, Berryman, Cook, Crawford, Easley. 
Second Row: Edge, Gartner, Gentry, Hendler, Holt, Ives, Koppel, Lamm. 
Third Row: Laughlin, Lehman, McBrayer, Malcy, Martin, Mayfield, M. Mays, B. Mays. 
Fourth Row: Mitchell, Moody, Sandahl. Tate, Teague, Tiras, Tutt, Vernon, Wertheimer. 



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ACACIA 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1916 

50 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1904 



MEMBERS 

William Ross Anglin, Austin 

Edmund Lewis Cogburn, Edinburgh 

Frank Warren Cross, Austin 

Richard Lyle Davis, El Paso 

Alan Dean, Austin 

Charles Ray Dishongh, Cleveland 

Lee H. Dorfman, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Edwin Lowell Hausler, Jr., Kerrville 

Joseph M. Jackson, Houston 

Billy James McAdams, Cleveland 

Donald Lee McClure, Abilene 

Clifford R. McTee, Waco 

George Granger MacDonald, Galveston 

Henry Houston Moore, Austin 

Charles Edwards Nemir, Austin 

Hubert Smith Ratliff, Colorado City 

Robert Harry Ratliff, Colorado City 

James Francis Rogers, Palacios 

Jack Andrew Shires, Refugio 

Norman Stuart Spencer, Jr., Snyder 

Dan Hallman Terry, Lamesa 

William Culwell Thomas, Chula Vista, Calif. 

Jack Quinn Tidwell, Abilene 

Llyod Carmichael Williams, Texarkana 

John Richard Wylie, Albany 



PAGE 22K 



FACULTY 

HENRY MATTHEW BURLAGE, Dan, College of Pharmacy 

KARL M. DALLENBACH, Distinguished Professor of Psychology 

RAY NELSON HASKELL, Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics and Astronomy 

WAYNE H. HOLTZMAN, Assistant Professor of Psychology 

HUBERT B. JONES, Assistant Professor of Marketing 

HARRY L. KENT, JR., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

LEONARDT FERDINAND KREISLE, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

EDWARD KARL McGINNIS, Professor of Business Law and Real Estate 

ARLIE RAY McTEE, Lecturer in Journalism 

THOMAS A. ROUSSE, Professor of Speech 

JACK ADDISON SCANLAN, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

ROBERT DEAN SLONNEGER, Assistant Instructor of Mechanical Engineering 

EVERETT GRANT SMITH, Professor of Marketing 



o fit 




Fall 

WILLIAM Ross ANGLIN . 
CHARLES EDWARDS NEMIR 
CLIFFORD R. McTEE 
ALLAN DEAN 
FRANK WARREN CROSS 



OFFICERS 

Venerable Dean 
Senior Dean 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 
Junior Dean 



Spring 

JACK QUINN TIDWELL 
BILLY JAMES McAoAMS 
THOMAS TAYLOR 
DONALD W. DAVIS 
FRANKLIN DERRY CRUTCHFIELD 



PLEDGES 

Tamin Ali Abou-Halkah, Lebanon 

Rogers Blaylock, Mission 

Johnny Leonard Burk, III, Austin 

Franklin Deny Crutchfield, Abilene 

Stephen Harris Dalrymple, Austin 

Donald W. Davis, Dallas 

George Donaldson, Houston 

Davis Scott Ferguson, MrAllen 

Richard Curry Giles, Austin 

Pat Hicks, San Antonio 

Charles Wallace Mullin, Jr., San Antonio 

Robert Parsons, Austin 

Harral Young Peacock, Austin 

John Steel, San Antonio 

Elmer Lewis Stephens, Abilene 

Tommy Taylor, Austin 

Nolan Thorn, Waco 

Jackie Weatherred, Pampa 

Creighton Neil White, Colorado City 

Thomas Newton Williams, Texarkana 

Edward C. Willis, Jr., San Antonio 





Top Row: Anglin, Cogburn, Cross. 

Second Row: Crutchfield, Dalrymplc, D. W. 

Davis. 

Third Row: Dorfman, Ferguson, Giles. 
Fourth Row: Hauslcr, Hicks, Jackson. 
Fifth Row: McAdams, McClurc, Moore. 
Sixth Row: Nemir, Parsons, Peacock. 

Seventh Row: H. S. Ratliff, R. H. Ratliff, 
Spencer. 

Eighth Row: Stephens, Taylor, Terry. 

Ninth Row: Tidwell, Weatherred, T. N. Wil- 
liams. 



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' ' 




ALPHA EPSILON PI 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1939 

63 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1913 



Clarence Allen Abramson, Dallas 
Sigmund Elton Altman, Dallas 
Moise Arnold Axelrad, Houston 
Richard Melvin Berezin, Houston 
Richard Lee Berger, Dallas 
Norman William Black, Houston 
Joseph Stuart Brand, Waco 
Barry Lippman Cohen, McAllen 
Paul Marker Diamond, Port Arthur 
Bernard Olter Dow, Houston 

Milton Edward Eidelberg, 
Corpus Christi 

Howard Stanley Feffer, Dallas 
Richard Alan Freling, Fort Worth 
David A. Gelfer, McAllen 
Charles Gerson, Galveston 
Barton Allan Glaser, Dallas 

Arthur Morton Gochman, 
San Antonio 

Harold Stanley Goldberg, Tyler 
Jay Morton Goltz, Tulsa 



MEMBERS 

Marvin H. Greenberg, Dallas 




Bennett E. Greenfield, 
Governor's Island, N. Y. 

Charles Krovetz, Galveston 
Leon Max Lampert, San Antonio 
Elton Stanley Lipnick, Galveston 
Donald Minsky, Dallas 
Sidney Stewart Moran, Tulsa, Okla. 
Louis S. Polsky, Muscatine, Iowa 
Robert Alan Polunsky, San Antonio 
Abe Aaron Reichstein, Galveston 
Allan Leon Rosen, Lubbock 
Leonard Isaac Seibel, Galveston 
Israel Sheinberg, Fort Worth 
Marvin Meyer Sigel, Dallas 
Jacob Harris Stillman, San Antonio 
Arnold Norman Sweet, Dallas 
Murray Warman, Bronx, N. Y. 
Herbert David Weiss, Queens, N. Y. 
Eugene Zale, Dallas 
Alfred Zobel, Dallas 



Altman, Axelrad, Berger, Brand, Bere- 
zin, Cohen. 



Diamond, Dow, Feffer, Fradkin, Frel- 
ing, Gelfer. 



Gerson, Goldberg, Goldstein, M. H. 
Greenberg, B. Greenfield, L. W. 
Greenfield, Hecht. 



PACE 230 






Fa// 

ALFRED ZOBEL . 
BERNARD OLTER Dow . 
ARNOLD NORMAN SWEET 
BARRY LIPPMAN COHEN 



OFFICERS 

Master 

Lieutenant Master 
Scribe . 
Exchequer . 



Spring 

BARRY LIPPMAN COHEN 
ARNOLD NORMAN SWEET 
SIDNEY STEWART MORAN 
JACOB HARRIS STILLMAN 



PLEDGES 







Frank Aaron, Austin 
David Mitchell Bernstein, Dallas 
Larry Irving Fradkin, Galveston 
Ronald N. Goldstein, Austin 
Ronald David Greenberg, San Antonio 
Lee Wilbur Greenfield, Dallas 
Albert John Hayer, Dallas 
Edward Franklin Hecht, Galveston 
Richard Malcom Jacobs, Houston 
Jerry Harris Jacobson, Waco 
George Willard Kaplan, Beaumont 
Jerald Marvin Kaplan, Houston 
Sidney Warren Krams, Corpus Christi 
Harris Bernard Labowitz, Galveston 
Milton Lefkowitz, Houston 
Leonard David Levine, Harlingen 



Arthur Irwin Lubel, Houston 
Edward Luskey, Fort Worth 
Robert Willard Mark, Dallas 
Marvin Polsky, Memphis, Tenn. 
William Morris Ravkind, Dallas 
Jerome Robert Rose, Houston 
Charles Mark Ross, Dallas 
Lionel Earl Samuelson, Houston 
Donald Haskell Schaffer, Dallas 
Aaron Schneider, Galveston 
Edwin Michael Sigel, Dallas 
Aaron Slutsky, Memphis, Tenn. 
Ari Jonas Susman, Dallas 
Arthur I. Ungerman, Dallas 
Morris Isadore Zoblotsky, Taylor 




Top Row: Jacobs, Jacobson, G. W. Kaplan. 
Second Row: M. J. Kaplan, Krams, Krovetz. 
Third Row: Labowitz, Lefkowitz, Lipnick. 
Fourth Row: Lubel, Minsky, Moran. 
Fifth Row: Polunsky, Reichstein, Ross. 
Sixth Row: Samuelson, Schneider, Seibel. 

Seventh Row: Sheinberg, E. M. Sigel, M. M. 
Sigel. 

Eighth Row: Stillman, Sweet, Ungerman. 
Ninth Row: Weiss, Zobrl, Zoblotsky. 




r 



PACE 231 



ALPHA TAU OMEGA 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1897 

115 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1865 



MEMBERS 

Garland Karl Alexander, Fort Worth 
Barric Thomas Balcom, Dallas 
Francis Scott Baldwin, Marshall 
Monty Clyde Barber, Austin 
Donald Ray Bernard, Houston 
Marion Jack Borchers, Yoakum 
Frank Elwood Brown, Houston 
James Dawson Carlton, Houston 
Noah Lee Davis, Jr., Amarillo 
Laurcns Brainerd Fish, Houston 
Adolph Hartung Giesecke, San Antonio 
Richard Hugo Guelich, San Antonio 
Harrell Sansom Hayden, Dallas 
Hector Mason Janse, Jr., Houston 
William Franklin Jones, Marshall 
Charles Ellis Lanter, Fort Worth 
Richard J. London, Winters 
John Martin Luttrell, Houston 
William Sherrod Luttrell, Houston 
Kenneth Wayne Lyons, Houston 
Dudley Davis McCalla, Austin 
Vern V. McGrew, Jr., Midland 
Lytt Womack Mahone, Marshall 
William Ingo Marschall, San Angelo 
Robert Arlen Nickel, San Angelo 
Hal W. Pilgram, Fort Worth 
Robert Adrian Rowland, Houston 
Dudley Crawford Sharp, Houston 
John L. Shudde, Houston 
Carl Thomas Stolhandske, Baytown 
Loree Dean Svadlenak, Austin 
Joseph Trickey, Fort Worth 
Ben Herman Ward, Jr., Houston 
James Thomas Ward, Austin 
Paul Cedric Wenger, Jr., San Antonio 
John A. Wild, Austin 
Everett Howard Wilson, Houston 
Joe Edwards Wilson, Denison 
Miles Davis Wilson, Denison 
R. Stanton Wolfrom, Austin 
Richard Orville Womack, Marshall 







Alexander, Balcom, Baldwin, Barber, 
Benesch, Bergner. 



Bernard, Borchers, Carlton, Carter, 
Grain, Crumpacker. 



Davis, Eldridge, Fellbaum, Fish, 
Giesecke, Hayden. 



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FACULTY 

PAGE KEETON, Dean, School of Law 

H. MALCOLM MACDONALD, Associate Professor of Government 
FRANK H. WARDLAW, Director, The University of Texas Press 
LOGAN WILSON, President, The University of Texas 



Fall 

VERN V. McGREW, JR. 
FRANCIS SCOTT BALDWIN 
EVERETT HOWARD WILSON 
HARRELL SANSOM HAYUEN 



OFFICERS 

Worthy Master . 
Worthy Chaplain 
Worthy Scribe . 
Worthy Keeper of 
Exchequer 



Spring 

JOHN L. SHUDDE 
JAMES DAWSON CARLTON 
BILL MYATT 
HARRELL SANSOM HAYDEN 



PLEDGES 

Karl J. Amelang, Houston 
Thomas Richard Benesch, Amarillo 
Richard Frank Bergner, Dallas 
James Byars Carter, San Angelo 
John Calvin Grain, Jr., Dallas 
Ernest Lee Crumpacker, Houston 
Huard Hargis Eldridge, San Antonio 
Ernest Spindle Fellbaum, Austin 
Warren Jenkins Freeman, Amarillo 
Carl Samuel Ferguson, Jr., New Gulf 
H. Bonner Herran, Jr., Houston 
Eugene Patrick Holden, Dallas 
Tommy Forrest Howell, Anson 
L. Dean Jones, Stephenville 
Clarence F. Kendall, Houston 
Thomas David Kirksey, San Antonio 
Richard Underwood Lea, Orange 
Pat James Leonard, Roswell, N. M. 
Tim Terrance Leonard, Roswell, N. M. 
Don Finley MahafFey, Houston 
Howard D. Moon, Houston 
Joseph Frank Renfro, Austin 
Frank McCoy Roberts, San Antonio 
Clifford Michell Rowland, San Angelo 
George Henry Sauer, Houston 
Robert Ted Smith, Corpus Christi 
Harry Morgan Spear, San Antonio 
Robert Barnes Thornton, San Antonio 
Ralph Everett Wertz, III, Amarillo 
Walter Edward Williamson, San Antonio 
Roger Lee Winter, Denison 




Top Row: Holden, Howell, Jansc, Jones. 

Second Row: Lanter, Lea, P. J. Leonard, T. T. 
Leonard. 

Third Row: London, J. M. Luttrell, W. S. 
Luttrell, Lyons. 

Fourth Row: McCalla, McGrew, Marschall, 
Nickel. 

fifth Row: Pilgram, Renfro, Roberts, Rowland. 

Sixth Row: Shudde, Spear, Svadlcnak, 
Thornton. 

Seventh Row: Trickey, J. T. Ward, Wenger, 
Williamson. 

Eighth Row: E. H. Wilson, J. E. Wilson, M. D. 
Wilson, Winter. 

Ninth Row: Wolfrom, Womark. 




PACE 233 



BETA THETA PI 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1886 

99 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1839 



Max Dee Allen, Midland 
Charles DeLoss Atchison, Houston 
Richard Thatcher Atkin, 

Georgetown 

Daniel Nicholas Bailey, III, Dallas 
John Kennedy Baldwin, 

Los Angeles, Calif. 
William Gilbreth Barber, Lockhart 
Gene Carroll Bartholomew, 

Brownwood 

John Robert Bell, Palestine 
Leroy Birdwell, Jr., San Antonio 
Thomas Eugene Black, 

Wichita, Kans. 
Fredrik Seward Blackmar, III, 

Luling 

Charles Olin Boese, Jr., Fort Worth 
Jack Lee Brandon, Fort Worth 
Charles Galloway Calhoun, Jr., Tyler 
Robert Bruce Carruth, Austin 
Howard John Clark, III, 

Corpus Christi 

Eugene Wallace Collins, Austin 
Albert Harrington Cox, Jr., Austin 
Ronald Charles Grossman, Dallas 
Thomas Anthony Cullinan, Dallas 
Douglas Shultz Dapper, Waco 
Cromwell Adair Dyer, Jr., Dallas 
Miles Lamar Ealy, Austin 
Middleton Shirley English, 

San Antonio 

John Sidney Evans, Jr., Amarillo 
Ralph Emerson Fair, Jr., 

San Antonio 

Paul Brent Fletcher, Bonham 
Donald Austin French, San Antonio 




Bob Meyer Gerdes, Corpus Christi 
Colbert Jordan Glenn, Austin 
John Richard Gowan, Dallas 
Robert Griffith Greer, Houston 
Gordon Baker Harwood, Jr., 

Corpus Christi 

Richard Smith Hitt, Jr., Lubbock 
Ripley Harold Hunter, Jr., Palestine 
William Emmett Johnson, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Linden Earl Jones, Jr., Austin 
William F. Knode, Fort Worth 
fames Henry Lauderdale, Mercedes 
Warren Robert Lilly, Dallas 
William Moss Linden, Denison 
John Robert Lively, Fort Worth 
Frank Longoria, Jr., Brownsville 
George Marshall Minot, Dallas 
Robert John Munn, Jr., Dallas 
Carl Heinz Neukirchen, 

Rottweil, Germany 
Bradley Clyde Phair, Jr., Houston 
Anthony Keith Robertson, Houston 
Joe Tschudy Romine, Fort Worth 
Jack C. Rothwell, Jr., San Antonio 
Raymond Leslie Shearer, 

Little Rock, Ark. 
Walter Kirke Smith, Dallas 
Samuel Vaughan Stone, Georgetown 
James Richard Templeton, Houston 
John R. Thomson, 

Mexico City, Mexico 
William Harold Turpin, Sweetwater 
James Howard Warren, Tyler 
George Merrill Woodman, Dallas 



Allen, Atkin, Baldwin, Bailey, Barber, 
Bell, Birdwell, Black. 



G. E. Blackmar, F. S. Blackmar, 
Blanchard, Brandon, Carruth, Cart- 
wright, Clark, Coleman. 



Collins, Cox, Cramer, Grossman, Culli- 
nan, Dapper, Davenport, Dean. 



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FACULTY 

JOHN TAYLOR MOORE, Instructor in Architecture 
HARRY H. POWER, Professor of Petroleum Engineering 



Fall 

CHARLES CALLOWAY CALHOUN, JR. 
WILLIAM GILBREATH BARBER . 
RIPLEY HAROLD HUNTER, JR. . 
RONALD CHARLES GROSSMAN . 
GORDON BAKER HARWOOD, JR. . 



OFFICERS 

Spring 

President .... WILLIAM GILBREATH BARBER 
Vice-President . . LEROY BIRDWELL, JR. 
Corresponding Secretary RIPLEY HAROLD HUNTER, JR. 
Recording Secertary . RONALD CHARLES GROSSMAN 
Treasurer .... GORDON BAKER HARWOOD, JR. 



PLEDGES 

Guy Elliot Blackmar, Luling 

Stanley Walton Blanchard, Jr., San Antonio 

Charles Nelson Cartwright, Houston 

Lee Wallace Coleman, Houston 

Arthur Searles Cramer, Jr., Houston 

John Nigel Davenport, Houston 

Billy Don Dean, Sherman 

Robert Evan Fisher, Fort Worth 

John Marshall Gaddis, San Antonio 

Arthur Bryan Hall, Houston 

Joe Frank Harrison, Fort Worth 

Halstead Eubank Hurlbert, Jr., Houston 

Brian Fredrick Laffan, Tampico, Mexico 

James Monroe Langford, El Paso 

Hal Gibson Laws, Houston 

Sherman Paine Macdaniel, San Antonio 

Merton Melrose Minter, Jr., San Antonio 

Shearn Moody, Jr., Galveston 

Thomas Edward Nelson, Jr., Round Rock 

Fred Flinn Simmons, Houston 

Ross William Vick, Jr., Austin 

Julian LoefFler Willke, Jr., San Antonio 

Fausto Yturria, Jr., Brownsville 




Top Row: Dyer, Ealy, English, Evans. 
Second Row: Fair, Fisher, Fletcher, French. 
Third Row: Gaddis, Gcrdes, Gowan, Geer. 

Fourth Row: Harrison, Harwood, Hunter, 
Hurlbert. 

Fifth Row: Johnson, Jones, Laffan, Langford. 
Sixth Row: Lauderdale, Laws, Lilly, Linden. 

Seventh Row: Longoria, Macdaniel, Mintor, 
Moody. 

Eighth Row: Neukirchen, Phair, Robertson, 
Rothwell. 

Ninth Row: Simmons, Smith, Stone, Templeton. 

Tenth Row: Thomson, Turpin, Willke, Wood- 
man. 




CHI PHI 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1892 

33 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1824 



MEMBERS 

William Martin Byrd, San Antonio 
William Cunningham Cantwell, Menanl 
John Daniel Carr, Austin 
Ralph Vaughn Carson, Jr., Houston 
William Preston Cloyde, Houston 
John Wesley Davidson, Wichita Falls 
John Carl Donovan, Houston 
Francis Tarrant Fendley, Houston 
Perry John Fulkerson, Dallas 
Edward Herbert Gatlin, Athens 
William Everett Hart, Athens 
Walter Paul Hoffie, Houston 
Frederick Richard Jones, Texas City 
George Tony Karpos, Uvalde 
Jay Frank Kinsel, Beaumont 
Albert Urbahn Knaggs, Cotulla 
James D. Lewellyn, Fort Worth 
Thomas Peter McConn, Houston 
John E. McConnell, III, Houston 
Robert Baylor Matlock, Floresville 
Walter Mengdon, Houston 
Charles F. Moore, Sonora 
Philemon Peter Moss, Houston 
Edward Munn O'Dell, Dallas 
Wallace Lionel Pellerin, Galveston 
Patrick H. Power, Carrizo Springs 
Walter Weakley Watson, Jr., Brownwood 
Richard Allyn Wheat, Houston 



PAOE 236 



FACULTY 
OSCAR BROWN' WILLIAMS, Professor of Bacteriology 



OFFICERS 

Fall 

WILLIAM MARTIN BYRD . . . Alpha 

WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM CANTWELL Beta 

ALBERT URBAHN KNAGGS, JR. . . Gamma 

ROBERT BAYLOR MATLOCK . Delta 



Spring 

PHILEMON P. Moss 
WILLIAM JOSEPH GRAVES 
ALBERT URBAHN KNAGGS, JR 
ROBERT BAYLOR MATLOCK 



PLEDGES 

Henry Monroe Anderson, Houston 
Theodore Franklin Ball, Denison 
William Dawson Carter, Houston 
David Michael Cox, Houston 
Don Paul Fly, Houston 
William Joe Graves, Uvalde 
Evan Norrell Henderson, Houston 
Paul Mattocks Kieffer, Longview 
Frank Robeit Martin, Texas City 
Sydney Earl Parkinson, Crystal City 
Frank Lafayette Plemons, Wichita Falls 
John Rhine, San Antonio 
Robert Littell Sampson, Houston 
Richard Louis Scroggins, Dallas 
Bill Frank Stuart, Beeville 
Robert Christain Townsend, Houston 
George Linkhart Wentz, Uvalde 
Bob Jon White, Dallas 




Top Row: Byrd, Cantwcll, Cox. 
Second Row: Fendlcy, Fly, Gatlin. 
Third Row: Henderson, Hoffie, Jones. 
Fourth Row: Kieffer, Knaggs, Martin. 
Fifth Row: Matlock, McConn, Moss. 
Sixth Row: O'Dell, Pellerin, Plemons. 
Seventh Row: Sampson, Scroggins, Stuart. 

Eighth Row: Townsend, Watson, Mrs. Patsy Ann 
G. Welch. 

Ninth Row: Wentz, Wheat, White. 




PACE 237 



DELTA CHI 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1907 

41 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1890 



MEMBERS 

Jerome B. Burling, Houston 
Allan Lancaster Dabney, Austin 
Jerry Heinan de la Rosa, San Antonio 
William P. Glade, Wichita Falls 
Frank Lee Graves, Eagle Lake 
John Nicholas Harrison, Midland 
Philip Edward Isett, Brownwood 
Layton A. B. Klotz, Premont 
Nunzio Joseph Marabella, Galveston 
Frank Joseph Montalbano, Houston 
John P. Pittman, Bryan 
William Alden Weeks, Austin 



PAGE 238 



FACULTY 

COVER CONNER EMERSON, Freshman Football Coach 
GEORGE VINCENT GENTRY, Professor of Philosophy 



Fall 

JEROME B. BURLING 
JOHN N. HARRISON 
PHILIP EDWARD ISETT . 
FRANK JOSEPH MONTALBANO 
JOHN P. PITTMAN . 



OFFICERS 

. A . 

. B . 

. C . 

. D . 
E 



Spring 

WILLIAM ALDEN WEEKS 
PHILIP EDWARD ISETT 
CLARENCE NEAL STEVENSON 
FRANK LEE GRAVES 
JACK CHANDLER CLARK 



PLEDGES 

Maurice Bennett, Crawford 
John Manuel Castro, San Antonio 
James Chapman, Columbus 
Jack Chandler Clark, Brownwood 
Gareth Louis Endress, Caldwell, N. J. 
John Herrera, Harlingen 
Thomas Robert Neal, San Antonio 
Clarence Neal Stevenson, Kennedy 
James Warner, Moline, 111. 
Sam Y. Zamrik, Damascus, Syria 





Top Row: Burling, Castro, Clark. 

Second Row: de la Rosa, Endress, Graves. 

Third Row: Harrison, Isett, Koltz. 

Fourth Row: Marabella, Montelbano, Pittman. 

Fifth Row: Stevenson, Weeks, Zamrik. 



PAOE i!39 



DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1913 

51 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1844 



George Nelson Allen, Jr., Houston 
Richard Rhoades Armstrong, 

Roswell, N. M. 

Richard Buckner Austin, Dallas 
Alan La Vern Bean, Fort Worth 
Ralph Frederick Beeler, Jr., Houston 
Laurence Phil Blanchard, Austin 
Alonzo Wilson Bosley, Galveston 
Dale Baird Brannom, Houston 
Malcom Duane Bullock, Dallas 
Josef Caldwell, Garland 
Martin Hester Chancy, Austin 
Lament Martin Cochran, Jr., 

New York 
Morgan Jefferson Davis, Jr., 

Houston 
Tom Lorenzo Dennis, Jr., 

Port Arthur 

Robert Lee Ball Dewar, San Antonio 
Travis Ray Dickinson, Odessa 
William Harold Ferguson, Graham 
Judge Dinsmore Finley, Luling 
Thomas Ross Gambrell, Lockhart 
Aubrey Douglas Gearner, Jr., Dallas 
Al H. German, Midland 
William James Graber, III, 

Beaumont 

Philip Gordon Gregory, Eldorado 
Eugene Lee Green, Dallas 
William Carter Grinstead, Houston 
Charlton Wells Hadden, Jr., Houston 
Thad Harold Harden, El Paso 
William McGregor Harris, Houston 
James Donald Haynes, Odessa 
William Barnes Hoff, Jr., Auston 
Thomas Jackson Hoyt, Fort Worth 
Gilpin Hunter, Dallas 
Hubert Holmes Ingraham, Jr., 

Abilene 



Frank Randall Jewell, Liberty, N. Y. 
Thomas McKinley Johnson. Del Rio 
Robert Paul Landes, Houston 
George Sidney McCall, Austin 
John Jerry McCorkle, Port Arthur 
John Mark McLaughlin, Snyder 
William Otto Milburn. Austin 
Kenneth Lee Montfort, Graham 
Edward Clifford Nott, Jr., Abilene 
Frank Alton Packard, Dallas 
John Marshall Page, Austin 
Albert Wesley Parker, Houston 
Paul Wayne Peterson, Dallas 
Bruce Parker Pike, Fort Worth 
James Hamilton Pruett, Jr., El Paso 
Nolan Queen, Jr., Weatherford 
Rawland Leon Scott, Gainesville 
Murphy Townsend Scurry, Houston 
Charles Van Dyke Shaw, Austin 
John O. Spice, San Antonio 
Sterling Wallace Steves, Baytown 
Raymond G. Studer, Austin 
Robert Lee Swearingen, Austin 
William Scott Swearingen, Austin 
Mack Stoeltje, Beaumont 
Jack Rice Turner, Austin 
John Harrison Tyler, III, Austin 
Samuel Henry Vester, Jr., 

Port Arthur 
Frank Holland Williams, Jr., 

San Antonio 

Tom Finley Willison, Palestine 
Jerry James Wilson, Abilene 
Wynant Stone Wilson, Dallas 
Charles Craig Woodson, Brownwood 
George Arthur Yonge. Abilene 
Thomas Oliver York, Burnett 




G. N. Allen, J. R. Allen, Amos, Arm- 
strong, Baker, Bean, Blanchard. 



Blanton, Burr, Cable, Chancy, Coch- 
ran, M. J. Davis, Dewar, Dickinson. 



DuVall, Ferguson, A. D. Gearner, 
G. W. Gearner, Golden, Graber, 
P. N. Gregory, P. G. Gregory. 



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FACULTY 

DANA X. BIBLE, Athletic Director o\ Intercollegiate Athletics 
THOMAS PERRIN HARRISON, Professor of English 






Fall 
FRANK ALTON PACKARD 



OFFICERS 



Housemanager 



Spring 
JOHN JERRY McCoRKiE 



PLEDGES 



Joe Raymond Allen, Jr., 
Roswell. N. Mex. 

Henry Culberson Amos, Jr., Denton 

James Donavan Baker, Houston 

Charles R. Bass, Fort Worth 

William Dana Bible, Austin 

James Neal Blanton, Houston 

Ben S. Bradshaw, Abilene 

Ben M. Brigham, Jr., Austin 

John Lewis Burr, Austin 

Olin Ray Cable. Jr., Beaumont 

Don Morris Davis, Lubbock 

Neal Davis, Jr., Houston 

John Randolph Deaver, Houston 

James Alex Dick, El Paso 

Jean Kyle DuVall, Dallas 

Ewing Kalteyr Evans, San Antonio 

George Williard Geamer, Dallas 

Joe Bob Golden, Vemon 

Alan Keith Graham, Houston 

Paul N. Gregory, Groesbeck 

Fred Haberle, Jacksonville 

Paul Stevens Hill, Jr., San Benito 

Henry Scott James, Houston 



Don L. Jones, Jr., Lubbock 
Mickey Lewis, San Antonio 
Philip Bland Lucas, Beaumont 
Don MacGraw, Abilene 

Charles Holmes McCollum, III, 
Fort Worth 

Henry Young McCowan, Jr., Austin 
Donald Charles Mcllyar, Dallas 
Donn Stewart Noland, Abilene 
Thomas Michael O'Brien, San Antonio 
Jay Frank Powell, San Antonio 

Benjamin Thomas Rhodes, Jr., 
Cranfills Gap 

Doug Rowell, West Columbia 
Perry Stobauch, Weatherford 
James Samuel Swearingen, Jr., Austin 
Robert Benson White, Baytown 

James Phelps White, III, 
Roswell, N. Mex. 

Rex White, Garland 
John Hamshire Williams, Pecos 
Joseph Wilbur Wolfe, Sherman 
Jack Louis Wood, Dallas 
Charles Edgar Woodul, El Paso 




Top Row: Grinstcad, Haynes, Hoff, Hoyt. 
Second Row: Hunter, Jewell, Lewis, McCollum. 

Third Row: McCorkle, McCown, Mcllyar, 
McLaughlin. 

Fourth Row: Montfort, Nott, O'Brien, Packard. 
Fifth Row: Page, Parker, Pike, Powell. 
Sixth Row: Queen, Rhodes, Rowell, Scott. 

Seventh Row: Scurry, Shaw, J. S. Swearingen, 
Tyler. 

Eighth Row: Vester, J. P. White, R. B. White, 
F. H. Williams. 

\inth Row: J. J. Wilson, W. S. Wilson, Wolfe, 
Woodson. 



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DELTA SIGMA PHI 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1907 

70 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1899 



MEMBERS 

Jesse L. Bain, Jr., Waco 

John Shrigley Cron, Rorkport 

John Powell Davis, Marquez 

Howard Day, Dallas 

Ted Henry Dusek, Dallas 

Donald O. Ferguson, Pleasanton 

Kenneth W. Frazier, Austin 

Charles Freeman, Dallas 

Charles Froebel, Brenham 

Edward Foster Gill, Thompson 

Ronald Ray Goodnight, Dallas 

Fred M. Gouse, Jr., Dallas 

John E. Heitler, Indianapolis, Ind. 

William Richard Henley, Fort Worth 

Orrin L. Hilyard, Fort Worth 

Jerry Honeycutt, New Orleans, La. 

Jerry L. Hopson, Austin 

William Chesley Hughes, Austin 

J. B. Johnson, Fort Worth 

Charles Calvin Kubin, Houston 

Carroll Townes Lancaster, Dallas 

Richard Allen Linden, Austin 

Lloyd Longmire, San Antonio 

Joseph Pinkney Mathews, Brownwood 

James Waddell May, Austin 

Richard E. McCracken, San Juan, Calif. 

William Otis Murray, Dallas 

Orin A. Newman, Jr., Brownwood 

John T. Pirkle, Houston 

Chester M. Pittsford, Jr., Austin 

W. A. Plummer, Bandera 

George Stephenson, Houston 

Hubert R. Stewart, Jr., Port Arthur 

Walt M. Stischer, Pasadena 

Don R. Wenig, Amarillo 

Frank Thomas Woodall, Pasadena 




Arze, Bain, Barling, Bennett, Bigham, 
Breeding. 



Cron, Davis, Day, Dusek, Ferguson, 
Froebel. 



Goodnight, Gouse, Hale, Hammill, 
Henley, Heitler, Hilyard. 



PAGE 242 



FACULTY 
EDUARD TABORSKY, Associate Professor of Government 



Fall 

WILLIAM CHESLEY HUGHES 
JOHN POWELL DAVIS 
CHESTER M. PITTS FORD . 
DONALD O. FERGUSON 



OFFICERS 

President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

WILLIAM CHESLEY HUGHES 
JOHN POWELL DAVIS 
CHESTER M. PITTSFORD 
DONALD O. FERGUSON 



PLEDGES 



George B. Arze, Bolivia, South America 
Robert Fred Barling, Galveston 
Pete D. Bennett, Austin 
Jesse Yonge Bigham, Jr., Houston 
Seth Darnaby Breeding, Jr., Austin 
John Carroll Chitwood, Jr., Austin 
Knox Bledsoe Clark, Austin 
Dan William Crofts, Jacksonville 
Stephen Tabor Eargle, Austin 
Samuel Edward Hale, Amarillo 
Don Douglas Hammill, Austin 
Jim Davis Hill, Orinda, Calif. 
Donald Marvin James, Port Arthur 
Charles Hal Jones, III, Austin 
Charles Kielhorn, Indianapolis, Ind. 



James O. Kelly, Houston 
Roderick Donald Mclver, Austin 
Louis Mishulka, Wharton 
Richard William Moore, Cisco 
John Crews Rainey, Dallas 
Neil Singleton, Austin 
Clyll Ray Smith, Austin 
Larry Glenn Smith, Houston 
James William Stegall, Beaumont 
Arthur LaRoy Thruston, San Angelo 
Arturo Daniel Torres, Me Allen 
Bob Duane Vaughn, Amarillo 
Harlen Ellington Walker, Dallas 
Roily Eastin Webster, Austin 




Top Row: Hughes, Jones, Kielhorn. 
Second Row: Lancaster, Linden, Mclver. 
Third Row: Mathews, May, Mishulka. 
Fourth Row: Moore, Murray, Pittsford. 
Fifth Row: Plummer, Rainey, L. G. Smith. 
Sixth Row: Singleton, Stephenson, Stewart. 
Seventh Row: Stischer, Thruston, Torres. 
Eighth Row: Walker, Wenig, Woodall. 

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DELTA TAU DELTA 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1904 

83 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1859 



o ft 



Edwin Lewis Agnew, Dallas 

Hall Wayne Agnew, Austin 

David Rither Alter, Kapaa Karai, Hawaii 

Claiborne Murray Bell, Paris 

John Ballard Bennett, Weslaco 

David Thcobalt Blackstock, Austin 

William Donald Bonham, Navasota 

John Robert Brodnax, Jr., Houston 

James Martin Byrd, Nacogdoches 

William Weldon Byrd, Nacogdoches 

Bailey Mack Cawthron, Austin 

Jerry Terrill Chandler, Austin 

Carroll Wright Collins, Fort Worth 

Joe Howard Culver, Austin 

Charles Lee Cusenbary, Sonora 

Roland Edmund Dahlin, Dallas 

Wayne Englehardt Dear, Austin 

Donald Eastland, Hillsboro 

Kenneth Eugene Eastridge, Houston 

Travis Allen Eckert, Austin 

John Thomas Eubank, Jr., Shreveport, La. 

Howell Mallory Finch, Austin 

James Stuart Fuller, Port Arthur 

James Eastman Gerhardt, San Antonio 

John Bryan Glidden, Houston 

Owen Dale Goodman, Fort Worth 

Dewey Jude Gonsoulin, Houston 

Jess Grimes Hammock, Jr., Houston 

Lester Glenn Hill, Jr., New Braunfels 

Joe Tipton Housewright, San Benito 

John Lewis Immel, Corpus Christi 

Robert William Jackson, Beaumont 

Thomas Patrick Lamb, Houston 

William Joseph Laughlin, Houston 

Jack Newell Little, Big Spring 



V** f^ 





Frank Beverly Lloyd, Alice 
William Lewis Marr, Galveston 
Harry Lee Martin, Jr., Houston 
Francis Ruple McCauley, Jr., Houston 
Robert Gordon Mickey, Austin 
Paul Covey Mohr, Scottsbluff, Neb. 
Tom Rush Moody, Jr., Houston 
Lowell Kendall Mower, Jr., Houston 
George Edward Nowotny, Jr., 

New Braunfels 
Olal Wayne Ogden, Sonora 
George Marion Penn, Hillsboro 
William Albert Penn, Austin 
Richard Calvin Perhamus, Fort Worth 
David Graham Pfeiffer, Dallas 
Alphonso Ragland, III, Dallas 
Cruger Smith Ragland, Dallas 
Michael Bennett Raine, Marfa 
Henry Gorman Ritchie, Taft 
Curtis Bush Roberts, Beaumont 
Harry Gilson Scurlock, Dallas 
Edward Robert Simmen, Galveston 
Wendell Lee Strahan, Lamesa 
Wesley Randall Strahan, Lamesa 
Gwynn Arvin Teague, Brownwood 
Gardner Thomas, Jr., Brownwood 
Harry Negus Thomas, Brownwood 
Murph Napoleon Thorp, Big Spring 
James Randall Vater, Houston 
Claude Madison Weaver, II, Waco 
James Michael Welch, Corpus Christi 
Conrad Plitt Werkenthin, Austin 
David Harrell Williams, Austin 
Richard Peter Williamson, Galveston 
John Panhorst Wymer, Houston 
Howard Leslie York, Waco 



E. Agnew, H. Agnew, Alter, Bell, 
Bennett, Blackstock, Bonham. 



Brodnax, Brown, W. Byrd, Cawthron, 
Collins, Cruikshank, Culver. 



Dahlin, Davis, Dear, DeMoss, Dug- 
gan, Eastland, Eastridge, Eckert. 

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N 



FACULTY 

KENT WHEELER KENNAN, Professor of Music Composition 



Fall 

RICHARD PETER WILLIAMSON, III 
DONALD EASTLAND 
DEWEY JUDE GONSOULIN . 
KENNETH EUGENE EASTRIDGE . 
WILLIAM DONALD BONHAM 



OFFICERS 

Spring 

President . HOVVELL MALLORY FINCH 

V. -President JOHN THOMAS EUBANK, JR. 

Rec. Sec'y DAVID HARRELL WILLIAMS 

Cor. Sec'y JOHN PANHORST WYMER 

Treasurer CHARLES LEE CUSENBARY 



PLEDGES 



Charles Terry Abercrombie, Dublin 
Jack Andrew Brown, Dallas 
William Totten Cortelyou, Dallas 
Thomas Henry Cruikshank, Houston 
Joe Elliott Davis, Jr., Beaumont 
Harold Raymond DeMoss, Jr., Dallas 
Fitzhugh Lee Duggan, Jr., Houston 
John Eyres, Navasota 
Robert Ferrell, Houston 
Adolph William Foeh, Jr., Luling 
Robert Coleman Gay, III, Austin 
Robert Wilson Gilliam, San Antonio 
Thomas Marvin Hatfield, San Antonio 
Troy Lee Hand, Vernon 
Robert Taylor Herrin, Houston 
Henry Donnan Jacoby, Dallas 
John Johns, San Antonio 
Hugh McQuiston Lynn, Jr., Austin 



Francis Leo McNamara, Jr., Austin 
William Weeks Morris, Yazoo City, Miss. 
Mack Newsom, Denison 
David Allen Owen, Athens 
Jay Terry Pierce, Austin 
James Bland Pope, Austin 
Robert Adrian Rasmussen, Kerrville 
Prince Rupert Ricker, Big Spring 
Paul Welborn Sansom, San Antonio 
Robert Kennon Sansom, San Antonio 
William Weldon Satterwhite, Big Spring 
Larry Alan Schmucker, Houston 
George Wallace Showalter, Austin 
Bill Pearce Staehely, Austin 
Jimmie Vance Stovall, San Antonio 
Charles Louis Tighe, Houston 
William Alfred Walker, Beaumont 
Joseph Edward Youmans, Beaumont 




Top Row: Eubank, Finch, Gay, Good- 
man. 

Second Row: Hammock, Hill, House- 
wright, Immel. 

Third Row: Jackson, Lamb, Laugh- 
lin, Little. 

Fouith Row: Marr, Moody, Mower, 
Newsom. 

Fifth Row: Nowotny, W. Penn, Per- 
hamus, Pfeiffer. 

Sixth Row: A. Ragland, C. Ragland, 
Raine, Rasmussen. 

Seventh Row: Ritchie, Simmen, Stae- 
hely, Teague. 

Eighth Row: G. Thomas, H. Thomas, 
Tighe, Weaver. 

Ninth Row: Williams, Williamson, 
York, Youmans. 



PAOT 245 




DELTA UPSILON 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1949 

71 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1834 



MEMBERS 

Richard Fraine Adair, Havana, Cuba 

Max Bellah, Canyon 

Donald Mac Bishop, Dalhart 

Harold Douglas Colwick, Dickinson 

Martin Joseph DeStefano, Hearne 

John E. Fryman, Dallas 

Ralph Edward Hagood, Texas City 

Homer Herbert Jackson, Jr., San Antonio 

Charles Eric Jones, Jacksonville 

Duncan Allen Lawshae, Maracaibo, Venezuela 

William Lum Lirette, Baytown 

William George Mecklenberg, Newgulf 

Irvin Harris Nelson, Amarillo 

Hugh Oscar Peebles, Kountze 

Carroll Lynn Reed, Big Spring 

Thomas Lythe Schneider, San Antonio 

James Earle Shamblin, San Antonio 

James Crosby Stevens, Tyler 

Sergio Isidore Villarreal, Laredo 




Adair, Atkinson, Baker, Bishop, 
Blaylock. 



Colwick, De Stefano, Frierson, Fry- 
dell, Fryman. 






Furr, Gerber, Hagood, Harrell, Jack- 
son, Jones. 



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FACULTY 

KARL M. DALLKNBACH, Distinguished Professor of Psychology 

I'ARKER CLINTON FIELDER, Associate Professor of Law 

GOLDWIN GOLDSMITH, Professor of Architecture 

CHARLES HOMER HOLZWARTH, Special Instructor in Germanic Languages 

FRANK M. LEWIS, Teaching Fellow in Government 

ROLAND GOMMEL ROESSNER, Associate Professor of Architecture 



Fall 

IRVIN HARRIS NELSON 
JAMES CROSBY STEVENS 
WILLIAM LUM LIRETTE 
CHARLES ERIC JONES . 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Spring 

IRVIN HARRIS NELSON 
HAROLD DOUGLAS COLWICK 
MARTIN JOSEPH DESTEFANO 
CHARLES ERIC JONES 



PLEDGES 

Harold O'Hanlon Atkinson, Midland 
Travis Whitsett Bain, III, Lubbock 
Peter A. Baker, San Antonio 
Alan Curtis Blair, Houston 
Thomas Adrian Blaylock, Dallas 
Allie Durell Douthit, Raymondville 
John Edward Frierson, McCamey 
Don Gordon Frydell, Middletown, Ohio 
Richard Allan Furr, McCamey 
Thomas Clark Gerber, New Braunfels 
Bradley Lee Gibbs, Houston 
Edward Charles Harrell, Claude 
William Gordon Kiblinger, Dallas 
Robert Alston Langhorne, Jr., Dalhart 
James Edward McCutcheon, San Antonio 
Charles David McGinnis, Katy 
Charles M. Merrill, Dallas 
Vaughn Homer Mitchell, San Antonio 
James Herbert Peeples, Amarillo 
Richard Earl Shepherd, Bellaire 
Dan Cargill Smith, III, Houston 
Neal L. Spelce, Corpus Christi 
Cyril Danmen Stapleton, Austin 
Donald Lamar Stone, Jacksonville 
Edward Lee Teer, Bryan 
David Woods Tees, New Braunfels 





Top Row: Kiblinger, Langhornc, Lawshae. 
Second Row: Lirctte, McCutcheon, McGinnis. 
Third Row: Mitchell, Nelson, Peebles. 
Fourth Row: Reed, Schneider, Shamblin. 
Fifth Row: Sheperd, Smith, Stapleton. 
Sixth Row: Stevens, Teer, Villarreal. 



PACE 247 



KAPPA ALPHA 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1883 

75 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1865 



Jimmy B. Adams, Corpus Christ! 
Leroy Money Adams, Arlington, Va. 
Charles Don Arnett, Dallas 
Edwin Thomas Ashworth, 

Victoria, Va. 

George Pope Atkins, Austin 
David Blake Barnhill, Austin 
Roger Lewis Berry, San Antonio 
Edmund F. Benchoff, Menard 
George Henry Brigman, Uvalde 
Nathan Nelson Burlingham, 

Fort Worth 

Carl W. Burnette, La Follette, Tenn. 
Seth Charles Burnitt, San Antonio 
Dan Dean Chandler, 

Whitehaven, Tenn. 
Dudley Aldridge Chatham, 

San Antonio 
Charles March Christensen, 

Barrington, 111. 
John Victor Cline, Bellaire 
Irwin Weldon Coleman, Jr., 

Jackson, Miss. 
Claude E. Cooke, Kilgore 
Walter Craddock, Killeen 
James Charles Ditto, Arlington 
George Moye Dobbins, Austin 
Lloyd Justin Duncan, San Antonio 
Howard Richard DuPuy, Dallas 
John L. Estes, Waxahachie 
Arthur James Ferguson, 

Shreveport, La. 
Edward Reinhold Finck, 

San Antonio 

Gene Branch Fleming, Mt. Vernon 
William Lee Folse, Beaumont 
Edward Forgotson, Shreveport, La. 
Wyman Ray Gilliam, Austin 
Jack Streety Gorman, Snyder 
Alvin Owsley Hall, Wichita Falls 




Robert Charles Halsell, Bryan 
Roger Claxton Hanks, Wichita Falls 
Charles P. Harris, Tunica, Miss. 
George Mathis Harwell, Jr., 

San Antonio 

Walter A. Hogan, Houston 
William Deming Hornaday. 

Arlington, Va. 

Roy Prewett Huff, Jr., San Antoni* 
James Forbes Jackson, Jr., Laredo 
George Eldridge Keeler, Cleburne 
Merton King, St. Louis, Mo. 
Bill J. Lipscomb, Fort Worth 
Clyde Rabb Littlefield, Austin 
Johnny Eugene Milner, Palestine 
John Gresham Minniece, Marfa 
John Webster Naylor, Fort Worth 
Philip A. Nelson, Jr., Austin 
Jack K. Norris, Austin 
Patrick Henry Poe, Dallas 
Charles William Ransdell, Dallas 
Joseph Wright Sentell, Snyder 
Marvin F. Sentell, Snyder 
Francis Elliott Shoup, Dallas 
Robert Frederick Silvus, Austin 
Franklin Scott Spears, Austin 
Joseph A. Staples, III, Houston 
Marvin M. Stetler, Dallas 
Charles Tabor, Chillicothe 
Davis M. Taylor, Corpus Christi 
Emory Chapman Thompson, Austin 
Robert Lynn Batts Tobin, 

San Antonio 

Kenneth Merle Waltrip, Fort Worth 
Glen Douglas West, Fort Worth 
Eddie H. Westling, Austin 
Edmund Payne Williams, 

Corpus Christi 

Bob Charles Winkelman, Austin 
David Ray Womack, Jr., Austin 
Richard Warren Yarborough, Austin 



J. B. Adams, L. M. Adams, Allen, 
Ashworth, H. W. Atkins, Barnes, 
Barnhill, Beckham. 



Boone, Brigman, Burlingham, Bur- 
nette, Burnitt, Chandler, Chatham, 
C. M. Christensen. 



C. L. Christensen, Cline, Collins, 
Cooke, S. K. Davis, W. E. Davis, 
Ditto, Dobbins. 



DuPuy, Estes, Felt, Ferguson, Flem- 
ing, Forgotson, Gilliam, Gunter. 

PAGE 248 



FACULTY 

JOHN FINZER HAGAN, JR., Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics 

ROBERT ADGER LAW, Professor of English 

CLYDE LITTLEFIELD, Head Track and Cross Country Coach 

DANIEL ALLEN PENTCK, Professor of Classical Languages and Tennis Coach 



Fall 

GENE BRANCH FLEMING 
ALVIN OWSLEY HALL . 
NATHAN NELSON BURLINGHAM 
ROBERT LYNN BATTS TOBIN 
KENNETH MERLE WALTRIP 



OFFICERS 

. I . . 
. II . . 
. Ill 
. IV 
VI 



Spring 

GENE BRANCH FLEMING 
ALVIN OWSLEY HALL 
NATHAN NELSON BURLINGHAM 
ROBERT LYNN BATTS TOBIN 
KENNETH MERLE WALTRIP 



PLEDGES 



John Rector Allen, Austin 
Hal W. Atkins, Jr., San Antonio 
John Edward Barnes, Port Arthur 
Beverly Welford Beckham, Robstown 
Lester Carl Boone, Jr., Odessa 
David Ray Butler, San Angelo 

Christian Lauriths Christensen, 
Barrington, 111. 

Charles Garland Collins, Wichita Falls 
John Spencer Conway, San Antonio 
Stanley Kent Davis, Amarillo 
Warren Eugene Davis, Amarillo 
Albert Dudley Felt, Houston 
George Robert Gunter, San Angelo 
Harold Deen Holloway, Fort Worth 
Allan Huffman, Houston 
Ellis Ivey, Fort Worth 
Frank La Rue Ivey, Fort Worth 



Robert Allen Johns, Austin 
Glen William Lewis, San Angelo 
Tynus William McNeel, Hearne 
John Hoffman Moore, Mt.Vernon 
Richard Bruce Motheral, Austin 
Joel Clarke Nabers, Corpus Christi 
Allyn Smith Patrick, Dallas 
Dan Reynolds, Arlington 
John Stanley Riney, Houston 
Frank Kee Robinson, Lamesa 
Mike C. Robinson, Dallas 
Jerry Ray Sandefur, Mt. Pleasant 
Albert David Scherz, Houston 
Frank Carl Schulte, Fort Worth 
Terry Tamon Smith, Houston 
James Francis Struhall, Austin 
Vernon Ray Wattinger, Austin 
Emil John Wohlt, Jr., Houston 




Top Row: Hall, Halsell, Harris, Holloway. 

Second Row: Hornaday, Huffman, F. L. Ivey, 
Jackson. 

Third Row: Johns, Keeler, King, Lewis. 

Fourth Row: Lipscomb, Littlefield, McNeel, 
Minniece. 

Fifth Row: Motheral, Nabers, Naylor, Nelson. 

Sixth Row: Norris, Ransdell, Riney, F. K. 
Robinson. 

Seventh Row: M.C.Robinson, Sandefur, Scherz, 
Sentell. 

Eighth Row: Silvus, Spears, Tabor, Taylor. 

Ninth Row: Thompson, Tobin, Waltrip, Wat- 
tinger. 

Tenth Row: West, Wcstling, Williams. 
Eleventh Row: Womack, Yarborough. 



I',.., 1!4'( 




KAPPA SIGMA 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1884 

126 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1869 



MEMBERS 



Alexander Adams, Houston 
George Baxter Adams, Waco 
Joseph Filmore Baldridge, Fort Worth 
Donald Lee Barnhart, Fort Worth 
Sumter Turner Bibb, Fort Worth 
Richard Lacy Bourland, Fort Worth 
Charles S. Boyd, Houston 
John Lackland Brockenbrough, Waco 
George Evans Brown, San Angelo 
Lon Martin Buckley, Dallas 
John Robert Bunn, Jr., Tyler 
Robert Daniel Burck, Austin 
Robert Lee Carson, Fort Worth 
Alfred Gregory Callow, Houston 
William Jack Chrisite, Wharton 
Robert Ewing demons, Houslon 
William Aldridge Cline, Jr., Wharton 
Laurence Connelly, Houslon 
Thomas Hoenig Connelly, Houslon 
R. Earl Cox, Fort Worth 
James Rorick Cravens, Houslon 
David Shelby Dale, Houslon 
Tommy W. Davis, Richmond 
Robert E. Draper, Dallas 
Albert Faetche, Jr., Wharton 
George Pierre Garderc, Dallas 
John Buel Glass, Tyler 
Joe Marbury Glover, San Antonio 
Richard Harrison Gross, Corpus Christi 
William P. Hamblen, Houslon 
Sam Clinton Hamilton, Jr., Houslon 
Richard E. Helland, San Antonio 
Thomas Briggs Henderson, Jr., 

Charlolle, N. C. 
Cameron Lee Hoover, Waco 
Ford Hubbard, Jr., Houslon 
Edward Lee Humphreys, Waco 
Henry Keller, Fort Worth 
Thomas M. Leach, Auslin 
Carl Edward Lee, Houston 
John Louis Maxwell, Dallas 
Willis James McAnelly, Houston 
Muckleroy McDonnold, Jr., Austin 



ftfttii 




Laurence Earl McMakin, Houston 
Donald Wright Meek, Houston 
Bruce Barnett Miller, Victoria 
Richard Miller, Cleburne 
Sampson Oliver Miller, Austin 
Dan Jackson Mizell, Kaufman 
Robert T. Moncrief, Houston 
Preston Moore, Houston 
William Bohning Newberry, Austin 
George Martin Newman, Waco 
Julian Winchell Oates, Waco 
Joseph Lackland Orr, Fort Worth 
Leonard Bolton Outlar, Wharton 
James Austin Pakenham, Longview 
Robert L. Petrie, Jr., Fort Worth 
William Farrar Pipes, San Antonio 
James Anderson Purse, Dallas 
David Seney Richardson, Galveston 
Howard Vance Rose, Fort Worth 
Arch H. Rowan, Jr., Fort Worth 
C. A. Rundell, Austin 
Joe E. Russo, Houston 
George Arnold Scaling, Fort Worth 
Robert Milton Schlemmer, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Edwin Nesbitt Shaw, Houston 
Dwight Marshall Simmons, Dallas 
Hamp Smead, Longview 
Harvey William Smith, Houston 
Clarence Charles Stenzel, Fort Worth 
Preston A. Stofer, Victoria 
Stuart Edward Templeton, San Angelo 
Kirkland Vandervoort, Houston 
Thomas Grastrell Warren, Waco 
David Robert Webb, Dallas 
Donald Eugene Weber, 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Randolph Fredrick Wheless, Houston 
William D. Winston, Lufkin 
Richard Oliver Wolff, San Antonio 
Robert Carl Wolter, Bishop 
James Franklin Wood, Waco 
Robert Elton Young, Houston 



A. Adams, Applewhite, Barnhart, 
Bourland, Brockenbrough, Brooks, 
Bullard, Burck. 



Carson, Callow, Cravens, demons, 
L. Connelly, T. H. Conelly, Dale, 
DuLaney. 



Everett, Glass, Glover, Gross, Hamil- 
ton, Helland, Hoover, Jones. 



PAGE 250 



FACULTY 

lb\KY WILSON CHAPMAN, Instructor in Physical Training for Men 

KRSKST R. HARDIN, Assistant Professor of Speech 

FRANK HALLAM LYELL, Assistant Professor of English 

EDWIN BOOTH PRICE, Head Football Coach 

JACK GREEK TAYLOR, Business Manager; Assistant Professor of Investments 



Fall 

CLARENCE CHARLES STENZEL 
PRESTON MOORE 
ALFRED GREGORY CATLOW . 
RICHARD OLIVER WOLFF 



OFFICERS 

Spring 

Grand Master . C. A. RUNDELL 
Grand Procurator GEORGE PIERRE GARDERE 
Grand Scribe . ALFRED GREGORY CATLOW 
House Manager ROBERT MILTON SCHLEMMER 



PLEDGES 



Robert Lenoir Applewhite, Rosenberg 

Lewis Erskine Brooks, Corpus Christ! 

James E. Bullard, Waco 

John Devin Cochran, Bonham 

Ashton Baker Coulter, Houston 

Jack Dulaney, Dallas 

Jack Baker Durkee, Jr., Houston 

David R. Engleman, Fort Worth 

Lane Everett, Fort Worth 

Edward C. Gardere, Dallas 

Jay Edgar Garth, Houston 

W. Frank Hopkins, Fort Worth 

Thomas E. Jones, Sulphur Springs 

Donald Krause, San Antonio 

Charles M. Little, Fort Worth 

Joe Richard Locke, Dallas 

William Long, Mineola 

Bernard J. Lovejoy, Fort Worth 



Jay William Maxwell, Dallas 

Hunter Morris, Temple 

Ki u in Edgar Penniman, Dallas 

Charles C. Pierce, Dallas 

W. L. Rankine, Jr., Austin 

Everett Allen Roberts, Fort Worth 

Rolands Rock Robertson, Tyler 

Gladstone McLendon Rowe, Dallas 

John Lee Rundcll, Austin 

Ben J. Russo, Houston 

Robert Franklin Sharpe, Jr., Dallas 

Thomas H. Toler, Austin 

John Rowell Toman, Fort Worth 

Thurman Alex Vaught, Fort Worth 

James Brazelton Walker, Waco 

Merrill Whitehead, Jr., Houston 

Robert Drake Wilkes, Fort Worth 




Top Row: Keller, Krause, Lee, Little. 

Second Row: Long, Lovejoy, J. L. Maxwell, 
McAnelly. 

Third Row: McMakin, B. B. Miller, S. O. 
Miller, Moore. 

Fourth Row: Orr, Outlar, Petrie, Pierce. 
Fifth Row: Pipes, Rankine, Roberts, Rowan. 

Sixth Row: Rowe, C. A. Rundell, I. L. Rundcll 
B. J. Russo. 

Seventh Row: J. E. Russo, Stenzel, Stofer, 
Schlemmer. 

Eighth Row: Sharpe, Simmons, Toler, Toman. 

Mnth Row: T. G. Warren, Webb, Weber, 
Whitehead. 

Tenth Row: Wilkes, Winston, Wolff, Wolt.-r. 



P*oe251 




LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1917 

140 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1909 



Robert Preston Andrews, Fort Worth 
Jerry Alfred Bass, Port Arthur 
Bruce Alder Billingsly, San Antonio 
Leon Booth, Jr., Baltimore, Md. 
Walker Allen Brents, Jr., Fort Worth 
James Bernard Burleson, Jr., Dallas 

Huel Homer Chandler, Jr., 
Port Arthur 

Herbert Leland Clancy, Jr., 
San Antonio 

Robert Sebum Collins, Jr., 
Texarkana 

Alfred Foy Curry, III, Fort Worth 
Harold Francis Curtis, Greenville 
Thomas Allen Eades, Dallas 
Morris Riley Edwards, San Antonio 
Roy Brent Fisher, Corpus Christi 
Murray Lawrence Forsvall, Austin 
Samuel Stewart Frazer, III, Baytown 
Minard Heston Gildon, Monahans 
Paul Martin Grieder, Wichita Falls 
Walter Guttman, Jr., Austin 
Talmage Monroe Guy, San Antonio 
Maynard Joseph Haddad, El Paso 
Oscar Carl Hamilton, Jr., San Benito 
Ned Thomas Harral, Houston 
Robert Douglas Henley, San Antonio 
James Frederick Huitt, Bay City 
Charles Gohmert Hoff, Jr., Cotulla 
James David Krause, San Antonio 

Thomas Edward Laughlin, Jr., 
Baytown 




Willis Howell McCullough, III, 
Waco 

Roddy David McDaniel, Austin 
Wayland Pierce Moody, San Antonio 
Philip Chapman Mounger, Bellaire 

Frederick Wentworth Noble, Jr., 
San Antonio 

Richard Frank Ochoa, Laredo 
Richard Lee Oden, Amarillo 
Stafford Milmo Page, Fort Worth 
William Dorsey Parker, Houston 
Samuel Rutherford Perry, Rockdale 
Allan Kerry Preston, Houston 
John Edwin Redmon, Cleburne 

Russell Ronald Reynolds, 
San Antonio 

John Robert Robertson, San Antonio 
Cecil Charles Rix, Port Arthur 

Bernard Edward Schwarzbach, Jr., 
El Paso 

Robert Travis Schwarzbach, El Paso 
John Bass Selman, Marble Falls 
John Arthur Stehling, Fredericksburg 
John Lee Stout, Austin 
Leslie John Strieber, San Antonio 

Ronald Reed Thomson, 
Corpus Christi 

Romilly Christopher Timmons, 
Baytown 

John Behner Valerius, 
Shreveport, La. 

Bryson Lamar Whitlock, Mercedes 
James Melton Witten, San Antonio 



F. B. Baker, H. L. Baker, Billingsley, 
Booth, Bradford, Brents. 



Brumblf, Burleson, Cockrell, L. H. 
Collins, R. L. Collins, Jr., Conger. 



Curry, Dunn, Eades, Edwards, For- 
vall, Gilger. 



PAGE 252 






FACULTY 

Cl RTIS JACKSON ALDERSON, Assistant Professor of Physical and Health Education 
ROBBIN COLYER ANDERSON, Associate Professor of Chemistry 
JAMES ANDERSON FITZGERALD, Professor of Banking and Insurance 
SCOTT GAINES, Attorney for University Lands 
GEORGE ENOCH HURT, Director of Longhorn Band 



Art 



OFFICERS 



Fall 
TALMADGE MONROE GUY . 



High 
Alpha 

HERBERT LELAND CLANCY, JR. . High 

Beta 



ROY BRENT FISHER 



High 
Gamma 



BERNARD EDWARD SCHWARZBACH High 

Tau 



Spring 

ROY BRENT FISHER 
THOMAS EDWARD LAUGHLIN, JR. 
MURRAY LAWRENCE FORSVALL 
LESLIE JOHN STRIEBER 



PLEDGES 



Frank Kelsey Baker, Fort Stockton 
Hugh Lee Baker, Crosby 
David D. Bradford, San Antonio 
Ronald Wayne Bridges, Corpus Christi 
Elmer Oliver Brumble, III, Lufkin 
John Harrison Cockrell, Cleburne 
Lucien Hunter Collins, San Antonio 
Roger Lacy Conger, Waco 
Charles Peak Cook, Cuero 
John Benson Curtis, Tyler 
Jerome Richard Dunn, Corpus Christi 
Joe Drahn Foster, Waco 
Russell Vaughn Gilger, Dallas 
Donald Wayne Hanley, Corpus Christi 
Daniel William Lakenmacher, Houston 
Leonard H. Von 



Edwin E. Lehr, Baytown 
A. F. Watson MacManus, San Antonio 
Charles Tannahill Mayes, Calallen 
Robert Edward Milstead, Houston 
Jimmie Charles Mitchell, Dallas 
Samuel Thornton Murff, Corpus Christi 
Harry Edward Musson, Austin 
Jerry E. Onhaizer, Ysleta 
Louis Edgar Perry, Corpus Christi 
William Marshall Puls, Fort Worth 
Fred Porter Searcy, San Antonio 
Robert M. Shiels, Stephenville 
Allan M. Smith, San Antonio 
Gary Rolla Smith, Breckenridge 
Robert Falligant Travis, San Antonio 
Dohlen, III, Goliad 




Top Row: Griedcr, Guttman, Guy, Haddad. 
Second Row: Hamilton, Hanley, Harrel, Hoff. 

Third Row: Krause, Laughlin, MacManus, 
McCullough. 

Fourth Row: McDanicl, Moody, Odin, Page. 
Fifth Row: Parker, S. R. Perry, Preston, Puls. 

Sixth Row: Redmon, Rix, B. E. Schwarzbach, 
R. T. Schwarzbach. 

Seventh Row: Searcy, Selman, Strieber, 
Thomson. 

Eighth Row: Timmins, Travis, Valerius. 
Ninth Row: Whitlock, Witten. 




PMH _ 



PHI DELTA THETA 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1888 

114 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1848 



Neyland Foster Allen, Fort Worth 
Jess Burks Alford, Jr., Paris 
Robert Landis Armstrong, Austin 
Daniel Calmes Arnold, Houston 

Donald Richard Besley, 

Columbia Cross Roads, Penn. 

William Henry Clark, III, Dallas 
Dabney Wharton Coleman, Austin 

Harry Elbert Copeland, Jr., 
San Antonio 

Joseph Holmes Flaig, Jr., Dallas 

William Williard Gibson, Jr., 
Amarillo 

Robert Wentworth Gilstrap, Austin 
James Earl Gist, Carthage 

Charles Hardy Gregory, III, 
Galveston 

Louis Vosburg Hall, San Angelo 
Larry Reid Hensarling, Houston 
Dixon Wade Holman, Fort Worth 

Hammond Warfield Hopkins, 
Sherman 

John Martin Hopper, Austin 
Douglas Wister Howell, Bryan 
John Webb Howell, III, Bryan 
Mark Emily Huff, Jr., Wichita Falls 
Oscar Freer Jones, III, Waco 
Olin Clifton Lancaster, Jr., Dallas 
Tom M. Ledingham, Mitchell, Neb. 




Lewis Norman Little, San Angelo 

Charles Thomas May, Jr., 
Fort Worth 

John Gibbs Meador, Jr., Houston 

Bernard Willford Miner, Jr., 
Fort Worth 

Jay Clark Nowlin, Fort Worth 
Roger Hons Porter, Jr., Austin 
Risher Randall, Galveston 
Jess Newton Rayzor, Jr., Houston 
Mike Henry Roberts, San Angelo 
John David Roche, Austin 
Jules Edouard Schneider, Dallas 
William Overton Shelmire, Dallas 

James Martin Shelton, Jr., 
Fort Worth 

Warren Ware Shipman, III, 
Fort Worth 

Josephus Murray Smith. Austin 
Roy LeGrand Taylor, Jr., Dallas 
John Jay Thomas, Jr., Kerrville 
John Nathaniel Touchstone, Dallas 
Robert Harding Walker, Dallas 
Richard Clark Webb, Houston 
Victor J. Willi, Zurich, Switzerland 
John William Worsham, Houston 

Gordon Russell Wynne, Jr., 
Wills Point 



Alford, Armstrong, Arnold, Barnes, 
Blackwell, Breauer. 



Brannin, William H. Clark, Whitfield 
H. Clark, Copeland, Davis, 
Dingwall. 



Doyle, Flaig, Garwood, Gibson, Gil- 
strap, Gist. 



PAGE 254 



FACULTY 

EUGENE CAMPBELL BARKER, Professor Emeritus of History 
THOMAS MABRAY CRANFILL, Associate Professor of English 
CHARLES TILFORD Mt-CORMICK, Distinguished Professor of Law 
ROBERT \VELDON STAYTON, Distinguished Professor of Law 



Fall 

WILLIAM HENRY CLARK, III 
WILLIAM OVERTON SHELMIRE 
HAMMOND WARFIELD HOPKINS 
CHARLES THOMAS MAY. JR. 



PLEDGES 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Warden 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

WILLIAM OVERTON SHELMIRE 
WARREN WARE SHIPMAN, III 
DIXON WADE HOLMAN 
CHARLES THOMAS MAY, JR. 



James Edwin Barnes, Ponca City, Okla. 
John Melvin Blackwell, Beaumont 
Harry- Lee Braeuer, Stephenville 
Dan Brannin, Jr., Dallas 
Whitfield Harral Clark, Dallas 
Richard Hugh Davis, Waco 
Donald Colin Dingwall, Austin 
Dan Peter Doyle, Jr., Galveston 
Rufus Higginbotham Duncan, Waco 
William Loc khart Garwood, Austin 
Clovis Benton Heimsath, San Antonio 
Charles Henry Hightower, Jr., Dallas 
Maxwell Lee Hightower, Mt. Pleasant 
Patrick Joseph Kain, Dallas 
Jack Mattewson Mann, Marshall 
Louis Burr Paine. Jr., Houston 
David Sutton Shelmire, Dallas 
Corbin Lee Snow, Jr., Marshall 
Allen Taylor, Dallas 




Top Row: Gregory, Heimsath, Hensarling, 
C. H. Hightower. 

Second Row: M. L. Hightower, Holman, Hop- 
kins, D. W. Howell, Jr. 

Third Row: J. W. Howell, Huff, Jones, Kain. 

l-ourth Row: Lancaster, Ledingham, Mann, 
May. 

Fifth Row: Meador, Miner, Nowlin, Randall. 
Sixth Row: Razor, Roberts, Roche, Schneider. 

Seventh Row: D. S. Shelmire, W. O. Shrlmire, 
A. Taylor, R. L. Taylor. 

Eighth Row: Thomas, Touchstone, Walker, 
Webb. 

Ninth Row: Willi, Worsham. 



O 

I- J iTv 1 




.i 299 



PHI GAMMA DELTA 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1883 

81 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1848 



Bob G. Agnew, Ballinger 
Hugh Elbert Alexander, Beaumont 
George Billy Anderson, Fischers 
William Charles Baker, Kerrville 
Harrison Nesbit Bowes, Highland Park, 111. 
Howard Lee Brainin, Houston 
William Benozmin Brown, Waller 
Carey Carlton Bruce, Jr., Beaumont 
Carl Ray Brumley, Austin 
Harold W. Brumley, Austin 
John Frederick Buenz, Jr., San Antonio 
Joe Thomas Bunch, Austin 
Charles Nesom Burt, Jr., Dallas 
Gerald Lynn Burton, Beaumont 
Joseph Stuart Carson, Corpus Christi 
Pat Swearingen Chumney, San Antonio 
Marshall Terrell Clegg, San Antonio 
Lum Caswell Edwards, Beaumont 
Alvin William Ellington, Jr., San Angelo 
Robert Lee Eschenburg, Floresville 
William Morgan Fail, Jr., Grand Saline 
Warren L. Farris, McAllen 
John Redney Foster, Del Rio 
Robert Penn Fowler, Austin 
Ross Thurber Frick, Floresville 
Thomas Mason Fuller, Austin 
Max Prince Gardner, San Antonio 
Tom Ryan Glover, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Jerry Dan Godwin, Beaumont 
Charles Warren Goehringer, San Antonio 
Eric Storrie Greenfield, Venice, Fla. 
Ben R. Hammond, Jr., San Antonio 
Joseph Paul Hammond, El Paso 
John Wade Hampton, Wichita Falls 
Bill Paul Harris, Corpus Christi 
Edward Phelps Helvenston, Dallas 
Warren Clayton Hemphill, San Angelo 
James Theodore Hunt, Sonora 
Robert Eugene Jones, Brighton, Colo. 
Philip Wesley Kidd, Houston 



Ernest Losson Kistler, Jr., San Antonio 
George Haze Kolb, San Antonio 
Gregor C. MacGregor, Dallas 
Robert Shain McCaig, Dallas 
Thomas Atlee McCampbell, 

Corpus Christi 
Judd Miller, Jr., Austin 
Leslie Millard Moor, Jr., Beaumont 
Robert Hayes Mount, Columbus, Ohio 
William Richard Neff, Port Arthur 
Milburn E. Nutt, Wichita Falls 
Joe Allen Osborn, Friona 
John Glenn Pew, Dallas 
Robert W. Pratt, Jr., San Antonio 
Bobby R. Raley, Gushing, Okla. 
Jack Me. Gregor Ransom, San Angelo 
Fred Whitcomb Riley, San Antonio 
James Marvin Scurlock, Dallas 
Henry Warren Sebesta, Jr., Bastrop 
Robert William Shafer, Sr., Austin 
Roy Datus Sharp, Jr., Madisonville 
Harry Reid Sharpless, Jr., Port Arthur 
David Madison Smith, San Antonio 
Donald C. Smith, Kerrville 
Charles L. Sowell, San Antonio 
Jack Robson Sowell, San Antonio 
Donald C. Spencer, Houston 
George Talbot Stevens, Jr., Port Arthur 
Albert Scott Taylor, McAllen . 
Charles Edward Taylor, El Campo 
Robert L. Thomas, Beaumont 
Jere W. Thompson, Dallas 
George Murat Thurmond, Del Rio 
Roland Ashley Timberlake, Victoria 
Robert Stone Timmins, Dallas 
Thomas Conrad Tips, Seguin 
William Eric Tucker, Port Arthur 
Richard Vander Straten, San Antonio 
Basil Eugene Walker, Amarillo 
Charles Stuart Wallace, Houston 
Robert Leo Wood, Galena Park 



_ 

^d^^ ^Bh ^Mt. 
! 




Adams, Alexander, Beck, Bowes, 
Brainin, W. B. Brown, Bruce, C. R. 
Brumley. 



H. W. Brumley, Burton, Chumney, 
Clegg, Coffee, Crowther, Derrick, 
Dickinson, Edwards. 



Ellington, Ellis, Eschenburg, Fail, 
Farabee, B. A. Fowler, R. D. Fowler, 
Fraser, Frick. 



PACK 256 



* 



FACULTY 

FREDERIC DUNCALF, JR., Professor Emeritus of History 
HOWARD CLIFFORD GILSTRAP, Assistant Football Coach 
GERALD M. STAFFORD, Assistant Professor of Geology 
BERRY M. WHITAKER, Director of Intramural Athletics for Men 



Fall 

ROBERT W. PRATT, JR. 
JERE W. THOMPSON . 
JAMES THEODORE HUNT 

JOSEPH PAUL HAMMOND 
MAX PRINCE GARDNER 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Recording Secretary 

Corresponding 
Secretary 

Treasurer 
Historian . 



Spring 

ROBERT W. PRATT, JR. 
JERE W. THOMPSON 
JAMES THEODORE HUNT 

JOSEPH PAUL HAMMOND 
MAX PRINCE GARDNER 



PLEDGES 



Robert Edwin Adams, Houston 
Ray Carl Arnhold, Jr., Wichita Falls 
Charles Edward Baer, Seguin 
Jack Leon Barton, Dallas 
Francis Leroy Beck, Corpus Christi 
James Augustus Blaylock, Jr., 

Port Arthur 
H. E. Bohn, Austin 
Dudley Brady, Brady 
Joseph Phillip Branch, Selman City 
Charles Neyal Brewer, Lubbock 
Roy Allyn Brown, Houston 
William W. Buller, New Gulf 
James Scott Byerly, Madisonville 
John C. Calhoun, Hempstead 
Robert Franklin Coffee, Dallas 
Ed T. Coughlin, Corpus Christi 
Sam Crowther, San Angelo 
William James Derrick, El Paso 
Philip Blair Dickinson, Beaumont 
Charles William Ellis, Port Arthur 
Kenneth Ray Farabee, Wichita Falls 
Bradley Allison Fowler, Austin 
Charles Duncan Fraser, Dallas 
Ted Hager, San Antonio 








Benny Howard Hughes, Beaumont 
Larry Gene lies, Beaumont 
James Durkin Kennedy, Dallas 
Jack Mexville Little, Dallas 
Donald Ray Mighell, Dallas 
David Connel Parker, Austin 
John Thomas Ratliff, Jr., Sonora 
Bruce Luna Rhea, Dallas 
Lail Hamilton Shaw, Jr., Dallas 
James Roy Smith, Port Arthur 
George Jefferson Toland, Jr., 

Brownsville 

Oren Harold Tomlinson, Houston 
Charles John Turner, Dallas 
Jack Wendell Voyles, Austin 
Ben Britain West, Lubbock 
Richard Alan Willding, Dallas 
Robert Graham Wilson, Austin 
Worley Wilson, Madisonville 
Fred Vanderwerth Wolford, 

Port Arthur 

Thomas A. Delano Womack, Austin 
Gary Price Woody, Wichita Falls 
John Buel Wright, San Antonio 
Joe B. Youngblood, Abilene 



Top Row: Gardner, Greenfield, J. P. Hammond, 
Hampton. 

Second Row: Hcmphill, Hughes, Hunt, Kennedy. 
Third Row: Kolb, Little, MacGregor, McCaig. 
Fourth Row: Mighell, Neff, Nutt, Osborn. 
Fifth Row: Parker, Pratt, Ransom, Ratliff. 
Sixth Row: Rhea, Riley, Scurlock, Sharp. 

Seventh Row: Shaw, D. C. Smith, Spencer, 
Stevens. 

Eighth Row: C. E. Taylor, Timberlake, Tim- 
mi ns, Tips. 

Ninth Row: Toland, Tucker, Turner, Voyles. 
Tenth Row: West, Wilson, Wolford, Woody. 



.i J-.7 




PHI KAPPA PSI 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1904 

56 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1852 



Robert Burney Alexander, Waco 
Arthur Malachi Allen, III, Dallas 
Douglass Eugene Atwill, Midland 
Robert Mason Billings, 

New Braunfels 
John David Carlton, Borger 
Henry Alvan Chapman, Houston 
Jamie Hager Clements, Crockett 
Jacob Riley Colvin, Bonham 
George Allen Crowley, Fort Worth 
George Erwin Derrick, Austin 
James Randel Dockery, Vernon 
William Dee Dockery, Jr., Austin 
Austin Richard Duffy, Houston 
Samuel Martin Durso, Jr., 

Port Arthur 
Louis Robert Eddins, Jr., 

Fort Worth 

Lynwood Grayburn Elliott, Austin 
James Fitz-Gerald, Midland 
Gilbert Ford, Amarillo 
Phil Fugitt, Greenville 
Clay Wayland Gordon Fulcher, 

Wichita Falls 

Henry Lamar Gilliam, Athens 
Robert Fonda Gribble, Austin 
Morris Jackson Hampton, Naples 
Vernon Barnes Hill, Jr., Mission 
Richard Huff Hodges, Austin 
Charles Edmund Holloway, Dallas 
William John Howard, San Antonio 
John Bethel Juvenal, Vernon 
Jerrold Joseph Kelly, 

Rock Rapids, Iowa 
William Monroe Kerr, Midland 
Penn Van Rensselaer Livingston, 

Austin 

Richard Franklin Love, Dallas 
Jerry Frank Lyons, Amarillo 
William Kent Mcllyar, Jr., Dallas 



James Daniel McKeithan, Austin 
Raymond L. McKim, Jr., Midland 
Laughlin Arthur McLaurin, Austin 
Carroll Jack Mahoney, Dallas 
lames Edward Miller, Barstow 
Roy Scott Mills, Amarillo 
Edmund Taylor Morris, Jr., Austin 
Jeff Monroe Neely, Jr., Amarillo 
Wilbur Edmond Notestine, Amarillo 
Charles William Oldham, Dallas 
Gaylon Royce Overton, Borger 
Frank Clark Pendleton, Pecos 
Nelson Holt Priddy, Stanton 
Jack Gilbert Rankin, Dallas 
Richard Lee Robinett, Amarillo 
Thomas Edward Rodman, Odessa 
Alfred Louis Ruebel, Dallas 
William Kenny Ryan, Fort Worth 
Frederick Allen Saied, Wellington 
Charlie Eugene Sanders, 

Wichita Falls 

Charles Harvey Schmidt, Amarillo 
John Theodore Schulenberg, 

Akron, Ohio 

George Lindsay Shannon, Amarillo 
Buford Glyn Slay, Jr., Harlingen 
Paul Dale Smith, Midland 
John Clinton Steinberger, Midland 
Wilton Roger Stone, Dallas 
Albert Sidney Tippit, San Benito 
Samuel Joseph Vickers, Jr., 

Fort Worth 

John Andrew Waller, Austin 
Wesley M. Warlen, Jr., Dallas 
William Thomas Wheeler, Jr., 

Fort Worth 

Hugh Darrell Williams, Dallas 
Edwin Reinhold York, Jr., Austin 
James Robert Youngjohn, 

Hammond, Ind. 




Albright, Alexander, Allen, Bennett, 
Billings, Carlton, Chapman. 



Colvin, Cooke, Crowley, Derrick, J. R. 
Dockery, W. D. Dockery, Douglass, 
Durso. 



Eddins, Elicit, Elliott, Fitz-Gerald, 
Floyd, Fugitt, Geron, Gilliam. 



PAGE 258 



FACULTY 

HULON WITHERSPOON BLACK, Director, Development Board 

WILLARD HUGHES BRENTLINGER, Assistant Professor of Psychology 

HOMER VINCENT CRAIG, Professor of Applied Mathematics and Astronomy 

EDWARD EVERETT HALE, Professor of Economics 

JOSEPH LINDSEY HENDERSON, Professor Emeritus of Curriculum and Instruction 

GUS M. HODGES, Professor of Law 

CALEB PERRY PATTERSON, Professor of Government 

JAMES ROBERT ROACH, Assistant Professor of Government 

EDWARD WILLIAM SMITH, Assistant Director, Development Board 

OLIVER DOUGLAS WEEKS, Professor of Government 

MARION KENNETH WOODWARD, Professor of Law 



Fall 

WILBVR EDMOND NOTESTJNE 
WILLIAM THOMAS WHEELER, JR. 
ROBERT FONDA GRIBBLE 
CHARLES EUGENE SANDERS 



OFFICERS 

. G. P. . 
. V. G. P 
. A. G. . 
B.C. 



PLEDGES 



Spring 

HUGH DARRELL WILLIAMS 
WILLIAM MONROE KERR 
ROBERT FONDA GRIBBLE 
Locis ROBERT EDDINS, JR. 




ry x^ \ i 

2*ti 



Jimmy Lon Albright, Amarillo 
Raymond Ayers Bennett, Amarillo 
Robert M. Browning, Austin 
William Peyton Cooke, Amarillo 
William Aaron Cunningham, Jr., Austin 
Frederick Leon Doche, Amarillo 
John Patrick Douglass, Midland 
Robert Leonard Ellett, Austin 
Robert Charles Floyd, Midland 
Jean Geron, Dallas 
William John Gerron, Brady 
John Burns Henderson, Jr., Cameron 
James Myron Holcomb, Crane 
William Davis Ingram, Lubbock 
Leonard Philip Laws, Jr., Houston 
Benis Glen Lee, Corpus Christi 
Jack Edward Little, Amarillo 
Maury Lloyd, Austin 




John Weir Notestine, Amarillo 
Donald Howard Oheim, Amarillo 
Roane Harwood Puett, Midland 
Howard Newton Richards, San Angelo 
Alvin Dale Richerson, Pampa 
Richard Dugan Ricketts, Austin 
Sterling Clark Robertson, Jr., Salado 
Joe William Rogers, Fort Worth 
Elic Garland Sanders, Jr., Amarillo 
Jack Edgar Shriver, Austin 
Stanley S. Studer, Austin 
Richard Joseph Thomson, Houston 
Billy Newton Walker, Cleveland 
Julien Devereaux Weeks, Austin 
Theodore Phelps White, 

Roswell, N. Mex. 
Sammy Love Wilson, Amarillo 



Top Row: Hampton, Henderson, Holloway, 
Ingram. 

Second Row: Juvenal, Kerr, Lee, Little. 
Third Row: Livingston, Love, Mcllyar, Mc- 
Laurin. 

Fourth Row: Neely, J. W. Notestine, Oheim, 
Overton. 

Fifth Row: Pendleton, Priddy, Rankin, 

Richards. 
Sixth Row: Ricketts, Robertson, Robinett, 

Saied. 

Seventh Row: Ruebel, E. G. Sanders, Schmidt, 
Shannon. 

Eighth Row: Smith, Stcinberaer, Weeks, 
Wheeler. 

Ninth Row: White, Williams, Wilson, 
Youngjohn. 



PACK 259 




PHI KAPPA SIGMA 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1941 

46 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1850 



MEMBERS 



Fred F. Abbey, Beaumont 

Marshall Patton Anderson, Jr., 
Houston 

Douglas William Argue, Bellaire 

William Donald Armstrong, 
Lubbock 

William Pannill Aycock, Fort Worth 
Thomas Robert Berry, Huntsville 
Herbert Lionel Blomquist, Austin 
James Edward Brill, Houston 
Ronald L. Boucaier, Post 
Anthony Gerard Brocato, Beaumont 
Thomas Cater Brown, San Antonio 
Bill Barry Bullen, Houston 

James Meredith Buzbee, 
Mineral Wells 

Jerald Dion Copeland, Austin 
Tom E. Davies, Houston 
John Powers Dickens, Marlin 
Robert W. B. Dickerson, Houston 
Donald Earl Fletcher, Amarillo 
Robert Odell Franklin, McKinney 
Edward Everett Frost, Beaumont 
E. Jay Hall, Houston 
Bruce C. Hallmark, Dalhart 
Neal A. Hawthorne, Carthage 



Carl F. Hereford, Austin 
John Lee Hubby, Austin 
C. C.Huffines, Richardson 
Frank L. Hufsmith, Palestine 
J. L. Jackson, Austin 
Charles Newton Lunsford, Center 
Hugh Tonnehill Matthews, Austin 
John Carroll Miller, Houston 

Goodridge Venable Morton Minton, 
Fort Worth 

William Fred Moeller, San Marcos 
Robert Vaughn Moise, Houston 

William Henry Oeffinger, 
San Antonio 

Warren Young Pennington, 
Woodville 

William Drew Perkins, Huntsville 
John Robert Pickett, Kenedy 
Ras Redwine, Austin 
Joe Dick Rubesch, Houston 
Charles E. Smith, Houston 
Charles Frederic Stahl, Dallas 
Jack Clifford Stillinger, Houston 
Van Ness Tanner, Hollywood, Fla. 
Robert Yeates Wheeler, Tilden 
Martin Alexander Wiginton, Austin 



f^. O 







Argue, Armstrong, Barry, Berry, Brill. 



Brocato, Cobb, Collum, Copeland, 
Davies. 



Dickens, Dickerson, Falcon, Fletcher, 
Hall. 



I'M, i - 



FACULTY 

STANLEY A. ARBINGAST, Associate Professor of Resources 
LLOYD LORING CLICK, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 
ROBERT CRAWFORD COTNER, Assistant Professor of History 
DR. JOHN A. CROCKETT, Physician, Student Health Center 
COLLIER READ CRANBERRY, Assistant to the Chancellor 
CALVIN CLEAVE NOLEN, Director, Texas Union 
ARNO NOWOTNY, Dean of Student Life 



Fall 

ROBERT VAUGHN MOISE 
DOUGLAS WILLIAM ARGUE 
THOMAS ROBERT BERRY 
NEAL A. HAWTHORNE 
J. L. JACKSON 



OFFICERS 

Spring 

Alpha . BRUCE C. HALLMARK 
Beta . JOE DICK RUBESCH 
Sigma . GOODRIDGE VENABLE MORTON MINTON 
Tau . M. P. ANDERSON, JR. 
Pi . JAY HALL 



PLEDGES 



Ivan D. Barry, Beaumont 
Jerry W. Boriack, Bellville 
Jan Maurice Cobb, Beaumont 
James H. Collum, Tyler 
Claude Edgar Dobard, Dallas 
Raymond Marvin Falcon, Fort Worth 
Jack Maynard Finley, Carthage 
Joseph Roland Fulton, Luling 
J. E. Hurt Garrett, Jr., Houston 
John Cleveland Herndon, Jr., Houston 
Rex Hodges, Austin 
Glenn Curtiss Hunt, Jr., San Antonio 



Stewart Calvin Johnson, Dalhart 
Clarence Joseph LeBlanc, Beaumont 
Edward Chester Mainous, Houston 
Bradley Miles, San Angelo 
Russell W. McMurry, Austin 
Louis Richard Nicholson, San Benito 
Lester Barry Palmer, Austin 
Bennet James Roberts, Houston 
Wellington O. Rothwell, Dallas 
Carol Stoner Vance, Houston 
Damon Windsor Walton, Tyler 
G. Terry Ward, Austin 





Top Row: Herndon, Hunt, Jackson. 
Second Row: Johnson, Lunsford, McMurry. 
Third Row: Miles, Minton, Moise. 
Fourth Row: Roberts, Rubesch, Smith. 
Fifth Row: Tanner, Vance. 
Sixth Row: Walton, Ward. 



;> '..'til 



PHI KAPPA TAU 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1943 

67 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1906 



MEMBERS 

John William Andenon, Austin 

Donald Eugene Bartos, Waco 

Franklin D. Bollman, Clarksville 

James Victor Boyd, El Paso 

Kent Ira Broyhill, Dallas 

Phillip Kirk Chatman, Dallas 

Gerald Edmond DeVore, El Paso 

J. Donald Duncan, Coleman 

John Edmond Eliason, Zion, 111. 

Anthony Carlyle Fryar, Paris 

Ernest Jack Funk, El Paso 

Dudley Durward Hale, Jr., Washington, D. C. 

James K. Jaynes, Lodi 

George A. Leonard, Big Spring 

Jim D. Lovett, Clarksville 

Francis James Maloney, Jr.,Worchester, Mass. 

Harry Anthony Nass, San Antonio 

Pat Guyse Noel, Galveston 

George Philip Sarrafian,Dallas 

David Leland Swain, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Victor Roy Williams, El Paso 




Adam, Anderson, Bartos, Bender, 
Bollman. 



Boyd, Cahoon, Carvajal, Castello, 
Chatman. 



Cricchio, De Vore, Doke, Duncan, 
Eliason. 



PAGE 262 



FACULTY 

GARLAND HAMPTON CANNON, JR., Teaching fellow in English 
ROY R. KREZDORN, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 



Fall 

KENT IRA BROYHILL 
JOHN WILLIAM ANDERSON 
VICTOR ROY WILLIAMS 
JAMES K. JAYNES 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Spring 

KENT IRA BROYHILL 
JOHN WILLIAM ANDERSON 
VICTOR ROY WILLIAMS 
JAMES K. JAYNES 



PLEDGES 

Wayne Mott Adam, Houston 

Robert Byron Beck, Anson 

Frank Ludwig Bender, Jr., Houston 

John Edward Gaboon, Jr., Houston 

Richard Deane Carvajal, Dallas 

Alfred Richard Castello, Houston 

Frank Edward Cricchio, Port Arthur 

Gerald Pirot Doke, Dallas 

Homer Godsey Ellis, Paris 

Williams Harries Fisher, Jr., Melbourne, Fla. 

Michael Thomas Malanaphy, Houston 

Edward T. Martin, Dickinson 

Millis A. Miller, San Antonio 

Bennett Stokes, Corsicana 





Top Row: Ellis, Fryar, Funk. 
Second Row: Hale, Jaynes, Leonard. 
Third Row: Lovett, Malanaphy, Martin. 
Fourth Row: Maloney, Miller, Nass. 
Fifth Row: Noel, Sarrafian. 
Sixth Row: Swain, Williams. 



PMI _., ; 



PHI SIGMA DELTA 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1920 

26 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1909 



MEMBERS 

Jerry Edwin Battlestein, Houston 

Allen Jack Becker, Houston 

Robert Louis Blumenthal, Houston 

Larry Weiss Buck, Houston 

Elliot Zalman Cohen, Houston 

Malcolm Hugh Cohen, San Antonio 

Harold Marvin Eisen, Beaumont 

Earl Jay Engle, Austin 

Jack Friedlander, Houston 

Robert Ivan Hauser, Houston 

Ronald Joseph Hauser, Houston 

Donald Charles Horvitz, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

James Harlan Kaplan, Sioux City, Iowa 

Marvin Kaplan, Houston 

Leonard Karotkin, Jr., Austin 

Julian Potash Kornfeld, Lubbock 

John Carl Landa, Houston 

Paul Robert Markey, San Antonio 

Milton Alan Mendlovitz, Seguin 

Gerald Monroe Rafshoon, Austin 

Donald Rosenfeld, Houston 

Larry Melvin Rosmarin, Houston 

Clifford Jay Shapiro, Houston 

Maxel Berton Silverberg, Corsicana 

David Sterling Silvers, Houston 

Adolph Bertram Hirst Simon, Austin 

Charles Lee Streusand, Houston 

William Stuart Tarnapol, Houston 

Richard Alan Wells, Galveston 

Harry Aaron Zuber, Houston 

Harold Isadore Zweig, San Antonio 



PAGE 264 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

ADOLPH B. H. SIMON President 

LEONARD KAROTKIN, JR. V ice-President 
JOHN CARL LANDA 
MARVIN KAPLAN . 
ELLIOT ZALMAN COHEN 



Spring 

MILTON ALAN MENDLOVITZ 
ELLIOT ZALMAN COHEN 

Recording Secretary GERALD MONROE RAFSHOON 
Corresponding Secretary DONALD ROSENFIELD 
Treasurer . . . JULIAN POTASH KORNFELD 



PLEDGES 

Morrie Kaplan Abramson, Houston 

Joel Stanley Brand, Houston 

Joel Brochstein, Houston 

Seymon Stanley Deutsch, Laredo 

Ira Jules Dolich, Victoria 

Arthur Harry Friedman, Denver, Colo. 

Ronald Gene Gerson, Houston 

Seinwil Louis Greenberg, Beaumont 

Marvin Byron Kaminsky, Houston 

Max Stanley Levit, Houston 

Harvey Allen Ludwig, Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Malcolm Lowell Mazow, Houston 

Neil Newton Nathan, Galveston 

Arnold Irwin Prensky, Houston 

Stanley Alan Sherman, Sioux City, Iowa 

Daniel Neil Silverman, Houston 

Jon David Totz, Gonzales 





Top Row: Buck, Cohen, Eisen. 

Second Row: Greenberg, Kornfcld, Karotkin. 

Third Row: Landa, Levit, Nathan. 

Fourth Row: Rosmarin, Rafshoon, Shapiro. 

Fifth Row: Sherman, Silvers, Totz. 

Sixth Row: Zuber, Zweig. 



PAGE 265 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA 



MEMBERS 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1947 

65 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1873 



James R. Burch, Bellaire 

John Walter Cole, Jr., Brownsville 

Wayne Edward Cox, Houston 

John Robert Cromack, Austin 

James Coleman Day, Jr., Brookshire 

Bryant A. Ficken, Corpus Christi 

John Reyburn Gaines, Jr., Austin 

Don Penn Harris, Austin 

James Robert Harris, Coleman 

James H. Hingst, San Antonio 

Jack T. Ingram, Denison 

Kenneth Howard Kemp, Corpus Christi 

Louis Patrick Manganiello, Houston 

William Card Meredith, Brownsville 

William Richard Potter, Austin 

F. Howard Singleton, Corpus Christi 

Tom Day Smith, Winters 

Daniel H. Spoor, Houston 

David Hildreth Thomas, Austin 

Robert Allen Walker, Brownsville 

Kyle Edward Wilson, Alvin 

Frank Taylor Wyatt, Austin 




R. B. Akin, C. P. Akin, Blue, Burch, 
Cole. 



Cox, Cromack, Day, Easton, Ficken. 



Geyer, Gaines, Halden, D. P. Harris, 
Hingst, Ingram. 



PAGE 266 



FACULTY 

FREDERICK JOSEPH ADAMS, Professor of Educational Psychology 

FRANKLIN LANIER COX, Professor of Business Law 

BOVER GONZALES, JR., Associate Professor of Art 

HURBERT ALDINE BRANDERBURG, Teaching Fellow in Romance Languages 



Fall 

WAYNE Cox . . . . 
DANIEL H. SPOOR 
DAVID HILDRETH THOMAS 
JAMES H. HINGST 



OFFICERS 

President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



PLEDGES 

Charles Philip Akin, Austin 
Robert Barnett Akin, Austin 
Charles Larry Bell, Houston 
Donald Ray Blue, Brownsville 
Robert Stanley Caton, Houston 
Thomas Lee Dahl, Houston 
Roy Danford, Corpus Christi 
Chris B. Easton, Austin 
Walter Louis Geyer, San Antonio 
Leon Gilbert Halden, Jr., Houston 
Don Lee Isenberg, Humble 
Helmut Loth, San Antonio 
Gene Nichols, Austin 
Robert Louis Otto, Corpus Christi 
R. Stanley Poole, Austin 
Joe Walter Stevens, Boerne 
David L. Tanner, Austin 
Robert James Wren, Corpus Christi 



Spring 

ROBERT ALLEN WALKER 
WILLIAM G. MEREDITH 
TOM D. SMITH 
JAMES H. HINGST 





Top Row: Isenberg, Kemp, Loth. 

Second Row: Manganiello, Meredith, Nichols. 

Third Row: Otto, Poole, Potter. 

Fourth Row: Singleton, Smith, Spoor. 

Fifth Row: Stevens, Tanner, Thomas. 

Sixth Row: Walker, Wren, Wyatt. 



PACE 267 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1920 

105 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1868 



MEMBERS 

George Robert Adams, Alice 
Andy Boyd Anderson, Houston 
Sidney Johnson Buell, Austin 
Thomas Henry Cheavens, Dallas 
Robert King Cornell, San Antonio 
Horace Leon Dodson, Jr., Dallas 
Johnnie J. Dudgeon, San Antonio 
Robert Charles Duke, Austin 
Curt Moritz Faber, Jr., Houston 
John Thatcher Frazer, Longview 
Frank Atwood Gibson, Austin 
Aubrey Elton Guthrie, Floydada 
Robert Leonard Hankal, Weslaco 
Jacques Sylvie Heyrman, New York, N. Y. 
Herbert Wheeler Hill, San Antonio 
Warren Joseph Jindrich, San Antonio 
Frank Erwin Kendrick, Jr., Dallas 
Marvin Earl King, Houston 
Morris Jerome Lann, Austin 
Byron Morris McKnight, Lubbock 
John Lee McMillen, Amarillo 
George Ellis Norwood, Amarillo 
Paul Wesley Pigue, Jr., Houston 
Raymond Franklin Rabke, Jr., Dallas 
James LeGrande Read, Jr., Houston 
Patrick Hardy Reagan, Big Spring 
John Preston Ritchie, Mineral Wells 
Ray Drayton Robertson, Taylor 
Edward Earl Scheig, San Antonio 
Melbert Dowlen Schwarz, Dallas 
Samuel Fleming Singleton, Jr., O'Donnell 
Leonard Thomas Smith, Harlingen 
Leroy William Taylor, Jr., Houston 
Vernon Marshall Taylor, Cherokee 
Marion Brown Tomme, Jr., Fort Worth 
Horace Lee Walters, Houston 
Jerit Neal Wohlford, San Angelo 




Adams, Adkins, Anderson, Bates 
Bechtel, Bennett, Buell. 



Campbell, Carruth, Collins, Cornell. 
Dudgeon, Edwards, Faber, Frazer. 



Freeman, Gibson, Glazbrook, Gray, 
Greer, Guthrie, Hankal, Heyrman. 

PACE 268 



c< 



FACULTY 

L. THEODORE BELLMONT, Professor and Director Emeritus oj Physical Training for Men 
GEORGE WALTER HOFFMAN, Assistant Professor of Geography 



Fall 

MARION BROWN TOMME, JR. . 
SIDNEY JOHNSON BUELL . 
GEORGE ROBERT ADAMS . 
JOHN LEE McMiLLEN 



OFFICERS 

. S.M.C. 
. I.M.C. 

. s.c. . 

Th.C. 



Spring 

MARVIN EARL KING 
HERBERT WHEELER HILL 
JERIT NEAL WOHLFORD 
ROBERT KING CORNELL 



PLEDGES 

Allan Britt Adkins, Amarillo 
John Thomas Bates, Dallas 
Robert Warren Bechtel, Amarillo 
Blair Osmond Bennett, Stamford, Conn. 
William Rex Campbell, Pampa 
Lloyd Brent Carruth, Pampa 
Frank Clayton, El Paso 
James Hubert Collins, Amarillo 
Matthew William Cook II, Houston 
Tom Rogers Edwards, Knox City 
Alvin Lee Freeman, San Antonio 
Howard Glazbrook, III, Alice 
Edward Davis Gray, O'Donnell 
Tames Francis Greer, Waco 
Robert Earl Hall, Dallas 
Tom Williamson Hibbert, Houston 
William James Hill, Houston 
Howard Smith Johnson, Austin 
David James Kirkley, Texarkana 
Arnold Earl Luetge, Houston 
Ross Lee Meyer, Dallas 
Charles Rice Morgan, Plainview 
Jerry Lee Peterson, Eagle Lake 
Donald Jay Pichinson, Austin 
Charles Austin Primer, Austin 
Raymond Wade Pritchett, Dallas 
Kerny A. Rivette, Beaumont 
James Shaver Rhone, Crockett 
John Bennett Singleton, Jr., Houston 
Lary Wayne Smith, Austin 
John Birdwell Stephens, Austin 
Jerre Edwin Sykes, San Angelo 
Timmy Templin, College Station 
Robert Kennedy Terrill, San Antonio 
Terry Mac Tirado, Austin 
James Wade Warren, Houston 
Edgar Charles Watkins, San Antonio 
George Andrew Zivley, Austin 




Top Row: Hibbert, H. W. Hill, W. J. Hill, 
Jindrich. 

Second Row: Johnson, Kendrick, King, Kirkley. 

Third Row: Lann, Luetge, McKnight, Mc- 
Millen. 

Fourth Row: Norwood, Peterson, Pichinson, 
Primer. 

Fifth Row: Pritchett, Rabke, Reagan, Read. 
Sixth Row: Rhone, Scheig, Schwarz, Singleton. 

Seventh Row: L. W. Smith, L. T. Smith, 
Stephens, Sykes. 

Eighth Row: V. M. Taylor, L. W. Taylor, Ter- 
rill, Tirado. 

Ninth Row: Tomme, Walters, Wohlford, Zivley. 




PAOE 269 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1884 

131 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1856 



James Marshall Adkins, Chicago, 111. 
Eugene Leroy Ames, Jr., San Antonio 
James Carl Anderson, Oakland, Nebr. 
Robert Arthur Anderson, Oakland, Nebr. 
Milton England Black, Houston 
Asa Van Bland, Midland 
Alvin Lee Borchardt, Vernon 
Robert Gordon Brelsford, Tyler 
Robert C. Carsey, Jr., Houston 
James Milton Cavender, San Antonio 
William Whitfield Chapman, 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Bartlett Cocke, III, San Antonio 
Elbert Joseph Coffman, Fort Worth 
Daniel Lane Collie, Dallas 
George H. Colvin, Fort Worth 
Earl Edwin Cortes, Houston 
Robert D. Doty, Houston 
Harry Lee Douty, Memphis, Tenn. 
Eugene Edge, III, Bryan 
S. Finley Ewing, San Antonio 
George Edgar Fischer, San Antonio 
William F. Franklin, Amarillo 
Curtis Joseph Gilmore, Lakewood, Colo. 
Marquis Reed Gilmore, Midland 
Willis Henderson Gilmore, Jr., Midland 
Paul M. Green, San Antonio 
Raymond F. Griffin, Valparaiso, Ind. 
Eugene Burr Guthrie, III, Austin 
Douglas Hart, San Antonio 
Thomas Maxey Hart, Jr., San Antonio 
John Henderson, Lufkin 
Joseph Madison Herlocker, Greenville 
Robert Hildrey Hoy, Jr., El Paso 
Terry R. James, Dallas 
Jack Guy Jones, Houston 




James Pat Jones, Houston 
Larry Lacy, Dallas 
Andrew Jackson Lewis, San Antonio 
Franklin Clay McGaughy, San Antonio 
William Gordon McGee, Austin 
Peppy Jack McKinney, El Paso 
William John Meyer, Jr., Bancroft, Nebr. 
George H. Millard, Jr., Henderson 
Charles Lewis Million, Wichita Falls 
Morgan Head Mitchell, Greenville, S. C. 
Nicholas Pendleton Mitchell, III, 

Greenville, S. C. 
Randy Grady Moore, Omaha 
Charles Sydnor Oden, Houston 
Robert Lee Oliver, San Antonio 
William Neff Patman, Texarkana 
Marshall Bookman Peters, Bryan 
James Heath Rawles, Dallas 
Warren Alonzo Rees, Center Point 
Jack Francis Ritter, Jr., Austin 
John H. Roberts, Dallas 
John Malcolm Robertson, Dallas 
William Blair Scott, Houston 
John Harrison Scale, Bellville 
Robert Henry Scale, II, Bryan 
Cecil Grey Sellers, Memphis, Tenn. 
Craig Barrow Simmons, Memphis, Tenn. 
Duke Edward Squibb, Austin 
John Donald Squibb, Jr., Austin 
John Francis Sullivan, Houston 
Robert Powell Thomas, III, San Antonio 
Roger Lee Tolar, San Antonio 
Joe Dudgeon Walker, Jr., Houston 
Kimball S. Watson, Amarillo 
James Parks Wesson, Memphis 



Adkins, Ames, Baldridge, D. Black, 
Bland, Borchardt, Brelsford. 



Carsey, Cavender, Chapman, Mrs. T. 
L. Collier, Colvin, Cortes, Davant. 



DeWalch, Doty, Douty, Ewing, Felder, 
Fischer, C. J. Gilmore, M. R. Gil- 



PAOE 270 



FACULTY 

HARRELL E. LEE, Associate Professor of Journalism 

JOHN WOOLFORD McFARLAND, Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction 
EVERETT GRANT SMITH, Professor of Marketing 
JERRE STOCKTON WILLIAMS, Professor of Law 
DUDLEY K. WOODWARD, JR., Chairman, Board of Regents 



Fall 

DANIEL LANE COLLIE 
JOHN HARRISON SEALE 

WILLIS HENDERSON GILMORE 
ROGER LEE TOLAR 



OFFICERS 

Eminent Archon 
Eminent Deputy 

Archon 
Eminent 

Recorder 
Eminent 

Treasurer 



Spring 

JOHN HARRISON SEALE 
WILLIS HENDERSON GILMORE 

EARL EDWIN CORTES 
JOHN FRANCIS SULLIVAN 



PLEDGES 

Robert Luther Abbott, Decatur, 111. 

James Warren Baldridge, Pampa 

Dan Preston Black, Midland 

Newman Earl Boxwell, Amarillo 

Don P. DeWalch, Houston 

Robert Davant, Shreveport, La. 

William Davis Felder, Dallas 

David Walden Greenlee, Temple 

Thomas Lynch Hail, Houston 

Jim Wilson Harman, Arp 

Marshall Allen Harrell, San Antonio 

Harris McDonald Kimbrough, Amarillo 

Abbe Alzu Ledbetter, Jr., Houston 

Harry Buford Macey, Jr., Temple 

Charles Albert Pace, Jr., Houston 

Richard Menefee Peacock, San Antonio 

Thomas Edison Pullman, San Angelo 

Gordon Phil Roberts, Tyler 

Thomas W. Rowan, Karnes City 

Dick White Thompson, Jr., Memphis, Tenn. 

Ronald Eugene Tynes, Houston 

Tom Heard Wharton, Jr., Houston 




Top Row: W. Gilmore, Griffin, Guthrie, Hail. 

Second Row: Harrell, D. Hart, T. Hart, Her- 
locker. 

Third Row: Hoy, Kimbrough, Lacy, Ledbetter. 

Fourth Row: Macey, M. Mitchell, N. Mitchell, 
Moore. 

Fifth Row: Oliver, Patman, Peacock, Peters. 
Sixth Row: Pullman, Rawles, Ritter, J. Roberts. 

Seventh Row: G. P. Roberts, Rowan, Scott, J. 
Scale. 

Eighth Row: Simmons, D. Squibb, J. Squibb, 
Sullivan. 

Ninth Row: Thomas, Tolar, Watson, Wharton. 




PACE 271 



SIGMA ALPHA MU 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1922 

45 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1909 



Sheldon Anisman, Memphis 

Joe David Antweil, Fort Worth 

Jerome Alan Bader, Clayton, Mo. 

Martin David Balk, Tyler 

Arnold Melvin Barban, San Antonio 

Jerry Ronald Barshop, Dallas 

Heinz Berger, Austin 

Samuel R. Bergman, Wichita, Kan. 

Leonard Wolfe Berman, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Stewart Alan Bennett, Dallas 
Edmund M. Borschow, El Paso 
Selig H. Carr, San Antonio 
Stanley Ray Chodorow, Waco 
Charley B. Feldman, Harlingen 
Hubert Shelton Finklestein, Pampa 
Lewis Samuel Frapart, Tyler 
Alfred Lawrence Friedlander, Tyler 
Morton Allen Glazer, Fort Worth 
Lary Elton Golman, Dallas 
Barry Howard Goodfriend, 

Corpus Christi 
Harold Goodman, Dallas 
Samuel Hoffman, Dallas 
Joseph Ronald Horowitz, 

Jackson, Miss. 
Julian V. Horwitz, El Paso 
Howard Jacobs, Austin 
Jerry Janger, Oklahoma City, Olka. 
Eugene S. Katz, Tyler 
Harris Lee Keller, Baytown 
Robert M. Keller, El Paso 
Harold Fred Kleinman, McCamey 



Sherman Allen Kusin, Texarkana 
Howard William Marker, Tyler 
Morty Matusoff, Dayton, Ohio 
Walter H. Mensch, Dallas 
Aaron Saul Pearlman, Houston 
Martin Perlman, Houston 
Mark H. Rakoover, Fort Worth 
Donald I. Reifler, St. Louis, Mo. 
Jack Rich, Houston 
Richard Julian Rosen, El Paso 
Stanley David Rosenberg, 

San Antonio 
David Ochs Rubenstein, 

Shreveport, La. 
Harry S. Rudelson, Amarillo 
Stanley Bryon Saikin, Artesia, N. M. 
Robert Eugene Schwartz, Houston 
Marvin Erwin Shapiro, Terrell 
Gerald Paul Silber, San Antonio 
Richard J. Simon, Jr., Fort Worth 
Bernard Frank Skibell, Lubbock 
Carl Albert Skibell, Dallas 
Sanford Eugene Smith, Houston 
Charles E. Sugerman, San Antonio 
Marvin Daniel Tobias, Dallas 
Harris Jacob Weingarten, Houston 
Jerome Stanley Wilkenfeld, Houston 
Walter Williams, Tyler 
Robert B. Zax, Houston 
Harold M. Zimmerman, 

Antlers, Okla. 
Gerald Bernard Zodin, Big Spring 




Alterman, Anisman, Antweil, Balk, 
Barban. 



Barshop, Borschow, Chodorow, Efron, 
Feldman. 



Finkclstein, Frapart, Glazer, Golman. 
Goodfriend. 



PAGE 272 



FACULTY 

AARON SCHAEFFER, Professor of Romance Languages 
ALAN SCOTT, Associate Professor of Journalism 



Fall 

CHARLES F. SUGERMAN 
LARRY ELTON GOLMAN 
DAVID OCHS RUBENSTEIN 



OFFICERS 

Prior . 
Recorder . 
Exchequer . 



Spring 

CHARLES F. SUGERMAN 
LARRY ELTON GOLMAN 
DAVID OCHS RUBENSTEIN 



PLEDGES 

William Alterman, San Antonio 

Bernie Gurston Brown, Little Rock, Ark. 

Jack Aaron Efron, San Antonio 

Bertram Myron Flagel, Dayton, Ohio 

Alvin Martin Frieden, Austin 

Jay Frederick Friedman, Fort Smith, Ark. 

Irving Lester Katz, El Paso 

Jack Lowell Lapin, Houston 

Howard Gerald Nathan, El Paso 

Kenneth Parker, Austin 

Morris Bernard Penner, San Antonio 

Jay Harry Perry, Tulsa, Okla. 

Morty Samuel Ravkind, Dallas 

Paul Louis Salzberger, Dallas 

Robert Anton Siegel, San Antonio 

Sander Wolff Shapiro, Houston 

Albert N. Sikora, Corpus Christi 

Jerry Waisman, Brownwood 

Maury Foster Wolfson, Corpus Christi 





Top Row: Horwitz, Katz, R. M. Keller. 
Second Row: Kusin, Lapin, Mensch. 
Third Row: Nathan, Pearlman, Penner. 
Fourth Row: Rosen, Rubenstein, Salzberger. 
Fifth Row: Sikora, Simon, Tobias. 
Sixth Row: Waisman, Wilkenfeld, Wolfson. 
Seventh Row: Zax, Zodin. 

PAGE 273 



SIGMA CHI 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1884 

120 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1855 



Edwin Hearst Blackwell, Dallas 
Sloan Blackmon Blair, Fort Worth 
Jerome Templeton Brite, Pleasanton 
Charles William Brown, Temple 
David Gregg Browning, Jr., Dallas 
Howard Elridge Brunson, Baytown 
Elliott Aiken Chamberlain, Austin 
Johnson Camden Chancellor, Midland 
Carleton Thomas Clowe, Jr., Dallas 
Gordon A. Craig, Houston 
Robert Eugene Cuthrell, Austin 
Ralph Howard Daugherty, Jr., Rankin 
Robert Lee Donaldson, Austin 
Joe Britt Ehresman, San Antonio 
George Washington Elliott, III, Austin 
William Douglas Fairchild, San Antonio 
Joe Davis Foster, Center 
Albert Reeves Gallatin, San Antonio 
Karl Malcolm Gibbon, Harlingen 
Robert Norvell Graham, Del Rio 
Grover C. Halliburton, Orange 
Fred Wild Hansen, Borger 
William Robert Hoge, Jr., Dallas 
Robert James Huffman, Dallas 
Tommy Hayes Jackson, Baton Rouge, La. 
Stephen Allen Kemble, Orange 
Clark Ingram Kleinschmidt, El Paso 
Shelton Eugene Leslie, Dallas 
William Blair McCarter, Houston 
James Robert McDermott, Sonora 
John Scott McDonald, Pipe Creek 
Wallace Edward McGee, San Antonio 
Thomas Reynolds Metcalfe, Odessa 
James Smith Miles, Taylor 




John Hunter Miles, Taylor 
Jerrell Frank Moffitt, Dallas 
Robert Miguel Moreman, Beaumont 
Walter Thomas Nelson, Kilgore 
Monroe Northrop, Houston 
James William Owens, Tulsa, Okla. 
Donald Gene Perwein, 

Sherman Oaks, Calif. 
Don Warren Powers, Abilene 
George Peyton Prewitt, Taylor 
George Dewey Reeves, San Antonio 
Robert Lewis Rieger, Baton Rouge, La. 
James Alexander Rickard, Kingsville 
Bryant Pearce Seay, Houston 
George Barnard Sewell, McAllen 
Clough M. Shelton, III, Dallas 
Michael Shirley, Tyler 
Lutcher Blades Simmons, Orange 
Ben Henry Skyles, DCS Moines, Iowa 
Robert Hadley Smith, Austin 
Charles Christopher Springer, III, 

Houston 

Robert Kenneth Steer, Mercedes 
Murray Tarkington, Cuero 
Ben Alan Terry, Corpus Christi 
Charles Ernest Thompson, Edinburg 
Robert Andrew Thompson, San Antonio 
Billy Franklin Vaughn, Lufkin 
Kyle Ward Walden, Beaumont 
William Franklin Weed, Beaumont 
Emory L. White, Jr., El Paso 
Ross Gilbert Wilder, Beaumont 
Nevin Ingram Willard, Corsicana 
William Dewey Wiser, Jr., Piano 



Allen, Bailey, Blackwell, Bonner, Bru- 
senhan, Callaway, Carter, Cham- 
berlain. 



Chancellor, Clowe, Collier, Cromwell, 
Daugherty, Dethloff, Dickey, Dur- 
bin. 



Ehresman, Elliott, Fairchild, Fears, 
Field, Florance, Foster, Gallatin, 
Gibbon. 



Gibson, Guenther, Halbert, Hallibur- 
ton, Hays, Hansen, Hoge, Holliday, 
Holmes. 

PAGE 274 



FACULTY 

ALBERT EVERETT COOPER, Professor of Applied Mathematics and Astronomy 
STANLEY PHISTER FINCH, Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering 
JOSEPH P. GLEASON, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics; Captain, USAF 
HUGH LYON McMATH, Professor of Architecture 



Fall 

DON WARREN POWERS 
STEPHEN ALLEN KEMBLE 
ROBERT LEWIS RIEGER 
JOE DAVIS FOSTER 



OFFICERS 

Consul 
Pro-Consul 
Annotator . 
Quaestor 



Spring 

CLOUGH M. SHELTON, III 
ROBERT EUGENE CUTHRELL 
TOMMY HAYES JACKSON 
JOE DAVIS FOSTER 



PLEDGES 



Thomas Scott Allen, Beaumont 

Herchel Wayne Anderson, Temple 

Malcolm Dee Bailey, Dallas 

L. F. Bonner, Jr., Houston 

Harry H. Brusenhan, San Antonio 

Wesley Monroe Callaway, Beaumont 

Jack Lee Carter, Edinburg 

William John Collier, Houston 

Todd Pettigrew Cromwell, Houston 

Henry Clay Dethloff, Natchitoches, La. 

Billy Melvin Dickey, Palestine 

Jimmy C. Durbin, Kilgore 

John Huey Fears, Beaumont 

Harry Robert Field, Temple 

Robert Glenn Florance, Jr., La Porte 

Sidney Joseph Gibson, Dallas 

Joe Gregorcyk, Beeville 

Jack Egon Guenther, San Antonio 

John Banks Halbert, Monterrey, Mexico 

James Roy Hays, Tyler 

Robert W. Holliday, San Antonio 

Philip H. Holmes, Jr., Baton Rouge, La. 

John Wesley Jarrett, III, Jonesboro, Ark. 

Norval Keith Johnson, Houston 

Stanley Jack Krist, Midland 

William Saunders Mason, Jr., Beaumont 



Joe Toland Maurin, Harlingen 
Alfred Nelson McCarter, Houston 
Bobby Dean McPherson, Pampa 
Robert Francis McRae, Brockton, Mass. 
Charles Paul Mueller, San Antonio 
John Neil Murphy, Harlingen 
Lareid Stephen Oates, Center 
Denis Michael O'Donnell, Harlingen 
Clay Kemper Perkins, Austin 
William Adrian Prewett, San Antonio 
Robert Elliot Pulver, Harlingen 
Billy Quinn, San Antonio 
James Van Richards, Ysleta 
Frederic Dana Sewell, McAllen 
Richard Woods Sharp, Jr., Houston 
Joe Bailey Skeen, Jr., Overton 
Thomas Marion Snow, Terrell 
Edward Wilton Turley, Jr., Beaumont 
Alex Lloyd Vinson, Harlingen 
Walter Blake Wade, Jr., Waco 
Lucien Minor Warner, Houston 
William Lee Warrick, San Angelo 
Earl Weyrick, Abilene 
William Edward White, Houston 
Richard Ewell Wilson, Houston 




Top Row: Huffman, Jackson, Jarrett, Kemble. 

Second Row: Krist, Leslie, Mason, W. S. Mc- 
Carter. 

Third Row: McDermott, McGee, McPherson, 
Moffitt. 



Fourth Row: Mueller, Murphy, Oates, O'Don- 
nell. 



Fifth Row: Owens, Perkins, Powers, Prewett. 
Sixth Row: Pulver, Richards, Rieger, Seay. 

Seventh Row: F. D. Sewell, G. Sewell, Sharp, 
Shelton. 

Eighth Row: Shirley, Skeen, Skylcs, Smith. 

Ninth Row: Springer, Tarkington, Terry, C. A. 
Thompson. 

Tenth Row: R. A. Thompson, Vaughn, Vinson, 
Wade. 

Eleventh Row: Walden, Warner, Weed, W. E. 
White. 

Twelfth Row: Wilder, Willard, Wilson, Wiser. 



PACE 275 




SIGMA NU 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1883 

117 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1869 



MEMBERS 

Lee Edward Alderdice, Austin 
Robert Glenn Andrews, Amarillo 
Floyd Edward Appling, El Campo 
Curtis Bruce Brooks, San Antonio 
Gene Kay Bruce, Houston 
Karl Theodore Butz, Jr., Fort Stockton 
Shelby Henry Carter, Harlingen 
Jim Martin Clark, Pleasanton 
Richard Kay Colbourne, Morocco, Ind. 
William Bernard Cooney, Lufkin 
Forrest Carlton Cranor, San Antonio 
Jeff Davis, Jr., El Dorado, Ark. 
Carr Pritchett Dishroon, Houston 
Blake Vincent Fisher, Houston 
Terrell Glenn Franklin, Beaumont 
Charles Arnold Freezia, Commerce 
James Hammond Funkhouser, Abilene 
Leslie Wiley Giddens, Austin 
Martin Wright Gordon, San Antonio 
Maurice Dolan Gwinner, Austin 
William Hughes Hallman, Olney 
Leo Winton Hampton, San Antonio 
Paul John Herrmann, Jr., El Campo 
Jack Hayden Hollister, Beaumont 
Harry Walter Hugly, Houston 
Tolbert Nat Jones, Tyler 
James Douglas Kallina, Garwood 
James Chris Miller, Dallas 
Kenneth Roy Nichols, Midland 
Edgar Foy Norton, Midland 
William Jackson Rattikin, Fort Worth 
Arthur Bernard Riviere, Houston 
Jerry Hugh Roberts, Beaumont 
James Gus Rome, Mission 
James Edwin Shelly, San Antonio 
William Await Smith, Houston 
William H. Thurman, Fort Worth 
William Walter Trout, Lufkin 
Forrest Nolan Welmaker, Austin 




Appling, Bcxley, Bishop, Brooks, Butz, 
Clark. 



Colbourne, Cooney, Dinkins, Dish- 
roon, Dondlinger, Fisher. 



Franklin, Funkhouser, Giddens, Giles, 
Gwinner, Hallman, Herrmann. 



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FACULTY 

MALCOLM YOUNG COLBY, Professor of Physics 

HENRY GORDON DAMON, Associate Professor of Geology 

GEORGE HOMER FANCHER, Professor of Petroleum Engineering 

ARCHIE N. JONES, Professor of Music Education 

RALPH BURN HAM THOMPSON, Associate Professor of Marketing 



OFFICERS 



Fall 
WILLIAM HUGHES HALLMAN . 

KARL THEODORE BUTZ 
WILLIAM JACKSON RATTIKIN . 
MAURICE DOLAN GWINNER 



Eminent 

Commander 
Lieutenant 

Commander 
Recorder . 



Spring 
WILLIAM HUGHES HALLMAN 



KARL THEODORE BUTZ 
WILLIAM JACKSON RATTIKIN 
Housemanager MAURICE DOLAN GWINNER 



PLEDGES 

James Byron Bexley, Temple 
Albert W. Bishop, Fort Stockton 
John King Brannan, Wichita Falls 
Billy Frank Dinkins, Fort Worth 
William S. Dondlinger, Mission 
Ralph E. Giles, Fort Worth 
Paul L. Harang, Brazoria 
Arthur John Hartel, Liberty 
Walton Donnie Hood, III, San Benito 
Edward Randall Hudson, Fort Worth 
Roger Dall Jones, Houston 
John Kasimatis, Salt Lake City, Utah 
Jerry Martin Mattox, Beaumont 
John S. Myrick, Muenster 
Earl Johnson Nesbitt, Wichita Falls 
William Duane Robinson, Alice 
Legrande Mancel Slaughter, Temple 
George Winston Snider, Borger 
Francis Marion Teas, Houston 
Thomas Van Thompson, Fort Worth 
Percy Thomas Wallace, Beaumont 
Harry Nathan Ward, Fort Worth 
Thomas Newton Wimberly, McAllen 




Top Row: Hollister, Hudson, Hugly. 

Second Row: T. N. Jones, Jr., Kallina, Kasi- 
matis. 

Third Row: Mattox, Miller, Nesbitt. 
Fourth Row: Nichols, Rattikin, Riviere. 
Fifth Row: Roberts, Rome, Shelley. 
Sixth Row: Slaughter, Smith, Snider. 
Seventh Row: Teas, Thompson, Thurman. 
Eighth Row: Wallace, Ward, Wimberly. 




PACE 277 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 




MEMBERS 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1930 

119 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1901 



William Carl Abbey, Dallas 
William Reubin Adams, Jr., Houston 
Gary Milton Alders, Freeport 
Charles Allen Bankston, Port Arthur 
Jack Donald Blanton, Port Arthur 
Hal Egbert Bogardus, Sharon, Conn. 
Joseph Ted Brooks, Mercedes 
Michael Stuart Brunner, Midland 
John Martin Cole, Houston 
Robert Lester Cole, Houston 
John Lacy Crawford, Palacios 
Perry Dupree Davis, Jr., San Antonio 
Gilbert H. Dawson, Douglas, Ariz. 
Granville Mitchell Deane, Jr., 

Houston 

Paul Franklin Dickard, Waco 
Barkley Woodard Dismukes, 

Woodville 
William Owen Doctorman, 

Texarkana 

Venton L. Doughtie, Austin 
Jack Homer Estes, Houston 
Jack Henson Ferguson, Hamilton 
William Knight Foster, Jr., Dallas 
Richard Beaver Gibboney, Austin 
Beverly Brooks Goldsmith, Austin 
Claude Watson Goldsmith, Jr., 

Port Arthur 

Marcus Hale Goldsmith, Austin 
James O. Grice, San Antonio 
Walter Elmo Hale, Houston 
Daryle Albert Hohertz, Big Spring 




Neal B. Houston, Dallas 
Marion Johnson, Austin 
John Theodore Kipp, Corpus Christi 
Robert G. Kipp, Corpus Christi 
Duahe Eugene Landry, Austin 
Claud Pope Lane, Marshall 
Charles Robert Leggott, Amarillo 
JoRior Leslie Lowery, Port Arthur 
Charles Donald Marth, Dallas 
Paul Davis Martino, Irving 
George William McKinney, 

Kerrville 

Charles H. Myers, Dallas 
Edwin Charles Price, Jr., 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Werner G. Rohm, Farmingdale, N. J. 
Bailey Hill Ruff, Dallas 
Fred E. Ryals, Austin 
Randal Steele Shawell, Houston 
Robert Edward Smith, San Antonio 
Gordon Jarrett Snively, Houston 
Carroll Burleson Sumerall, 

San Antonio 

Harvey Newell Summerlin, Del Rio 
Clement Beal Thames, Jr., Hearne 
James Raymond Viramontes, 

Las Cruces, N. Mex. 
Robert Glenn Waggener, Dixon, Ky. 
Larry Clay Willimack, Austin 
Thomas Mathews Wise, Houston 
Frank Elmer Wolf, Dallas 



Abbey, Adams, Alders, Allen, Bank- 
ston, W. M. Bell, Blanton, Bogardus. 



Brooks, Brunner, Burleson, Cluck, J. 
M. Cole, R. L. Cole, Craft, Craw- 
ford. 



M. W. Davis, P. D. Davis, Deane, 
Dismukes, Doctorman, Doughtie, 
Ellender, Estes, Ferguson. 



Foster, Gaffney, Gibboney, B. B. Gold- 
smith, C. W. Goldsmith, M. H. 
Goldsmith, Grice, Griest, Grimes. 

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Fa// 

ROBERT G. KIPP 
BAILEY HILL RUFF . 
JACK DONALD BLANTON . 
JACK HENSON FERGUSON 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Comptroller . 



Spring 

CHARLES ALLEN BANKSTON 
DARYLE ALBERT HOHERTZ 
MICHAEL STUART BRUNNER 
ROBERT G. KIPP 



PLEDGES 

Ronald Manaud Allen, Dallas 

Roland Alex Amuny, Port Arthur 

Arthur Baker Bell, Kerrville 

Wayne Marion Bell, Midland 

Charles Henry Burleson, Austin 

Chester Albert Cluck, Big Spring 

Herbert M. Craft, Dallas 

Minor Wallace Davis, Jr., Texarkana 

Thomas Joseph Ellender, Port Arthur 

James Joseph Gaffney, Dallas 

Wilbur Herbert Griest, Jr., Pasadena, Calif. 

Keith Russell Grimes, Austin 

Pete D. Henderson, Longview 

Robert Richard Ingerton, El Paso 

Clyde Taylor Johnson, Dallas 

Gerald Elvin Johnson, Nocona 

Clovis Alfred Keeling, Overton 

Vernon John Klippi, Dallas 

John Michael McCanlies, Jordanton 

Ivan J. Mannering, Jr., Carrizo Springs 

Gary Gene Martin, Austin 

Ned B. Morris, Houston 

Clovis Clyde Morrisson, Port Arthur 

Paul William Nodyke, Bay City 

Dee S. Osborne, Amarillo 

Robert Lynn Robinson, Dallas 

Tim T. Robinson, Houston 

John M. Rogstad, George West 

John W. Ruddock, Kahului, Maui 

Billy D. Sapaugh, Sulphur Springs 

Charles Thomas Sikes. Austin 

Tresavant Gill Speer, Houston 

Samuel Cicero Tisdale, Jr., Port Lavaca 

Thomas L. Vannaman, Midland 

David Gary Williams, Tyler 

Daniel Ross Young, Austin 




Top Row: Hale, Henderson, Hohertz, Ingerton. 
Second Row: C. T. Johnson, G. E. Johnson, 
M. Johnson, Keeling. 

Third Row: J. T. Kipp, R. G. Kipp, Klippi, 
Landry. 

Fourth Row: Lane, Leggott, Lowery, Man- 
nering. 

Fifth Row: Marth, Martin, Martino, Mc- 
Canlies. 

Sixth Row: McKinney, Morris, Morrisson, 
Nordyke. 

Seventh Row: Osborne, Robinson, Robison, 
Rohm. 

Eighth Row: Ruddock, Ruff, Ryals, Sapaugh. 

Ninth Row: Shawell, Sikes, Smith, Snivley. 

Tenth Row: Speer, Summerlin, Thomas, Tis- 
dale. 

Eleventh Row: Waggener, Williams, Willimack, 
Wise. 

Twelfth Row: Wolf, Vannaman, Viramontes, 
Young. 




TAU DELTA PHI 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1926 

25 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1910 



MEMBERS 

Larry Bernstein, Baytown 

Benjamin Harris Biderman, Grand Prairie 

Ephraim Lester Block, Laredo 

Morton S. Carson, Houston 

Meyer Chaskin, Houston 

Joseph Chasnoff, Houston 

Isaac Epstein, Laredo 

Jerry Fair, Dallas 

Moses Hafkin Goldberg, Laredo 

Eugene Golden, Velasco 

Leslie Lohr Greenfield, Houston 

Abraham Greenspan, Brownsville 

Ivan William Knobler, Houston 

Isgador Abe Kolman, Brownsville 

Martin C. Kreimerman, Mexico City, D. F. 

Harold Erwin Levy, Galveston 

Marvin Miller, San Antonio 

Arnold Nitishin, Laredo 

Sammy Neuman, Austin 

Norwin Gene Ray, Dallas 

Lewis A. Schiller, Houston 

Martin Lewis Shanken, Laredo 

Fillmor M. Sondock, Houston 

James L. Toubin, Brenham 

Jack J. Turk, Houston 

Alvin Howard Weiss, San Antonio 

Richard A. Williams, La Grange 




Barenblat, L. Bernstein, T. Bernstein, 
Block, Chaskin. 



Chasnoff, Epstein, Fair, Fallas, 
Friedman. 



Goldberg, Golob, Greenfield, Green- 
span, Grome. 



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FACULTY 
ALEXANDER HART SACKTON, Associate Professor of English 



Fall 

ISAAC EPSTEIN 
ABRAHAM GREENSPAN 
RICHARD A. WILLIAMS 
MOSES HAFKIN GOLDBERG 
JOSEPH CHASNOFF 



OFFICERS 

Consul 
Vice Consul 
Scribe . 
Quaestor 
Gustos . 



Spring 

RICHARD A. WILLIAMS 
IVAN WILLIAM KNOBLER 
NORWIN GENE RAY 
MOSES HAFKIN GOLDBERG 
MARTIN C. KREIMERMAN 



PLEDGES 

Marvin W. Barenblat, San Antonio 
Robert Baruck, Galveston 
Ted Manfred Bernstein, Dallas 
David Fallas, Houston 
Arthur Stuart Friedman, Dallas 
Harvey Stanley Golob, Waco 
Richard C. Grome, San Antonio 
Jerry Hallman, Panama City, Panama 
Armand Leon Kapp, San Antonio 
Elliot Robert Kaplan, Houston 
Kenneth G. Kempler, Chicago, 111. 
Stuart Samuel Klein, Me Allen 
Irvin Leder, Borger 
Marvin Theodore Leiman, Dallas 
Albert I. Meyerowitz, Austin 
Meyer Rubenstein, Laredo 
Elihu Solomon, Beaumont 
Sidney Arthur Weisblat, Dallas 





7 op Row: Kapp, Klein, Knobler. 
Second Row: Kolman, Kreimerman, Leder. 
Third Row: Levy, Meycrzowitz, Miller. 
Fourth Row: Neuman, Ray, Rubenstein. 
Fifth Row: Shanken, Solomon, Toubin. 
Sixth Row: Turk, Williams. 



PAGF. 281 



TAU KAPPA EPSILON 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1950 

102 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1899 



MEMBERS 

Phillip E. Bargman, Houston 

Donald B. Barker, Austin 

Albert Winslow Brisbin, San Antonio 

James Arthur Dyer, Dallas 

James Gayle Garner, Longview 

Jack Fleet Gooding, Amarillo 

Vernon L. Helmke, San Antonio 

Bert Edwin Ray, Austin 

Eugene T. Smith, Jr., San Antonio 

Guerry Mae Strong, Gulfport, Miss. 



PAGE 282 



FACULTY 
RINALDO A. BACON, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 



Fall 

VERNON L. HELMKE 
DONALD B. BARKER 
JAMES GAYLE GARNER . 
ALBERT WIN SLOW BRISBIN 



OFFICERS 

Prytanis 
Epi-Prytanis 
Grammateus 
Crysophylos 



Spring 

ALBERT WINSLOW BRISBIN 
RICHARD MOORE 
JAMES GAYLE GARNER 
ROBERT T. KOESTER 



PLEDGES 

Thomas Browne, San Antonio 

Dalmon T. Economy, San Antonio 

Joseph Elo, Jr., San Antonio 

Neil Hinze, San Antonio 

Robert Newton Jones, San Antonio 

Robert T. Koester, San Antonio 

Robert Shelton Mayes, Austin 

Richard Vernon Moore, Lamarque 

Vic Boone Powell, San Antonio 

Donald Ray Reimers, Dallas 

William Douglas Ridley, New Orleans, La. 

Murray Smith, Austin 





Top Row: Barker, Brisbin, Dyer. 
Second Rout: Economy, Elo, Garner. 
Third Row: Gooding, Helmke, Jones. 
Fourth Row: Maycs, Moore, Powell. 
Fifth Row: Ridley, Smith, Strong. 



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THETA CHI 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1950 

108 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1856 



MEMBERS 

Keith Alexander Allan, Dallas 
Robert J. Bice, Dallas 
Willis Hunt Castner, II, Midland 
John Thomas Craycroft, Dallas 
Carl A. Garnett, Warren, Ohio 
Egan Ray Gleason, Shreveport, La. 
Bruce Edward Jones, Dallas 
Martin Edward Luker, Belton 
Frank Richard Pernay, Fort Worth 
Arnold Edward Peter, Jr., Mercedes 
George R. Richie, Princeton, Ky. 
Joe Earl Vaughan, Bowie 
Cecil Eugene White, Houston 
Robert Bradford Wightman, N. J. 



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FACULTY 
MAJOR FED G. MAGNESS, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 



Fall 
KEITH ALEXANDER ALLAN 

JOHN THOMAS CRAYCROFT . 
ROBERT J. BICE .... 
MARTIN EDWARD LUKER 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 
KEITH ALEXANDER ALLAN 

JOHN THOMAS CRAYCROFT 
ROBERT J. BICE 
MARTIN EDWARD LUKER 



PLEDGES 

Thedore J. Berger, San Antonio 
Robert ZempterEanes-, Galvestaot^- 
John Townley, Oklahoma City, Okla. 





Top Row: Allan, Bice. 
Second Row: Castner, Craycroft. 
Third Row: Gleason, Jones. 
Fourth Row: Luker, Richie. 
Fifth Row: Townley, Vaughan. 
Sixth Row: White, Wightman. 

PACE 285 



THETA XI 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT: 1913 

53 CHAPTERS 
NATIONAL FOUNDING: 1864 



MEMBERS 

David Avery, Longview 

Walter E. Braly, Brady 

Herschel Sampson Brannen, Jr., Houston 

Anthony Wayne Brown, Harlingen 

John Barnes Chance, Beaumont 

Bobby James Cline, Floydada 

Minor Beckett Crager, Beaumont 

Samuel James Day, Kopperl 

James Alan Feibelman, Houston 

Richard Franklin Ford, Dallas 

William Thomas Harris, Mesquite 

James Lamar Hart, Beaumont 

James H. Horn, Lufkin 

William Elray Howard, Jr., Beaumont 

Roy Edens Johnston, Lufkin 

Henry Grady Jones, Jr., Kilgore 

William Donald Long, Houston 

Lawrence Edward Martin, Jr., Dallas 

Charles Thomas Moore, Crockett 

John Bettis Morelock, Galveston 

Levis William Pennock, Fort Worth 

William Reed Quilliam, Jr., Beaumont 

Donald Lee Ray, Kilgore 

Gilbert Ephraim Robertson, Jr., Dallas 

Max Ramon Rucker, Lufkin 

Charles Bert Russell, Turkey 

Richard Leroy Scheig, San Antonio 

Walter John Shudde, Jr., Santa Ana 

Frank Henry Slavik, Jr., Corpus Christi 

Percy Lee Smith, Beaumont 

Robert Henry Smith, Longview 

Robert Lee Smith, Kilgore 

Ewel Lake Tankersley, Jr., Mertzon 

Roy Lawayne Van Winkle, Austin 

Eugene Estille Vaubel, Houston 

Richard Thomas Weidmer, Jr., Hallsville 

Arthur Branch Williams, Jr., San Antonio 

Robert Oddy Williams, Jr., Beaumont 




Badwey, Becker, Blankenship, Bran- 
nen, Brown, Chance. 



Cline, Coolidge, Crager, Ellis, Fan- 
ning, Faucett. 



Feibelman, Felsman, J. R. Ford, R. F. 
Ford, Gay, Green. 



PAGE 286 



FACULTY 

LEO GUY BLACKSTOCK, Professor of Business Law 

LEE WILSON FISER, Teaching Fellow in Music 

JOHN MALCOLM FORSMAN, Assistant Professor of English 

ARCHIE WAUGH STRAITON, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 



Fall 

WILLIAM REED QUILLIAM, JR. 
EWEL LAKE TANKERSLEY, JR. 
ROBERT ODDY WILLIAMS, JR. 
JAMES LAMAR HART 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Sercetary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

RICHARD FRANKLIN FORD 
MAX RAMON RUCKER 
BOBBY JAMES CLINE 
JAMES LAMAR HART 



PLEDGES 



Dan Austin Badwey, Harlingen 
Eric Baker Becker, III, Dallas 
Ben Clayton Black, Houston 
Wesley Francis Blankenship, 
San Antonio 

Lee Coleman Coolidge, Dallas 
Austin Stewart Ellis, Alice 
Thomas Eugene Fanning, Dallas 
Sam Roland Faucett, Marshall 
Robert Aldrich Felsman, Selman City 
John Robert Ford, Dallas 
John Edward Gay, George West 
Alan Jack Garey, Brady 
Nelson Noble Green, Longview 
George W. Hand, Wichita Falls 
John Roscoe Hannan, Jr., Beaumont 



Don Paul Johnson, Kingsville 
Wilton Ira Jones, Kilgore 
Harry Harrison Lee, III, Beaumont 
Orvis Wayne Maxey, II, San Antonio 
Carl Paschetag, Beaumont 
William Robert Phinnie, Kilgore 
Rex Ray Rhone, Crockett 
Robert Glenn Roden, Dallas 
Henry Leland Snow, Harlingen 
James Ernest Suehs, Beaumont 
Dimitry Vergun, Houston 
Joe Heard Warren, Crockett 
Lloyd Richard Watkeys, Port Arthur 
Stanley Gene Watson, Dallas 
Byron Parker York, Jr., Houston 




Top Row: Hannan, Harris, Hart, Horn. 

Second Row: Johnson, Johnston, H. G. Jones. 
Lee. 

Third Row: Martin, Maxey, Moore, Morelock. 

Fourth Row: Paschetag, Pennock, Phinnie, 
Quilliam. 

Fifth Row: Ray, Rhone, Roden, Rucker. 
Sixth Row: Russell, Scheig, Slavik, P. L. Smith. 

Seventh Row: R. L. Smith, Snow, Suehs, Tan- 
kersley. 

Eighth Row: Vergun, Warren, Watson. 
Ninth Row: R. O. Williams, York. 



PACE 287 



o r? 




INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Spring 

HOMER H. JACKSON 
PRESTON MOORE, JR. 
JAMES T. HUNT 
ROBERT E. CLEMONS 

FRATERNITY 
Acacia .... 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Alpha Tau Omega . 
Beta Theta Pi . 
Chi Phi 
Delta Chi . 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Delta Tau Delta 
Delta Upsilon . 
Kappa Alpha . 
Kappa Sigma 
Lambda Chi Alpha . 
Phi Delta Theta 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Phi Kappa Psi . 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Sigma Chi . 
Sigma Nu 

Sigma Phi Epsilon . 
Tau Delta Phi . 
Tau Kappa Epsilon . 
Theta Chi . 
Theta Xi 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

SENIORS 

NORMAN STUART SPENCER, JR 
BERNARD OLTER Dow 
WILLIAM IWGO MARSHALL 
HOWARD JOHN CLARK 
WILLIAM MARTIN BYRD 
WILLIAM ALDEN WEEKS . 
EDWARD CLIFFORD NOTT, JR. 
TED HENRY DUSEK . 
ROBERT GORDON MICKEY 
DONALD MAC BISHOP 
PHILIP A. NELSON, JR. 
JOE E. Russo 
HAROLD FRANCIS CURTIS 
ROBERT HARDING WALKER 
JACK ROBSOW SOWELL 
DARRELL WILLIAMS . 
BRUCE C. HALLMARK 
J. DONALD DUNCAN . 
ALLEN JACK BECKER 
DANIEL H. SPOOR 
CURT MORITZ FABER, JR. 
JAMES MILTON CAVENDAR 
LARRY ELTON GOLMAN 
MONROE NORTHRUP . 
KARL R. BUTZ, JR. 
EDWIN CHARLES (TED) PRICE 
JACK L. TURK 
GENE SMITH ... 
JOHN THOMAS CRAYCROFT 
RICHARD FRANKLIN FORD 



Fall 

HOMER H. JACKSON 
PRESTON MOORE, JR. 
JAMES T. HUNT 
ROBERT E. CLEMONS 

JUNIORS 

EDMUND LEWIS COOBURN 
ARNOLD NORMAN SWEET 
BUDDY HAYDEN 
WILLIAM GILBRETH BARBER 
WALLACE LIONEL PELLERIN 
NUNZIO JOSEPH MARABELIA 
BILL BARNES HOFF 
CHARLES DAVID FREEMAN 
DAVE HARRELL WILLIAMS 
RICHARD FRAINE ADAIR 
EDWARD FORGOTSON 
ALFRED GREGORY CATLOW 
SAMUEL R. PERRY 
RICHARD CLARK WEBB 
GERALD LYNN BURTON 
DOUGLAS EUGENE ATWILL 
JAMES EDWARD BRILL 
JIM DICK LOVETT 
ELLIOTT ZALMAN COHEN 
Louis PATRICK MANGANIELLO 
AUBREY ELTON GUTHRIE 
JOHN H. ROBERTS 
JULIAN VICTOR HORWITZ 
LUTCHER BLADES SIMMONS 
LESLIE WILEY GIDDENS 
WILLIAM OWEN DOCTERMAN 
SAMMY NEWMAN 
JAMES GALE GARNER 
JOE EARL VAUGHN 
BOBBY JAMES CLINE 




Top Row: Adair, Barber, Bishop, Brill, Burton, Butz, Byrd, Callow. Cavendar, Clark. 

Second Row: demons, Cline, Cogburn, Cohen, Craycroft, Doctorman, Dow, Duncan, Dusek. Faber. Ford, 
Third Row: Forgotson, Garner, Giddens, Golman. Guthrie, Hayden, Hoff, Horwitz, Hunt. Jackson, Lovett. 
Fourth Row: Manganiello, Marabelia, Marshall, Moore, Nelson, Newman, Nott, Pellerin, Perry, Roberts, Russo. 
Fifth Row: Smith. Spencer, Spoor, Sweet, Turk, Vaughn, Walker, Webb, Weeks, D. Williams. Dave Williams. 



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ARMY R. O. T. C. 



The Department of Military Science and Tactics was 
established in July of 1947. Since 1947, the Department has 
grown from 126 cadets to a strength of 819 cadets. Under 
the guidance of Colonel R. E. York, Professor of Military 
Science and Tactics, the R.O.T.C. program offers the oppor- 
tunity of a Reserve Commission or an Officer's career in the 
Regular Army, as well as the opportunity for the develop- 
ment of leadership necessary in civilian life. 

The Department consists of four technical service units- 
Corps of Engineers, Quartermaster Corps, Transportation 
Corps and the Military Police Corps. Graduates from the 
Department are now serving their country in every theater 
that finds the troops of the United States. 



COLONEL ROBERT E. YORK, 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics. 



STAFF 




Front Ro 



it Row: Colonel Robert E. York, Lt. Colonel Vernon Hammonds, Lt. Colonel 
Walter F. Diesem, Lt. Colonel Duane W. Ackerson. 

Second Row: Major John S. Benner, Major James E. Neely, Major John F. 
Hagan, Major James C. Shoultz. 



Front Row: Master Sgt. Marvin G. Sietz, Master Sgt. Herman E. Shugart. Master 
Sgt. James A. CofTman, Sgt. Thomas F. Mathews, Master Sgt. Edward Risk. 

Second Row: Master Sgt. Harry B. Hopkins, Sgt. Dale W. Hilton, Master Sgt. 
Robert L. Barnes, Master Sgt. Joseph R. Griebel, Master Sgt. John H. 
Millsapps. 



Third Row: Sgt. Joe W. Smith. 



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ARMY R.O.T.C. 





CADET COLONEL 
THOMAS STEVENSON 



HONORARY CADET COLONEL 
ANN WILLIAMS 



REGIMENTAL STAFF 




Front Row: Cadet Colonel Thomas Stevenson, Honorary Cadet Colonel Ann Williams. 

Second Row: Cadet Lt. Colonel Don Lee Copeland, Cadet Major J. V. Redick, Cadet Major John A. Clary, Cadet Major Kenneth J. Owens, Cadet Major 
Jack G. Jones, Cadet Major Donald B. Barker. 



PAOF. 291 



ARMY R. O. T. C. 

FIRST BATTALION STAFF SECOND BATTALION STAFF 




Front Row: Cadet Lt. Col. Bruce H. Rhiddlehoover, Wanda Harris (Sponsor). 

Second Row: Cadet Major Robert A. Graham, Cadet Captain James D. White, 
Cadet Captain Elliott A. Chamberlain, Cadet Captain B. Jack Carroll, 
Cadet Captain James L. Hollingsworth, Cadet Captain Kinder M. 
Chambers. 



Front Row: Cadet Lt. Colonel Edward E. DeMoss, Noelie Anne Duggan 

(Sponsor). 
Second Row: Cadet Major David Rubenstein, Cadet Captain Don Jaynes, 

Cadet Captain Herbert L. Lee, Cadet Captain Dwight E. Cassell, Cadet 

Captain George M. Harwell, Jr. 



SPONSORS 



GREGO/ IMNAJIUM 

L 




Front Row: Honorary Cadet Col. Anne Kerbey Williams, Honorary Cadet Lt. Col. Wanda Maxine Harris, Honorary Cadet Lt. Col. Noelie Anne Duggan, 
Honorary Cadet Captain Carolyn Anne Melton, Honorary Cadet Captain Pat Paton, Honorary Cadet Captain Virginia P. Hays, Honorary Cadet Captain 
Beverly Ann Brown, Honorary Cadet Captain Joan Beverley Dumbauld, Honorary Cadet Captain Mozelle Bean, Honorary Cadet Captain Pat. A. 
Woods. Honorary Cadet Captain Lynne Lovinggood. 

Back Row: James Forbes Jackson, Tim T. Leonard, jack Lowe Hummel, John Redlund Thomson 



ARMY R. O. T. C 



RANGERS 



Staff 



CADET CAPTAIN JOHN LUTZ, Company Commandei 
CADET FIRST LT. JOE W. BROOKS, Executive 

CADET FIRST LT. GEORGE R. VAVRA, Platoon Leader 
CADET FIRST LT. LUDY HOFMEISTER, Platoon Leader 

HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN LYNNE LOVINGGOOD, Sponsor 



I 



From Rom: John E. Lutz, Lynne Lovinggood, Clifton L. Hodges, James Brown. Don A. Robertson, Jim B. Burleson, Anthony V. Limon. Sid Ramos. 
Bill G. Reynolds, Joe W. Bonser, Donald W. Frye, Courtenay R. Atkins, Robert J. Guzman, Robert F. Barling, Ludy C. Hofmeister, Joe W. Brooks. 

Stcoxd Row: Harry P. Fellbaum, James F. Hyde, Jr., Gary K. Boyd. Don P. Johnson, Robert A. Bell, Donald C. Davies, George Zacour. Beverly Brooks 
Goldsmith, James C. Gauntt, John E. Anderson. Stanley D. Warburton, Paul A. Clinkscales, Douglas R. Lawson. 

Third Rnu: David B. Barnhill, Roy T. Walker. Roy P. Huff, Jr., Hector S. Davila, Ronald J. Herrmann, Billy G. Leonard, Joel C. Nabers. Gene R. 
Hiliun, Eddie M. Borschow, Mark J. Kubala. Mike A. Bartlett. 

Fourth Rom: Sam G. Thornberry, Robert F. Silvus, Anthony F. Rodriquez, Charlie Monita, Lawrence A. Ingalls, Arthur F. Talamantes. William H. Ross, 
Ri.bert S. Reeder, Robert L. Akery, John E. Hall. William A. Schatte, Paul L. DeVerter. 

Fifth Rou': Claude T. Mclntoth. Charles P. Akin, William C. House, George R. Vavra. John A. McBride, G. E. Almquist. Ivan Mannering, Tom T. 
Herndon. Robert P. Cralle. 



PAOF. 293 



ARMY R. O. T. C. 



COMPANY A 



Corps of Engineers 

CADET CAPTAIN WILSON WINDLE, Company Commander 

CADET FIRST LT. RICHARD VANDER STRATEN, III, Company Executive 
CADET FIRST LT. CHARLES R. KREUZ, Platoon Leader 
CADET FIRST LT. H. L. DOBYNS, Platoon Leader 

CADET FIRST LT. JAMES M. HOLCOMB, Platoon Leader 
HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN PAT A. PATON, Sponsor 



lllwfnt; 
: ''.': ^^^ GREGORY GYMNAJIUM j 




Front Row: Lorimer K. Hill, James M. Holcomb, Richard Vander Straten, III, Pat A. Paton, Dean L. Jones, David R. Smith, Charles R. Kreuz, Joe E. 
Wilson, Ronald L. Bouchier, H. L. Dohyns, Louis A. Rizzo, Ernest L. Kistler, Robert S. Peterson, James R. Vague, John M. Finley, Marvin J. 
Clanton, Edward C. Campbell, Raul Castro, Jr. 

Second Row: Donald G. McDavid, Jean P. Jipp, William C. House, James R. Templeton, Robert R. Riggins, Norbert A. Zehnder, Ronald K. Dick, 
Wayne K. Travis, Herman E. Haenel, Frank D. Holzmann, John R. Allen, Thomas J. Yium, Franklin D. Schenk, Billy D. Ball, Gwynn A. Teague, 
David T. Matise. 

Third Row: Donald O. Priddy, Richard J. Barton, John M. Murphy, Thomas R. Berry, Thomas M. Anderson, Thomas L. Garten, David W. Maxfied, 
Robert A. Tucker, Robert H. Fisher, Floyd J. Travis, William M. Johnson, Terry E. Richards, Malcolm H. Bennett, Don Wrightsman, Sumter T. 
Bibb, Vernon Wattinger, Richard D. Carvajal. 

Fourth Row: Henry William Merrill, Robert Martin Strebeck, Robert F. Fletcher, N. John Blumberg, Carl G. O'Connor, Frank C. Schulte, Edward L. 
Carpenter, Douglas R. Stocks, Jr., Danny Bartell Johnson, Byron L. Cloud, Jr., Roy A. Brown, Howard F. Singleton, L. C. Wright, Margarito E. 
Guerra, Joel D. Watkins, J. Blackiston Hall, Tommy R. LeBleu, William Turner. 

Fifth Row: Francis R. McCauley, Jr., Jerry Roy Sandefur, George Edward Moreland, Frank D. Luttrell, Ronald L. Lindsay, Stephen T. Eargle, Oliver P. 
Ellison, Jr., Robert J. Reyes, Travis R. Dickinson, Wray Douglas Brown, Gordon E. Beck, Earl C. Hawthorn, William C. Kelley, Melvin M. Hardy, 
Louis R. Eddins, Gardner H. Heaslet, Dayton G. Bateman. 

Sixth Row: Franklin Kermit Ladner, Billy C. Ellis, Don G. Frydell, Charles J. Mankin, Edward Van Martin, Charles Olin Boese, J. C. Crain. 

Seventh Row: Alan K. Graham, Ronald D. Doreck, John M. Stubblefield. Pentard William Sandefur, Jr., Robert M. Shiels, Roy S. Baty, James H. 
Funkhouser, Ed. J. Tennyson, George A. Leonard, Wiliam T. Biskamp. Charles H. Gregory, Robert F. Coffee. 



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COMPANY B 



Quartermaster Corps 



CADET CAPTAIN WILLIAM M. HARRIS, Company Commander 
CADET FIRST LT. RANDOLPH G. MOORE, Company Executive 
CADET FIRST LT. NILES B. WINTER, Platoon Leader 
CADET FIRST LT. JUNIOR BRIGHT, Platoon Leader 
CADET FIRST LT. WARREN L. FARRIS, Platoon Leader 
HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN GINGER HAYS, Sponsor 




Front Row: Ginger Hays, William M. Harris, Bruce A. Billingsley. Tom Kaufman, Junior Keith Bright, Albert Wesly Parker, Randy G. Moore, Niles B. 
Winter, Jr., James M. Witten, William S. Norris, Warren L. I arris. 

Second Row: Billy R. Adair, Jesse Y. liiuhaiu. Jr., John H. Oglesbee, Jesse L. Paredes, Charles A. Thomas. Felix E. Salinas, George W. Miller, James E. 
Wilder, Wilmer E. San ford, Jesse L. Smith, Albert D. Scherz, William E. Burks, Robert B. Buckingham, Howard Day, James M. Day. 

Third Row: James M. Leath, John B. Halbert. William P. Hamblen, Lawton C. Thomson. William B. Green, Jim P. Wesson, Luis Amador, Bob W. 
Davis, Murray Tarkinglon, Frank L. Plemons, John W. Johnson, Jerry B. Prewit, Donald E. Hill, Bill H. Harris, Howard F. Fischer. Joe D. Havis. 

Fourth Row: Gregor C. MacGregor, Robert E. Milstead. Charles J. Kvinta, Glen C. Dyer, Charles S. Petrovich, Charles S. Marshall, Richard G. Young, 
James O. Kelly, Irvin Leder, Dudley Q. Braly, Robert L. Clark, Horace G. Magee, Robert G. Haltiner, John T. Frazer, George A. Tucker. 

Fifth Row: H. C. Tabor, Herbert J. Yoehle, David H. Bashford, Whit C. Dill, Robert E. Grimes, Minor B. Crager, Stan J. Noble, Richard F. Adair, 
H. Ray Arnett. Phillip DeRay Langen, Wilburn Leigh Day, William Dwayne Walker, Tommy N. McDonald, Roy E. Osterloh. 

Sixth Row: Herbert S. Key, Joseph D. Reynolds, Billy L. Leach, Joe D. Minor. Jim H. Mills, Robert E. Pulver. Kenneth D. Dabbs, Daniel C. Morgan, 
Rolando A. Garza. Jerry H. de la Rosa, Merrill Whitehead, Louis R. Nicholson, Jack M. Painter, Maury J. Burling. 

Seventh fi..;< ; William C. Suhler, Manuel Garza, Jr.. Dilmus D. James, Pascual Tamez, Maurice Daria. Whit Clark, Charles Froebel, Ben S. Bradshaw, 
John Roland Jones, Donald Wayne Cunningham, III, Francis Marion Teas, William G. Meredith, Gerald Elvin Johnson, Thomas J. Evans. 



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ARMY R. O. T. C 



COMPANY C 



Quartermaster Corps 



CADET CAPTAIN PETER W. NICHOLS, Company Commander 
CADET FIRST LT. MILTON E. BLACK, Company Executive 
CADET FIRST LT. DAVID M. SMITH, Platoon Leader 
CADET FIRST LT. ALFRED ZOBEL, Platoon Leader 

CADET FIRST LT. ROBERT V. CLARK, Platoon Leade, 

HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN JOAN BEVERLEY DUMBAULD, 

Sponsor 




Front Row: Peter Ward Nichols, Joan Beverley Dumbauld, H. Lee Harvard, Murray L. Forsvall, Alfred Zobel, Wallace B. Thruston, Robert W. Clark, 
Nunzio J. Marabella, Robert Lee Watson, Jr., Charles B. Feloman, Tom G. Owens, Jr., Jerry E. Battelstein, Roger E. Sweeny, Robert A. Murray, 
David M. Smith, Carl S. Ferguson, Harry Scroggins, Richard O. Wolff. 

Second Row: Robert C. Seidler, Alan R. Carmichael, Charles K. Sanders, Calvin Koomey, Clyde T. Scroggins, Richard H. Hodges, Charles H. Callery, 
Donald H. Trahan, Earl F. Burridge, Robert M. Moreman, Alton D. Mitchell, Bill L. Warrick, John Fred Weir, Jerry D. Copeland, Robert C. 
Watts, John William Anderson, David E. Gross. 

Third Row: Rupert E. Buckalew, Ricardo Garcia, Jr., Sammy L. Wilson, Jerome R. Rose, John A. Volz, Tom E. Buck, James W. Pinson, W. Pat 
Armstrong, Truman E. Boyd, Robert W. Ferrell, Arthur I. Lubel, Rene A. Garza, Robert N. Jones, Cyril D. Stapleton, Durward Glenn Underwood. 
Carroll U. Hoffmann. 

Fourth Row: Harris L. Keller, Chester C. Sadler, Milton E. Eidelberg, Waller Williams, Warner R. Baxter, Kenneth E. Cook, John O. Lange, Bobby G. 
Roberson, Herbert W. Gray, James E. Davis, Roy L. Epp, Steve Logan, Wade H. Burke. 

Fifth Rox: James C. Rudeilat, Ernest L. Hopson, Pat M. Tolar, Daniel B. Meyer, Tom W. Hibbert, Charles J. Smaistrla, Howard L. Winters, Francis M. 
Ashby, Jerry W. Kennamer, Richard A. Wedin, Jr., Menan C. Schriewer, James C. Templin, Charles R. Lind, Ted R. Dodson, Arnold Earl Luetge. 

Sixth Row: Ted A. VanGriethuysen, Robert L. Kostohryz, Bob P. Knight, William G. Collenback, D. C. Scroggin, Charles G. Hoff, Jr., R. Larry Robinson, 
William D. Greene, George M. Woodman, Malcolm E. Moreland, William V. Bonds, Melvin L. Spence, George E. Glaeser, John N. Roof, Albert 
N. Sikora. 

Seventh Row: Jimmy L. Hull, Gary R. Smith, George F. Warner, Rachard L. Henkle, Gary C. Voigt, Bob W. Hardwick. 



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ARMY R. O. T. C 



COMPANY D 



Transportation Corps 



CADET CAPTAIN CHARLES A. HAMILTON, Company Commander 
CADET FIRST LT. JOE M. GLOVER, Company Executive 
CADET FIRST LT. THOMAS C. LEE, Platoon Leader 

CADET FIRST LT. JOSEPH C. BUCKMAN, Platoon Leader 
CADET FIRST LT. HOWARD J. CLARK, III, Platoon Leader 
HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN MARY KAY CATON, Sponsor 







Front ROM: Charles Ahearn Hamilton. Mary Kay Caton. Joe Marbury Glover. Joseph Lackland Orr, Joseph C. Buckman. Harold L. Warford. J. Glenn 
Rosson, Thomas C. Lee. 

Second Row: Robert Leo Wood, Paul Covey Mohr. Joseph Paul Hammond. Charles Stuart Wallace, Richard Stanley Poole, Edmond Ray Carper. Patrick 
M.uvin Thomasson, Raymond Wade Pritchett. Alex John Lansford, Jimmy Wayne Watson. John L. Crawford, Jack M. Mann, Gabon McGuire, 
Rex R. Myers, Robert E. Giles, Sidney K. Davis. 

Third Raw: Luther Taylor Scarborough, Jr., Robert Edwin Adams. Theodore Phelps White. Reagan R. Hicks. Wayne R. McKinny. Johnnie B. Holland. 
Robert A. Walker. Darvin R. Watson, Elsworth Tonn, Leon R. Deveny, Don I. Reifler. Jack H. Hollister, Darwin Dwain Etheredge. Richard C. 
Spencer. Tom P. Wallace, Harold S. Manning, Melvin B. Etheridge. 

l-'tturth Ron-: Robert Kinder Taylor, Jr.. Oren Harold Tomlinson, David Albert Newman. Fredrick Leon Doche. Kenneth Ray Hubert. Chester Lee Simcik. 
Ferdie John Burket. Kenneth Wayne Anglin. Joe Tipton Housewright, Bernie George Brown, James Raye Ross, Robert Benson White. James Earl 
(.1*1 Jerry Don Rackley, Charles Henry Hightower, Jerry H. Roberts. 

Fifth Row: Robert Franklin Flinn, Leslie W. Cavness, William Albert Penn, Earle V. Britton, Jr.. Langford H. Sneed, Joe D. Hughes. Ronald E. 
Spradlin. Edward S. Ringer, Leland H. Schumann, Clemen C. Berrym^n. Robert W. Gilstrap, Dougal A. Cameron. Joe Peugh. Ronald G. Trageser, 
Julian W. Oates. Jimmie C. Parker. 

Sixth Rmi: Ben L. Broyles, George W. Bostick, David L. Headstream. 



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ARMY R. O. T. C. 



COMPANY E 



Transportation Corps 



CADET CAPTAIN ADOLPH H. GIESECKE, JR., Company Commander 
CADET FIRST LT. JARRETT HUDNALL, JR, Company Executive 
CADET FIRST LT. JIM F. WOMACK, Platoon Leader 

CADET FIRST LT. ROBERT R. WILLIAMS, Platoon Leader 
CADET FIRST LT. CHARLES S. ODEN, Platoon Leader 
HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN PAT A. WOODS, Sponsor 




Front Row: Pat A. Woods, Adolph Hartwig Giesecke, Jr., Jarrett Hudnall, Jr., Jerry Lee Anderson, Charles G. Calhoun, Jr.. Jimmie F. Womack, John 
M. Townley, Robert R. Williams, Charles S. Oden, Leopoldo G. Perez. 

Second Row: Richard C. Gawlik, Roger D. Bain, Gerald B. Pratt, Elwood J. Preiss, Robert W. Roteh, Sam Houston, Richard E. Wilson, Floyd R. Rogers, 
Jr., Carlton Massey, William C. Baker, James T. Hunt, Jimmy H. McGehee, John S. Fulton, Jim A. Brewer, Paul M. Diamond. William J. Rat- 
tikin, Wayne E. Delaney. 

Third Row: Floyd B. Longmire, John P. Kuhn, Donald L. Jones, Thomas Austin Palmer, Glenn F. Hoffman, Bill P. Harris, Troy L. Hand. Harry N. 
Ward, Ford L. Lockett, James H. Hingst, Jimmy D. Pace, Hulen A. Hale. Travis L. Lappe. George W. McKinney, James R. Teague. Robert L. 
Thomas, Thomas C. Lockhart. 

Fourth Ron-: Jerry B. Briscoe, Delmer H. Sewell, Roger H. Porter, Jr., Lawrence J. Kalmus, Charlie E. Howard. James F. Gilbert. Donald B. Fancher, 
Robert E. Gylling, Randolph Biesenbach, Richard L. Oden, Thomas L. Cadenhead, Harley J. Morgenroth, Morris E. Ashby. James R. Hays, Jim 
D. Lovett, Marshall T. Clegg, Gary E. Marrs. 

Fifth Row: Allen Page Killam, Douglas Edward Kyle, John B. Stephens, Frank W. Wiseman, John A. Vance. Jr.. David W. Snyder. William J. Gerron, 
Robert G. Brelsford, Lum C. Edwards, Charles E. Baer, Louis B. Paine. Jr.. Robert L. Smith. Billy J. Smith, Ronald D. Beauford. Harley E. 
Sewell, Damon W. Walton, Joe B. Youngblood. 

Sixth Row: Charles J. Huckabee, John M. Black-well, Boyd Linker, Bobby K. Wilpitz. 



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ARMY R. O. T. C 



COMPANY F 



Military Police Corps 



CADET CAPTAIN CHARLES E. LYNCH, Company Commander 
CADET FIRST LT. ROBERT K. CORNELL, Company Executive 
CADET FIRST LT. JIM FITZGERALD, Platoon Leader 

CADET FIRST LT. WAYNE P. STURDIVANT, Platoon Leader 
CADET FIRST LT. CHAUNCE O. THOMPSON, Platoon Leader 

HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN CAROLYN ANNE MELTON, 

Sponsor 



: : ^JK;? GREGORY GYMNASIUM f f^T- 

^V " r Jm. 




Front Row: Charles Edgar Lynch, Carolyn Anne Melton, James Fitz-Gerald, Herbert L. Clancy, Dan J. Mizell, John S. McCord, Wayne P. Sturdivant, 
Chaunce Olcott Thompson, James H. Lunz, Robert K. Cornell, Joe W. Sentell. 

Second Row: Walter Paul Hoffie, John Clinton Steinberger, James S. Myers, James Don Haynes. David Paul Parkinson, John Edward Schmid, Walter 
Thomas Maloan, Joseph Elo, Jr.. Rex Harding White, Henry Monroe Anderson, Joe A. Osborn, Edward Gairett Mugford, Dwight Lane Cole, 
Morgan E. Shipman, Rudy M. Campos, John Mark Kinney, Louis Franklin Bonner. 

Third Rou: Jack D. McCullough, Bill D. Klapp, Watson Macmanus, Carlos C. Smith. John B. Juvenal, W. J. Myrick, Carl Olen Svendsen, James M. 
Cook, Charles E. Marshall, Richard A. Fitzgerald. James H. Shane, Clyde Hargrove, Phineas A. Washer, Humberto L. Blanco, William K. Mcllyar, 
Robert H. Hoy. John N. Marosis. 

Fourth Rn;,: Bob Charles Winkelmar., Roy Danford. Jr.. Ray Alton Frady, Guenther Maenius. John Keith Comer. Carlos Bejabano. Gene H. Madeley. 
David Bradford. Grover C. Bloomquist, George Vafiadis. Jr., Monte W. Anthony, Milton Edmund Decherd. Howard E. Bell. Morris H. Treadwell. 
G. Claude Allen, Allen L. Stilley, W. J. McAnelly. 

Fifth R;t: AKin Dale Richerson, Franklin Scott Spears, DeWitl William Cudd. Travis Earl Doss. Abraham Greenspan. Claud Lane. Luther Lee Childress. 
Robert Hull Paslay. Joseph Cortez, Alejandro Lamour. Russell W. McMurry, Prince R. Ricker. Dan D. Barney, Thomas C. Primm. David J. Reiss. 
J. Brooks Frazier. Ben Lamar Reynolds. 

Si\th R,::,: Neff S. Limon. Basconi Barry Hayes, Joe William Rogers, Ted N. Marosis, Zeke S. Strange, George A. Crowley, Eddie Joe Daniels. Cecil Lloyd 
Holder. Edmund L. Cogburn. Pat G. Slater, Marvin Earl King, Ket ly A. Rivette. Russ Vaughn Gilger, Howard R. Bilbrey. 



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ARMY R. O. T. C 



COMPANY G 



Military Police Corps 



CADET CAPTAIN JAMES E. WHITE, Company Commander 
CADET FIRST LT. HAMILTON S. REED, Company Executive 
CADET FIRST LT. THOMAS D. KIRKSEY, Platoon Leader 

CADET FIRST LT. RICHARD JOSEPH McCARTHY, Platoon Leader 
CADET FIRST LT. WILLIAM EDWARD WATKINS, Platoon Leader 
HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN MOZELL BEAN, Sponsor 




Front Row: James Edward White, Mozell Bean, Richard Joseph McCarthy, Richard Lewis Hansson, Thomas David Kirksey. James H. Rawles, Hamilton 
S. Reed, William Edward Watkins, Maurice D. Gwinner, Jesse D. Lyles. 

Second Row: Philip W. Kidd, Rufus J. Adcock, Wiley L. Jinles, Robert T. Squyres, Don Noble, John M. Luttrell, Walter S. Dwyer, Ed T. Coughlin, 
Joseph B. L. Foster, Carl E. Hensley, Paul S. Hill, Seth H. Steele, John Bullington, Weyman W. Buchanan, Lloyd W. Morris, Deyador Abe 
Kolmen, Pat M. Goff. 

Third Row: Gene W. Curry, Jim C. Calaway, Kenneth L. Harocastle, Ernest J. Hall, David M. Cox, Dewey J. Gonsoulin, William R. Yost, Don 
Melendez, Dan A. Badwey, Thomas J. Pierce, George R. Gunter, William J. Southwell, Jack L. Barton, Roger U. Connell, Edwin B. Cantrell. 

Fourth Row: William R. Kline, Jr., Carol S. Vance. S. Joe Park, James Edward David, Bob J. Huntsman, Paul S. Ellis, Billy Quinn, Jack M. Little, 
G. D. Fogelson, Douglas F. Wadsworth, Arthur W. Fagan, George A. Armer, Sidney J. Gibson. 

Filth Row: Uel S. Clanton, William F. McDonald, David D. Casto. Herman R. Campbell. Douglas W. Argue, Dan Neil Silverman, Thomas Robert 
Neal, Larry Graham, Van C. D. Shaw, John Rogers Colby, S. Griffin Singer, Dennis Buchanan, Sam X. Allred, Morty S. Ravkind, John Marshall 
Gaddis. 

Sixth Row: Anthony Newton Stout. George Sidney Robinson. Howard EIridge Brunson. Warren E. David, Robert L. Sturrock, Dave R. Alter, Jerry 
Fridrick, Donald R. Starkweather. Bennett J. Roberts, Leslie L. Greenfield. Kenneth C. Keener, Gary P. Woody, Anthony C. Neidhart. 

Seventh Row: John P. Dickens. Arthur M. Gochman, Carl A. Skibell, Will! un W. Satterwhite, Bill Georges, Richard J. Hatch, William D. Bonham, 
Philip M. Clayton, Ruben Garcia, Charles E. Schwarz. 



PACE 300 



ARMY R. O. T. C 



RIFLE TEAM 




Left to Right: Joe Buckman, Carol 
Vance, Tom Stevenson, Charles 
Hamilton, Phillip Clayton. 



front Row: Charles Hamilton. Tom 
Stevenson, Joe Buckman, Ernest 
Kistler. 

Back Ron': Sift. Harry Hopkins, Carol 
S. Vance, Phillip Clayton, Alejandro 
Lamour, John Comer. 




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ARMY R. O. T. C. 



MILITARY POLICE CORPS 



QUARTERMASTER CORPS 




The Dance Committee, S. Reed, James E. White, D. Kusisto, Maurice Gwenner, Dick Manning the .50", Tom Kaufman, Roger Sweeny, James D. White Bruce Billingsley. 
Mitchell. 




Pasting Targets on the Range, Hamilton Reed, James Luntz, Bill Georges. 



On The Range. Robert Milstead. Roger Sweeny. 




Firing the Grease Gun, James Rawls, Thomas Kirksey. 




Fresh Baked Bread, Peter Nichols and Jessie Bigham. J 



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SUMMER CAMP 



ENGINEERS CORPS 



TRANSPORTATION CORPS 




First Step, Engineer Cadets constructing a Bailey Bridge 



The Texas Conscripts 




Midway 



The Line Up 




Completion 1 Minute r )9 Seconds 




Happy Warriors, Howdy Clarli, Joe Orr 



PACE 303 



NAVY R.O.T.C. 



OFFICERS 




Front Row: Lt. Paul O'Connor, Maj. James Hart Pope. Lcdr. Lewis Edwin McGregor, Capt. Francis Joseph Johnson, Cdr. Tom Henderson Wells, Lcdr. 
Francis Warren Roberts, Lt. Conway Adair Taylor. 

Second Row: Sgt. Jerry Van Cargill, Chief Edgar E. Parker, Chief Charles A. Higby, Chief William Joseph McCarthy, Yeoman Robert Lewis Deveny. 



MIDSHIPMEN OFFICERS 




Front Row: Hugh Darrell Williams, Glenn Ellis Brooks, Jr., William A. Petry, Donald J. Douglas, Carroll Wright Collins. Frank Logan. 
Second Row: Dean Carey Johnson, Harrell Sansom Hayden, Donald G. Perwein. Joe Harvell Jones. 



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NAVY R.O.T.C. 



A COMPANY FIRST PLATOON 




PLATOON LEADER: Carl G. Eaton. 

Front Row: Albert W. Brisbin, David H. Brune, David Lee Tanner, Carl V. Aalund, Joe Raymon Allen, Charles W. Beck, John Thomas Hays, Edward Robert 

Simmon, Wayne Mott Adam, Barrie Thomas Balcom. 
Second Row: Robert Geis Freund, Martin H. Chancy, Preston Conrad Kronkosky, Richard Hugh Davis, Glen Sam Prinzing, Hardy Mack Bourland, Henry 

Culberson Amos, Jr. , James Edwin Barnes. 
Third Row: Lamont Martin Cochran, Dan Dean Chandler, George Edward No<votny, Jr., Eric Storrie Greenfield, Olin Ray Cable. Jr., Rex Patrick Stallings, 

Gaylon Royce Overton. Siras Dean Browning. 

A COMPANY SECOND PLATOON 




PLATOON LEADER: Wylie Mack Kimmons. 

Front Row: Robert Crirn Buckner, Edward Clifford N'ott. Jr., Robert Leland Dow, Raymond Arthur Becker, Jerre Grahm Kneip, Fred E. Falke, Jr., Sol 

Bertram Weil, Robert Byron Beck. Douglas Shultz Dapper. John Da\Jd Carlton, Walter Thomas Nelson. 
Second Rnu: Thomas (). York, Raymond D. Bennett, William Theodore Read. Guy Elliot Blackmar, Charles Eugene Chick, Tommy Hayes Jackson, Russell 

Chris Bingley. Unwell M. Finch, John Kennedy Baldwin. Douglas Hart. 
Third Ron-: Alonzo Wilson lli^l<-\ Llnwi Ilrent Carruta, Jerome Richard Dunn. William Frank Burchard, Robert Penn Fowler. William Howard Browning, Jr., 

Franklin Derry Crutchfield. Robert David Dolleg. Jr.. Robert Fonda Gri )ble. Jeiry Dan Godwin. Robert F. Grainge. 



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NAVY R.O.T.C. 

A COMPANY THIRD PLATOON 




PLATOON LEADER: James Shelburne Bullion. 

Front Row: M. P. Frank, William Richard Henley, Charles Peak Cook, William Brewster, Jr., Robert Stanley Caton, John P. Pittman, Alfred Pete Barra, 

Charlton W. Harden, Charles Lemly Rogers, Robert Aldrich Felsman. 
Second Row: John Jerry McCorkle, Jarvis D. Michie, Harry Robert Field, Jack Steven Peiffer, Bobby Gene Eckols, Joe Elliott Davis, Henry Clay Dethloff, 

Olen Joe Daugherty, Dan Lane Everett. 
Third Row: Ted Henry Dusek, Paul Adolph Foerster, David Gibson, Gary Duane Fisher, Roddy David McDaniel, Charles Nesom Burt, Jr., Bradley Abraham 

Fowler. Karl T. Butz, Jr., John Theodore Kipp, Robert Earl Laster. 

B COMPANY FIRST PLATOON 




PLATOON LEADER: Joseph N. Smith. 

Front Row: Richard Spotswood Robertson, Clay W. G. Fulcher, Paul Dea Jones. Tom L. Schneider, Eugene Benjamin Russell. Jack Francis Ritter, Jr., John 
Edward Cahoon, James Bledsoe Perrigo, Wilbur Patrick Cahill, John Taynton Murchison, Jr., John Gates Mothershead. 

Second Row: Max Darrell Murray, James Marshall Adkins, George Pope Atkins, Carl Hampton Quebedeaux, John Michael Collins, Pat Henry Poe, Robin Ray 
Ott, Marcellus Theriot Coltharp, John Leonard Steel, John Carl Landa. 

Third Row: Jerald D. Dixon. Harry Dean Hamilton, William Gordon McGee, Henry Young McCown, Jr., Oscar Carl Hamilton, Jr., Ernest Lloyd Hunt. Jr., 
Max S. Levit, Wayne E. Dear, Hunter M. Morris, Kenneth Pressly Finch. 



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NAVY R.O.T.C. 



B COMPANY SECOND PLATOON 




PLATOON LEADER: William C. Grinstcad. 

Front Ron-: James D. McKinney, John Webb Howell, John B. Henderson, Robert Wilson Gilliam, Sharon Eugene Green. John Wesley Jarrett. Robert Edward 

Huirhes, Donald David Greenburg, Donald Ray Bernard, Tommy Forre.it Howell. 
Second Ron-: William David Collins, Thomas Penn Johnson, Charles John Jorgensen, Jr.. Joe Henry McGraw, Darrell Charles Jewett, Benjamin T. Rhodes, 

Jr., Pat Kain. Joe Jack Lones, Charlie Pat DuBose. 
Third Row: Charles Thomas May, Lawrence Linden Beason, James Hamilton Pruett. Kenneth Paul Knopp. Edmund Waller Melvin. Wesley Eli Bode, Robert 

Lee Dewar, J. Alan St. John, Robert Evans Williams. Thomas Rocha, Jr., John L. Shudde. 



B COMPANY THIRD PLATOON 




PLA'IOON LEADER: Jaiiu-- Ronald Harvey. 

Front Rou: Clarence A. Rundrll. Jr.. William Auu>t Felsing. Jr., Peter A. Baker. Arthur H. Lucksinger, Frank Edward Luksa, Jr., William Carl Long, 
Francis Leo Mc.Vunara, Jr.. Louis Freedman, Joe Bernard Love joy, Donald Charles Mcllyar, James William Owens. 

Strand Row: Thomas Watt Gregory. Ted Louis Langford, Richard Bruce Motheral, Dave Harrell Williams, Harry Lee Markel, Karl Archer Maley, Bryan 
Hunter Baas, George Alan Mulroy. 

Third Ron : Fred John Wither;. Paul William Phy. Howard Leslie York. James Royce Knight, Leslie Weylon McDonald, Robert Richard Ingerton. Samuel 
Tilde n HnUourll. Jr.. Georne Kirhy Haley. William Michael Otto. Marshall Bookman Peters. 



PACE 307 



NAVY R.O.T.C 



C COMPANY FIRST PLATOON 




PLATOON LEADER: Donald Louie Schmidt. 

Front Row: Kenneth Gene Patton, Thomas Fredrick Swenson, John Marshall Page, Leslie Alfred Dedeke, Jr., John Edward Gay, Donald Jay Richinson, 

James Van Richards, James Bland Pope, John Lee Rundell, Mark H. Rakoover, Charles Reed Fagg. 
Second Row: Emory Chapman Thompson, Evedrik Seward Blackmar, Roane H. Puett, Bill Barnes Hoff, Franklin Howard Perry, Dan Cargill Smith, Billy Dave 

Ship wash, James Bohus Salas, Everett Marshall Sheff'ey. 

Third Row: Paul W. Petersen, Ben Arthur Rosamond, Robert Andrew Thompson III, James Edgar Rodgers, Bob Dean Wood, Charles A. Buzbee, Cromwell 
Adair Dyer, Jr., Charles Thomas Sikes, Robert Murray Sprague, Thad Harold Harden. 



C COMPANY SECOND PLATOON 




PLATOON LEADER: William F. Kemp. 

Front Row: Evan Pedrick Yues, Jr., Hall Wayne Agnew, Bill Irven Routh, Terry Mac Tirado, Allen Taylor, Wallace Irving Youngs, William Pat Terry, 

Gene Arden Templeton, George Stephenson, Richard Rhoades Armstrong. 
Second Row: Allen Gene Pittman, Robert Gene Tracy, Donald Ray Smith, J*re William Thompson. Robert James Huffman. Alan LaVern Bean, Vayden Foy 

Stanley, George Keith Tolle, Robert William Shafer. 
Third Row: Ralph D. Anderson, John L. Estes, James Richard Wright, Will am Waller Melvin, William Harold Ferguson, Robert Falligant Travis, Laughlin 

Arthur McLaurin, John Rowell Toman. 



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NAVY R.O.T.C 

C COMPANY THIRD PLATOON 




PLATOON LEADER: Venton L. Doughtie. 

Front Row: Thomas J. Morcy, Tommy H. Ramsey, John E. Fryman, Thomas Leslie Vannaman, Devereux Julien Weeks, Newton Edward Ward, Weldon 

Winston Teague, James T. Pledge, Clyde A. Mounce. 
Second Row: Robert Biuce Carruth William Howell Wood, Vernon John Klippi, Billy Rex Blaylock, Thomas A. Delano Womack, Dan Russ Young, Bobby 

Ray Cox, George Marshall Minot, Jess Newton Rayzor. 
Third Row: Jimmy Artis Davis, Jay Morton Goltz, Max Howard Smith, Harry Aaron Zuber, William Peyton Cooke, Dan Weldon Williams, Philip Edward 

IM-II James Loyd Hall, James Douglas Browning, Charles Martin Perrott. 




PACE 309 




Color Guard: Robert Harding Walker, Robert K. Bryant, 
William Linden, William Richard Neff. Dean Johnson on cruise. 
Sight-seeing in Paris. The Wisconsin off Ireland. Notre Dame. 
Rogue's gallery. Slim Jim, Black Bob, and Dapper Dan. 





COL. E. E. McKESSON 
Professor of Air Science and Tactics 



AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. 

The Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps pro- 
gram was established at The University of Texas in July, 
1947, and is operated under the Department of Air Science 
and Tactics. This program provides University students the 
opportunity of receiving excellent training in leadership and 
Air Science and Tactics which affords them the privilege of 
serving their country in the capacity of a Commissioned 
Officer in the Regular Air Force, the Air Force Reserves or 
Air National Guard Units. Air Force ROTC courses supple- 
ment elective courses in the major fields pursued by the stu- 
dent and are given academic credit toward degrees offered 
by the University. 



FACULTY 




AIRMEN 

nl Kn:, . s Sm. ICi MI-.I D. Cline. M/St. Edwin D. Rund. M/Sut. Rich- 
ard O. D.IMV M SKI. W. A. Hicwk. M/Sxt. Thomas F. Meekins. 
K. B. Oldham. M/Sat. Robert Fairlee. 

..Firf K,,;, : M Nm. U ili:, in V T.ilom. T/Sgl. William J. C'alen. M/Sqt. 
l.rcin.ii.l I.. Slrjilii-N- M VI. Paul 1'eteii. M SKI. John K. Wnixlnanl 

T/SKI. RC.IXTI W. Stokes. 



OFFICERS 

Front Row: Colonel E. E. McKesson. Major Warren J. Lane. Lt. Colonel 
George E. K.i! iliiiLv Major Charles E. Wood, Major Frank L. Winship. 

Second Row: Major Fed G. Magness. Captain Marvin E. Gholsam, Captain 
Forest B. Grain, Captain David H. Shelton, Captain Farley E. Peebles. 

Third Row: Captain Robert C. Brown. Captain Joseph P. Gleason, Cap- 
tain Ernest G. Reeves, First Li. Ralph S. Kaplan. Captain James C. 
Lambdin. 



PAOI 311 






CADET COLONEL W. N. PATMAN 
Squadron Commander 



CADET LT. COLONEL W. E. TUCKER 
Executive Officer 



HONORARY CADET COLONEL 

ELLIE LUCKETT 

Sponsor 




CADET MAJOR 

DONALD C. HOLBROOK 

Wing Adjutant 



AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. 



WING STAFF 




CADET MAJOR 

HERSCHEL J. WOOD, JR. 

Wing Operations 




CADET MAJOR 

CLAUDE M. WEAVER, II 

Wing Publicity 




CADET MAJOR 

CARROLL J. MAHONEY 

Wing Inspector 




CADET MAJOR 
BILLY J. BARNES 

Wing Supply 




PACE 312 



CADET MAJOR 

JACK O. MORRISON 

Wing Athletic 



GROUP I STAFF 






CADET LT. COLONEL 
DONALD E. GIOVANNETTI 

Squadron Commander 



CADET MAJOR 
ELGEAN C. SHIELD 

Group Operations 



HONORARY CADET LT. 

COLONEL 
VIRGINIA NICHOLS 

Sponsor 



GROUP II STAFF 






CADET LT. COLONEL 

RAWLAND L. SCOTT 

Squadron Commander 



CADET MAJOR 
TOMMY M. LEDINGHAM 

Group Operations 



HONORARY CADET LT. 
COLONEL JANET LEE 

Sponsor 



GROUP III STAFF 






CADET LT. COLONEL 

HARRY G. SCURLOCK 

Squardron Commander 



CADET MAJOR 

EUGENE GOLDEN 

Group Operations 



HONORARY CADET LT. 

COLONEL 
KATHLEEN KARBACH 

Sponsor 



PAO 313 








CADET MAJOR 
VERNON R. SAGE, 

Squadron Commander 



CADET CAPTAIN 
EMILIO F. GUITERREZ, 

Operations 



CADET FIRST LT. 
JAMES B. KYSER, 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 

AMY JOHNSON 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON A 



AIR FORCE R. O. T. C. 




Front Row: Vernon Ray Sage, Albert L. Lapidus, Morrie K. Abramson, Harold S. Lapidus, Lucien A. Warner, Larry D. Ortolan!, Jesse Tripp Garza, 
John T. Pirkle, Harris B. Labowitz, Maurice B. Bennett, Charles Edmond Holloway, Robert J. Bond (Guidon Bearer). 

Second Row. Emilio Francisco Gutierrez, Aaron Saenz, Edward R. Rathgeber, Forrest J. Moorehead, Marvin B. Kaminsky. Seinwil L. Greenberg. 
Malcolm D. Bailey, James W. Fox, Frank E. Brown, Charles M. Ross, Ramiro M. Garza, Arthur M. Allen. 

Third Row: James B. Kyser, John W. Clark, Linden E. Jones, Alexander W. Booras, David H. Williams, Jr., Don Fly, Charles A. Pilling. Bob A. 
Sharpe, Thomas E. Pullman, George A. Toland, Jerry L. Chastain, Robert A. Bell. 

Fourth Row: P. D. Smith, Hubert H. Ingraham, Jerry R. Hamm, Julian L. Willke, Jr., William O. Breedleve, III, Walter L. Magness, Robert E. 
Cuthrell, Dan P. Black, Jon W. House, Robert H. Constant, Seymon S. Deutsch, Jack H. Murchison. 

Fifth Row: Jack Gilbert Rankin, Robert Lynn Batts Tobin, Jack C. Herndon, Robert P. Kuykendall, Walter W. Holly, Fred Haberle, Stanley A. 
Sherman, Charles H. Rupe, Arthur I. Ungerman, Richard A. Strecker, Jay Terry Pierce, Don W. Goodson. 

Sixth Row: Roy Scott Mills, John Lockman, Robert S. Modlin, Ronald A. S;elinger. William A. Cunningham, Charles A. Machemehl, Tommie M. Lee, 
Joe P. Palmer, Malcolm L. Mazow, James R. Burkhardt, Fred D. Reynolds, George E. Bode. 

Seventh Row: Wallace E. McGee, Claude W. Reynolds, Jr. 



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CADET MAJOR 

HOWARD L. BRA1NIN, 

Squadron Commander 



CADET CAPTAIN 

ERNEST F. CADENHEAD. JR.. 

Operations 



CADET FIRST LT. 
ALBERT C. KYSER, 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 
MARGE HARGROVE 

Sponsor 






SQUADRON B 



AIR FORCE R O. T. C. 




Frnnl RH-.I-: Howard Lee Brainin, Dean H. Perry, Jim E. Bullard. Alan E. Fogelberg, Ted D. Cox, Wesley F. Blankenship. Adolph W. Foeh. Jr., Gill 
Speer. Jr., John D. Croslin, David W. Tees, James N. Blanton, Charles L. Mauch. 

Second Rnw: Ernest F. Cadenhead, Roger E. Joseph. Hamilton L. Shaw. Phillip W. Hawley, Alan E. Huffman. Leonard D. Levine, Patrick Holden. 
Frank E. Cricchio, Morton S. Carson, Robert S. Mayes. Glen T. Williams, Joe H. Daywood. 

Third ROIL: Albert C. Kyser, Gene H. Boyd, Thomas E. Rankin. Roger L. Beery, Louis N. Million, Mack Lynn, Tommy J. Gibson, Joseph W. Wolfe, 
lorn K. Barton. Ronald M. Jackson. Joel Brochstein, Harvey E. Roberts. 

t-<iutth H'r.t : J.niir* Robprt Harris, Robert Lee Carson, Frank J. Marek, Arnold Irvin Prensky. Sam Crowther, Leon Booth, Jr.. Henry Blum, Jack E. 
Hillman. Marshall A. Harrell, Milton A. Mendloviu, Ronald D. Flowers, Bruce L. Rhea. 

Fifth Knit: HJK.III Darwin Joyner, Dan William Crofts, Raymond C. Roane, Charles W. Volek, Mike E. Douglas, Jon D. Totz, Cyrus A. Reeder, Jr., 
Ralph H. Daunherty, Lloyd N. Reitz, James Wilson Griffin. Leonard W. Berman. Charles Curry Pierce. Jr. 

Sixth Rnw: Otto R. Borchers. Mike H. Roberts, Gene C. Lynch, Jack B. DuLaney, Bob E. Reynolds, Gus F. Mutscher, Corbin Lee Snow. William A. 
Prewett, John T. Bates. John M. Wood. John E. Martin. John P. Tatum, Alvin M. Fiieden. 



PACE 315 







CADET MAJOR 
JERRY C. GRAFF 

Squadron Commander 



CADET CAPTAIN 
ARCH H. ROWAN 

Operations 



CADET FIRST LT. 
JACK G. RANKIN 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 

BETTY ERWIN 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON C 



AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. 




Front Row: Jerry C. Graff, Ralph D. Kern, James E. McCutcheon. Gary G. Martin, Robert O. Isham. Thomas J. O'Donnell, William D. Wiser, Wilfred L. 

Rankine. Don H. Musslewhite, Frank S. Manitzas, Bob G. Roden, Pat J. Leonard. 
Second Row: Arch H. Rowan, Jr., Bobby Lynn Robinson, Emmit Alton Koelle, John Alvin Russell. Blair Osmond Bennett, Jerry Benny Milan, Thomas F. 

Turner, George W. Showalter, Thomas E. Fanning, Wilton P. Lock, Joe D. Rubesch. 
Third Rou: Tom Rush Moody, Charles Neual Brewer. Fredric Warren Feist, Burke Burkart. Thomas Dale Caraway, Harley Delbert Wrightt, Thomas Newton 

Williams. William Milton Key, Jimmie Gale Hetherly, Gladstone McLendon Rowe, Robert Franklin Sexton. 
Fourth Row: William Weigler, John R. Bunn, Henry S. James, Ernie W. Tullis, Paul R. Brandt. Homer B. Olsen, Bertram M. Flagel. Wayne A. Robertson, 

Bobby J. Miks, Tommy E. Sanford. 
Fifth Row: William Dodson Johnson. Charles Albert Pace. Jr.. Leonard Harold Von Dohlen. III. Minor Wallace Davis, Jr., John Henry Gresvik, Jr.. Edward 

Wilton Turley, Jr., John Robert Ford, Robert Louis Otto, Bradley Miles. Joseph Michael Askins. 
Sixth Pow: Don P. DeWalch. Tom W. Loney. Ronald E. Tynes, Julius E. Novak, Robert L. Abbott. Sherman A. Thompson. Thomas M. Wise, Robert Don 

Evans, Norman D. Cunningham, Samuel R. Blair. 
Seventh Row: Seth Darnaby Breeding, Stanley Jack Krist. Lester Kerby Ward-n, Howard Sturdivant Barksdale. Richard C. Johnson, James Howard Lee. John 

W. Davidson, Joe Marshall Young, Robert A. Sundholm. 



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CADET MAJOR 

NEYLAND F. ALLEN, JR. 

Squadron Commander 



CADET FIRST LT. 

JERRY D. GORE 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 
JUDY EHMAN 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON D 

AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. 




> 

'Front Ron: Raymond Floyd Perner, James Wilson Harman, James Joseph Gaffney, William John Collier, Earl Edmnnd Weyrick, James Lester McNeely, 
Ernest Caldwell Woods, Jimmy Edward Banks, Pat Huey Hajek, Leonard Marcus Johnson. Van Marcus Williams, Thomas Lee Dahl. 

Second Ron-: Jerry Dillard Gore, Joe B. Skeen, Homer Cuellar, Minor E. Pounds, John P. Douglass, Charles E. Miller, David G. Williams, Gerald L. Brown, 
Kenneth W. Lyons, James T. Darwin. James B. Blanton. 

Third Rmi: Jimmie Vance Stovall Jerry E. Mann, Richard H. James, Billy D. Dean, Frederic D. Sewell, Thomas N. Wimberly, Kenneth R. Brookshire, 

Jess B. Alford, Sidney M. Willhelm, Anthony G. Brocato. 
h:iurth R,i;,: Reece Thomas Thornton. Jr.. George Randall Hammond. John Charles Edwards, Dudley Durward Hale, Jr., Hal E. Hurlbert, Jr.. Charles 

Allen Bankston. James Francis Eades. Paul Wi'liam Harper, Lester Barry Palmer. 
Fi/th Rou 1 : Joe Paul Walters, William Davis Ingram, Kenneth Ray Farabee. Tony A. Kazen, Jim E. McKnight, Edward John Landry, Jack C. Williams, 

Mickey V. Lewis. James Martin Shellon, Jr., James Chris Miller. 
Sixth Ron: Morton B. Seline. David P. McGlamery. Lee W. Coleman, Larry B. Hughes. Frank B. Clayton, Jcrald L. Oaks, William P. Staehely. Malcolm 

R. Gregory, Tom M. O'Brien. Arthur A. Wisdkowsky. 

Sei-enth Rou: John B. Starkey. Paul M. KietTer. Charles M. Little. John R. Howard, Donild P. While. Don E. MaharTey. Bob E. Fisher. James R. Dowdy, 
Frank E. Brock. David R. Jackson. 



PACE 317 







CADET MAJOR 

WILLIAM H. FLEMING 

Squadron Commander 




CADET CAPTAIN 

LEONARD KAROTKIN, JR. 

Operations 



CADET FIRST LT. 
RICHARD H. PARKER 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 

SANDRA MAYFIELD 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON E 



AIR FORCE R O. T. C. 




Front Row: William Harvey Fleming. Arthur Paul Peterson. Robert Lee Swearingen, Alfred Nelson McCarter, George Frederick Molhusen. Richard Raymond 

Garza, Edward Thomas O'Rourke, Harold Theodore Reigie, Jose Eduardo Alcaicle, Donald Wilson Carpenter. Sherman Paine Macdaniel. 
Second Row: Leonard Karotkin. Jr., Jerry D. Keen, Albert F. Muller, Don L. Telkamp, Phil W. Priestley, Larry W. Smith, Harvey S. Golob, William 

J. Christie, Raymond C. Rapp, John R. ThornhiH. 
Third Row: Richard H. Parker. Charles W. Spencer, Leonard P. Lawes. Phill S. Prutch. Jack R. Hill, John B. Andrews, John C. Boase. William A. 

Lichty, Franklin D. Bollman, Karl E. Brown, Ben I. Gomez, Jean E. Rozzell. 
Fourth Row: Al McAllister. Frank Schmidt. Jr., Howard Smitty Johnson. Roy D. Baldwin, Robert C. Townsend, Larry W. Anderson. James A. Pakenham. 

Bill B. Pryor, Shearn Moody, Jr., Gerald L. Peterson, Tom E. Davies. 
Fifth Row: Eliseo Rangel, Jr., Joe F. Harrison, George Joe Petrus, Bill J. Derrick, Thomas L. Hail. Robert W. Holliday, Jon R. Tate. Don W. Hanley, 

David C. Parker, Michael C. Robinson, Paul F. Dickard. 
Sixth Row: Dan R. Skinner. Willis J. Rebsch, John H. Williams, Jerry D. Griffin, Dave L. Anderson, Charles J. Turner, Everett A. Roberts, Guy E. 

Draughon, Roger L. Conger. 
Seventh Row: Raymond A. Post. Jr., Joe H. Cook. Furman C. Ferrell, Gilbert Ford, Charles B. Swanner, Stanley Hooper, Jr., James D. Henderson. 

Richard M. Peacock, Boyd A. Patton. 



PACE 318 








CADET MAJOR 

LUTCHER B. SIMMONDS 

Squadron Commandft 



CADET CAPTAIN- 
GENE C. DOTY 
Operation* 



CADET FIRST LT. 
REGINALD A. PATTILLOS 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 
ELEANOR GREER 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON F 



AIR FORCE R. O. T. C. 




l-r:,nl Ho;,: Lutcher B. Simmons. Thomas M. Ware. Dolph B. H. Simon. Philip G. Schimmel. Melo Miteff, Robert L. Schlumpf, Martin R. Hawk. Johnny V. 
Piraino. Thomas G. Wood. Richard Hernandez, Phil K. Chatman. 

Second Ro:,: Gene C. Doty. Louis T. Ward, John K. Gray. Jay H. Perry, William J. Graves, Fred V. Wolford, Richard A. Williams, William D. Edwards, 
James A. Harriss. Al M. Garcia. 

Third Ro:,: Reginald A. 1'attillos. Jon B. Allen, Mack W. Jefferson, George P. Sarrafian, William S. Brown, Robert N. Katz, Thomas W. Perteet. Robert 
E. Allen. Donn S. Noland. Sterling C. Robertson. 

Fourth Ron-: Elmo Lopez. James D. Rollins. Robert G. Wilson, Jack E. Shrix-er, Joseph E. Cox. Preston Moore, Harrison N. Bowes. Joe J. Vuillemin. Jimmie 
W. Warren. Ernest L. Crumpacker. 

Filth Rmr: Samuel H. Vester, Clyde H. Gordon, Tommy R. Ward. Elliott Z. Cohen. Nicholas L. Howard. William W. Gibson. Jr., William C. Cantwell 
Robert C. Westerfeldt. Leon Gilbert Halden. Henry E. Kerry. 

Sixth Ran-: William A. Weeks. J<-el L. Carson. Wilton R. Stone, Virgil S. Rabb, Frank H. Goldsberry. James M. Tenney. Neal A. Hawthorn. Jr., Virgil R 
Hughes. Robert D. Wilkes. 

Seventh Rnu: Douglas W. Howell. Daniel A. Langford, Charles E. Largent. Bill W. D. McLean. Roy B. Fisher. Lewis E. Brooks, John H. Tyler, James R. 
MrDermott. Charles F. Stahl. 



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CADET MAJOR 
DONALD J. HAND 

Squadron Commander 



CADET CAPTAIN 
WENDELL L. HERRON 

Operations 



CADET FIRST LT. 

JESS G. HAMMOCK 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 

ANN CHIPMAN 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON G 



AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. 




alii 



Jack Donald Blanlon. Robert Gurdu 



Front Ron:: Donald Joe Hand, Terry Donald Garland, Gerald B. Ray. Edwin Hearst Blackwell. Glen C. T( 

Mickey, Russell Gardner Sharp, Leland Courtney Caldwell, Juan P. Martinez, Morgan H. Mitchell. 
Second Row: Wendell L. Herron. Robert D. Burck, Robert T. Moncrief, Joe V. Boerner, Herbert Ostroff, Kenneth W. Horton. Alvin L. Borchardt, Clark J. 

Connolly, John R. Gowan, Edgar E. Sanders, Charles L. Streusand. Milburn E. Nutt. 
Third Row: Jess G. Hammock. Roque A. Garza. William S. Luttrell, Rob->rt P. Thomas. Eugene L. Ames, Thomas J. Hoyt, Richard R. Sanders, Leopold P. 

Danze, Sam C. Hamilton, Leslie J. Strieber, William B. Scott, Virgil E. Cammack. 
Fourth Row: Clyde R. Littlefield, Laurens B. Fish, Walter M. Stischer, George S. Robertson. Goodridge V. M. Minton, Oliver E. Bradshaw, Marshall W. 

Mullens, Richard O. Womack, Miles D. Wilson, Robert L. Oliver, Max E. Thornhill. Frank W. Cass. 
Fifth Row: Laurence G. Wright. Hubert H. Strom, David H. Thomas, Chailes C. Springer, Edward H. Gatlin, Jack C. Kidd, Benny M. Hill, Kenneth L. 

Fehlis, Lawrence V. Taylor, Harold E. Levy, Gerald M. Rafshoon, Curtis J. Gilmore. 
Sixth Row: William H. Clark, Roy C. Newman, William S. Sickles, Sam E. Murphy. Richard S. Hitt. Sterling E. Burgdorg. Lloyd S. Ke'.nun, Moise A. 

Axelrad, Patton H. Caldwell, James D. McClintock, Dudley A. Chatham. 
Seventh Row: Clinton L. Houy, Claude D. Sparkman, Thomas V. Thompson, Ralph H. Garden. Frank L. Ivey, Floyd E. Bennett. Hugh M. Hornsby, III, 

Richard E. Schleicher, Tom M. Leach, Sherman A. Kusin. 



PVJE 32 







CADET MAJOR 
GEORGE T. STURCH 
Squadron Commander 



CADET CAPTAIN 
JAMES H. LAUDERDALE 

Operations 



CADET FIRST LT. 

D. R. JACKSON 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 
MARTINE FLOYD 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON H 



AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. 




l-'ntnt Ron : (itMiriM* Thomas Sturch, Bill Ed Talley, Alvin William Ellington, Bryant A. Ficken, James E. Brill, Jerry T. Chandler, Don G. Canteson, 

Ri( hard L'. Simon. Harold D. Colwick, Peter D. Bennett, Cameron L. Hoover, Thomas C. Clowe. 
Second Rnn: James H. Lauderdale. Adolph I. Ramon, John B. Glidden, James L. Greenwood, Joe E. Russo, William W. Chapman. Marion J. Borchers. 

1'hillip J. Miller, Lowell K. Millkan. Harold M. Eisen. John J. Thomas, Johnny Hernandez. 
Third Ron: James K. Niclcerson, Benny R. Cooper, Robert F. Parker, Gene L. Naegelin, Robert L. Rieger, Donald L. Barnlnrt, David B. Lowther, 

Robert M. Lewis. Donald L. Connelly, Mark B. Cawihron, Glynn D. Buie. 
Fourth Rnu: William F. Hopkins, Jr., Leonard W. Raif. William E. Gilchrist, Robert Hal Watkins. Frank Robert Black, Robert L. Coghlin, Don A. 

Hart. Buddy B. Stevenson. Oliver D. Hailey, Leon M. Black. 
Fifth Rott: Dabney Wharion Coleman. Jerry Frank Moffitt. David Robert Webb. Jerome Alan Bader. Jimmy C. Durbin. Harold Isadore Zweig, Leo Wayne 

Tosh, Dick Miller. Clyde Lemuel Brother*. Jr., Pat G. Hedfccoxe, Arnold Melvin Barban. 
Si\th Rtiu : Ben Gerald Scallorn. James Fowler Reaves. Max D. Allen. Paul |ohn Herrmann, Jr., David R. Butler, Garry V. Smith. Joe Thomas Bunch. 

Richard Curry Giles, Randolph Frederick Wheless. Risher Randall. Charles E. Taylor. 
Sc re nth Ro:t: Patrick Henry Power, Richard Franklin Ford, Michael Stuart Brunner, Tommy Marion Snow, Tom Day Smith, Sam Charles Undshaw. 

Fred A. Skidmore. Warren R. Lilly, Joe B. Mr Master. James D. Hunter. 



P*OK 321 







CADET MAJOR 
WILLIAM C. ABBEY, 
Squadron Commander 



CADET CAPTAIN 

OWEN D. GOODMAN, 

Operations 



CADET FIRST LT. 

FREDERICK W. FEIST, 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 
SALLY JORDAN, 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON I 



AIR FORCE R O. T. C. 




Front Row: William Carl Abbey, Cecil A. Morgan, James M. McVey, Ronald C. Grossman, Paul William Nordyke, Charles E. Hare, Richard B. Gibboney, 

Jose Adan Trevino, James Harlan Kaplan, John R. McDonald, Thomas Morgan Hammond, Thomas Allen Eades. 
Second Row: Owen D. Goodman, George A. Scaling, Don R. Reimers, Edwin E. Fisher, Simon \V. Henderson. Walter Guttman, Robert R. Budd. 

William F. Trafton, Charles D. Brown, Ralph E. Hagood, John R. Tinsley. 
Third Row: D. Winfred Tyler, E. Edwin Cortes, George H. Sauer. Charles R. Tabor, Joel H. Pullen, Richard B. Austin, James M. Cavender, Albert 

Scott Taylor, Jim Floyd Miller, Robert Albert Miller, Aubrey Douglas Gearner. 
Fourth Row: Gilbreth Denton Adams, William Aldridge Cline, Ben A. Terry, Alfred Gregory Callow, Roy Datus Sharp Jr. Charles C Kubin Glen 

Henry Price, William D. Ridley, Richard F. Little, Carroll Lynn Reed, James Carroll Jones. 
Fifth Row: Philemon P. Moss, Maurice C. Hans, Jack H. Little, Everett H. Wilson. Edward E. Scheig, Malcolm T. Kitchens, Thomas E. Black, Maury 

A. Lloyd, Richard L. Berger, Robert G. Honeycutt, Frank D. Walker. Lonnie C. Weir. 
Sixth Row: Ray Griffin, George R. Adams, Charles D. Gilbreath. Elmer O. Brumble, III, Frankie D. Mattison, Kennard D. Miller, Roger N. Ayres, 

William E. Baldwin, Joseph S. Carson, Howard D. Moon, James W. Baldridge. 
Seventh Row: James Alan Feibelman, Judd Miller. Jr.. Donald H. Kobe. Ralph Emerson Fair, Jr., James K. Jones. Samuel Vaughan Stone, Jr.. Don 

Wright Meek, Glendon F. Bushong, Leighton Keith Younger, Monroe N. Charpentier, Sidney M. Holland, C. T. Stolhandske, Billy P. Powell. 



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CADET MAJOR 
VANCE M. HENDRICKS 

Squadron Commander 



CADET CAPTAIN 

JAMES E. FORBIS 

Operations 



CADET FIRST LT. 

JOE E. VAUGHN 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 

GRETA NISSEN 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON K 



AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. 




Front Row: Vance Malcolm Hendrii K William F. Bain. Wendell B. Worle 

S. Stewart Frazer, Jim M. Clark, Herman E. Roberson. Donald Rose 
Second Rmt: James Edwin Forbis. Robert C. Wolter. Daniel Nicholas Baile 

Page. William A. Thienes, Allen J. Becker, Robert O'Conor, Jr., Fra 
Third Rmi: Joe Earl Vauifhan. Jerome S. Wilkenfeld, M. Reed Gilmore, Ro 

Talley. Donald D. Green. Robert S. Griffin. James H. Keahey. 
fourth Ron: David T. Blackstock. William C. Ward. Richard H. Hall, To 

D. Doty. V.umlm D. Malnry. Claude F. Williamson. 
Fifth Ran-. Walter E. Hale. Joe H. Tanner. Tommy W. Jackman. Worley W 

H. Elli> Allan L. Rosen. Monroe Northrop. Julian P. Kornfeld. 
Sixth Ron: Harry Lee Douty. Dun Kirby Miller. Henry Neil Easley. Joel D 

Lewis S. Frapart, John R. Knaggs. John M. Rogstad. 
Si;enth Ro;, ; Stewart A. Bonnett. John P. Wymer. Robert R. Gribble. Albe 

Ralph D. Tatum. Joe O. Sim>. William W. DeWitt, Ronald A. Patton. 



y, David K. Smith, Billy D. Hayden, Richard C. Webb. Bennett E. Greenfield, 

nfield. Jerry C. Gilmore. 

y, Harry R. Sharpless, Jr., Arturo D. Torres, Ronald C. Keller, Claude D. 

nklin C. McGaughy. 

bert Z. Eanes, Newton B. Schwartz, Luther Luck. Tim Morrow, D. James 

mmy M. Fuller, Ed L. Teer, Tom A. Jungman, Gerre E. Hancock. Robert 
ilson, George M. Thomas, Charles Warren Goehringer, Stan S. Studer. Oren 
avid Toole. Franklin Donald Keller, Howard Glazbrook, Charles B. Howard. 
rt J. Nowotny, Bob D. Woodall, David D. Cowan. Fred W. Slernenberg, 



PAOI 323 







CADET MAJOR 
RICHARD F. LOVE, 

Squadron Commander 



CADET CAPTAIN 
RICHARD D. BEASLEY, 

Operations 



CADET FIRST LT. 
FRANKLIN H. KOHUTEK, 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 

ANNETTA CLARK, 

Sponsor 



SQUADRON L 



AIR FORCE R. O. T. C. 




Front Row: Richard Franklin Love, Leslie Pittman White, Elic Garland Sanders, Leslie Alexander McLaren, Bobby Cleve Ray. Bennv Hat Reeves. Frank 
William Zimmerman, Jr., Dooato Rodriquez, Jr., Irwin Weldon Coleman, Jr., David Scott Ferguson, Joe David Foster, Neil Darrel Cox, Warren 
Clayton Hemphill. 

Second Row: Richard Donald Besley. Edward Morgan Bennett. William Dorsey Parker, Jr., Frederick Bauer, Richard Jay London, Charles Craig Woodson. 

Sam Neuman, Edmund Richard Handorf, David A. Gelfer, Herbert E. Hargis, Louis S. Polsky. 
Third Row: Leslie E. Bell, Hershel Wayne Anderson, Richard L. Bourland, Larry R. Hensarling, George A. Yonge, George H. Kolb, Thomas H. Ducote, 

Joe Canales, Bobby Joe Strickland, Dave M. Ussery, Charles E. Dunn. 

Fourth Row: Joseph Stuart Brand, John Allen Watson, R. Fred Beeler, Wallace Lionel Pellerin, John David Roche, Jim Pufal, Marvin Vernon Harlow, 

Jr., Vernon L. helmke, Max P. Gardner, Charles R. Morgan, Billy Frank Strickland. 
Fifth Row: Robert L. Blumenthal, Eugene M. Allen, William K. Brookshire, Jack M. Ransom, Charlie B. Whitecotton, Coleman H. Gulley, Thomas 

F. Kelly, Walter A. Hogan, Joseph S. Starkey, Tom R. Gambrell, Joe B. Golden, Bobby R. Raley. 
Sixth Row: Samuel Roy Bergman. John Edwin Redmon, George Albert Gage, Charles William Oldham, Johnson Andrew Jenkins, Richard Dean Thompson, 

Percy Lee Smith, Robert J. Bice, David D. Bruton, Roddy R. Rogers, Walter B. Bond. 
Seventh Row: Tommy Rav Wallace, John F. Buenz, Burton V. Perrine, Kenneth F. Wells, Benis G. Lee, James F. Carter, Harold G. O'Dell. Lynwood 

C. Krause, Charles R. Billings. 



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CADET MAJOR 
LOUIS G. NKl M ANN. 
Squadron Commander 






CADET CAPTAIN 

BARTLETT COCKE, III, 

Operations 



CADE! FIRST LT. 

J. W. DAVIDSON, 

Adjutant 



HONORARY CADET MAJOR 
BETSY BELL 



SQUADRON M 



AIR FORCE R O. T. C. 







Front Ron.-: Louis G. Neumann, Morton A. Glazer, Carlos F. Diaz, Louis A Vuillcmin. Richard B. Caruthers, James F. Huitt. Howard W. Hudspeth. 
Pete R. Acosta, Joe A. Brown, Robert A. Rasmussen, Craig B. Si union*. Roy D. Stanford, Howard Jacobs. 

Stcond Row: Bartlett Cocke, III. Jacob H. Stillman. Frank T. Hilton, Robert L. Towery, Joseph ChasnofT. Thomas H. Connelly, Clough Shelton, III, 
Thomas E. Breedlove, John R. Brodnax, Jr., Grover C. Halliburton, Sam L. Farrow, Max E. Taylor. 

Third Roa: Robert E. Smith, Floyd B. McFarland. Bill Canales, Lloyd J. Duncan. J?mes E. SetlifT. Edgar Watkins, Patrick O'Bannon McShane, Earl 
Norman Brasfield. Robert Charles Halsell, Robert Arlen Nickel, Kenneth Neal Sayer. 

Fourth Rou : : Jerome Jarger, William Easley, Joseph H. Flaig. Richard P. N^vitt, H. Neil Singleton. Jerry J. Prideaux, Edwin R. Jordan. Robert W. 
Bechtcl, Cecil T. Mathews, Charles E. Whitesides. Fred J. O'Connor. 

Fifth Rou-: Harris J. Weingarten. Joe H. Siptak. Don W. Davis. Jack S. Morrison, George T. Ward, Noel F. Roebuck. Frank E. Shoup. James R. 
Cravens, Kcllon L. Brewer, Gerald P. D'Arcy, Ewell L. Tankersley. 

Sixth Ron". Leonard B. Plummer, Jr.. Kenneth E. Brougher, Travis R. McCage, Kendal T. Rogers. F. Richard Jones. Douglas L. Buchanan. Jimmy L. 
B<well. William R. Aduim. Larry (',. He-. Robert A. Anderson. 

Saenth Rou : Bruce Edward Jones. Jay Edgar Garth. Ripley H. Hunter, Al F. Curry. William M. Byrd. William E. Foster. 



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R.O.T.C. BAND 




CADET CAPTAIN 

MARION S. GRIFFITH, JR. 

Director 



CADET CAPTAIN 
CICERO C. CRUTCHFIELD 

Librarian 





CADET FIRST LT. 

ALFRED L. RUEBEL, III 

Adjutant 



CADET FIRST LT. 

LOUIS WARREN 

Drum Major 




front Row: Louis L. Warren, Ann Byargeon, Jim E. Rogers, Tommy Economy, William G. Baskin, Clarke Covington, Thomas R. Moser, Keith R. Grimes, 

William A. Berry, John E. Barnes, John L. Sanders, Theo L. Polasek, Marion S. Griffith, Major Fed G. Magnes. 
Second Row: Cicero C. Crutchfield, Alfred L. Ruebel, John W. Dooley, Barry G. Gear, Jack R. Lacy, Herman C. Bieri, Ronald C. Brinkoeter, Hugh D. 

Orr, Wayne A. Munson, Ireneo Gutierrez, Jr., Aubrey C. Dunbar, Don W. Reed. 
Third Ron-: Claude W. Goldsmith, Richard C. Leech, Jack M. Vaught, William P. Jobes. Murray E. Tayior, Sims A. Buckley, Morgan V. Raines, Sidney C. 

Stewart, Perry J. Fulkerson, Billy G. Trimble. 
Fourth Row: Tom Price, Jr.. Philip A. Nelson, Morris B. Penner. Kenneth E. Guyer. Jr.. William W. Morris, Woody C. Barren, Leon Musil, Andrew R. 

Payne. Edward H. Ling, John V. Cline. 
Fifth Row: RJchard W. Moore, Elaine D. Esmond, Joe D. Tupin, Walton D. Hood, Paul L. Sabberger, Skip H. E. Bohn. Marshall Simmons, George Van Cleave, 

E. E. Bishop, Cart T. Levander. 
Sixth Row: Frank J. Montalbano, George A. Shafen, Louis J. Michulka. Walter R. Werlla, Kenneth M. Pinson, David Gosalvez, James C. Orr, Melvin R. 

Blumberg. Robert S. Collins. Alvin D. Blumberg. 
Seventh Row: Hugo A. Walter, Glenn E. Moye, Claude L. Wiggins, William J. M. Thomas, William N. Yeager, William A. Henry, William O. Doctorman, 

Jean Geron. John C. Rainey, Charles C. Chapman. 
Eighth Raw: James P. Hart. Jr., William C. Langford, Jr.. Valmer Norrod, John C. Herrera, Jr., Harold C. Brantley, Jr. 

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ORANGE WINGS 
DRILL TEAM 



< \l)i:i CAPTAIN 

Jl LIAN V. HORWITZ 

Commanding 






CADET FIRST LT. 
WILLIAM J. WRIGHT 

Extcvtive 



HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN 

VIRGINIA TUCKY RYAN 

Sponsor 




CADET SGT. 

JOHN LEWIS IRELAND 

Guideon Rearer 



CADET SGT. 

WILLIAM D. BRYCE 

First Sgl. 



REGORYGYMNAJIUM 




Front Ron-: Julian Victor Horwit/, Virginia T. Ryan, Charles J. Stalmach, G. H. Lampley, Ronald D. Garrett, Robert H. Acock, Tom R. Edwards, Ronald 

G. Rekart, William B. Post. David E. Campbell. Joe Lewis Ireland, Lt. Col, George E. Bartlint;, M/Sgt. Robert Fairlee. 
Second Rate: William J. Writcht. Sheldon Anisman, Jackie D. Stewart. Tom K. Massey. David E. Beals, Lee M. Slaughter, James S. Swearingen, Forrest H. 

Aiiiswnrth. Kail J. En^le. James D. Hill. Rogers Ortiz, Ira J. Dolich. 
Third Ron : H. (). Smith. William J. Whim. Earl J. Nesbitt. Roland E. Dahlin. Vernon T. San ford. Jr., Charles A. Gorman, Joel S. Brand. David H. Hunter. 

Thomas P. Lamb. 
fourth Ron: John R. Durio. Humboldt C. Mandril, William P. Breeding, Marvin Kaplan, Jack C. Clark, Kirby Taylor. Johnny R. Novosad, Ricardo M. 

Villarreal, Douglas R. Dreggors. William D. Bryce. 



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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 




Front Rmc: Leonard Karot- 
kin, Carroll Jack Mahoney, 
Donald E. Giovannetti. Wil- 
liam Carl Abbey, James 
Edwin Forbes. 

Second Ron-: Emilio Francisco 
Gutierrez. Jack O. Morri- 
son , Vernon Ray Sage , 
Harry G. Scourlock. Claude 
Madison Weaver, Billy Jean 
Barnes. Owen Dale Good- 
man. 

Third Row: Fredrick Warren 
Feist, Jack Gilbert Rankm. 
Louis Gordon Neuman, 
Vance M. Hendricks, Alfred 
Louis Ruebel, Donald Joe 
Hand. 

Fourth ROIL: Richard Howard 
Parker, Donald Carter Hoi- 
brook, Elgean C. Shield, 
Richard Franklin Love, 
Tommy Max Ledingham, 
George Thomas Sturch. 



RIFLE TEAM 



Front Row: S/Sgt. E. D. 
CHne. Joseph H. Daywood, 
Harold T. Riegle. 

Second Row: Richard F. 
Love, James F. Swearingen, 
Alphonso Garcia. 



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Cadet Captain Julian Horwotz and the Orange Wines 
Drill Team of the Air Force present arms. 

Sponsors after receiving their commissions are: (front 
row) Marge Hargrove, Annetta Clark, Greta Nissen, Judy 

i "!?"' ^ r ^ recr> Ann B y ar g e n, Betsy Bell, Marline 
Floyd, Miss Dorothy Gebauer; (second row) Betty Erwin, 
Kathy Karbach, Tucky Ryan, Sandra Mayfield, Sally Jordan, 
Elhe Luckett, Ann Chipman, and Gina Nichols. 

A group at the Air Force Ball: Cadet Major Jim Wood 
and date, Cadet Colonel Bill Patman, Francis Fitchett, Cadet 
Major Lutchcr Simmons, Cadet Lt. Colonel Bill Tucker Mar- 
garet Ann Pierce Sue Trigg, Cadet Major Madison Weaver 
Captain F. E. Peebles. 



P A a S e i, pr ? en j ed at the Air Force Ball: Honorary 

Cadet Majors Sally Jordan, Greta Nissen, Sandra Mavfield, 

Martinc Floyd Ann Chipman, Eleanor Greer, Annetta Clark 
Judy Ehman Betty Erwin, Marge Hargrove, Amy Johnson 

r,H', r't* Vpi? ol ? nc Kathy Karbach ' Win * s P nsor 
Cadet Colonel Elhe Luckett. 

Cadets and dates enjoy the Ball. 

Presenting the Armed Services (combined) Band. 

And the Air Force Intramural football team. 



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Air Force Wing Commander, Staff, and Color Guard 
march on to Memorial field in pre-game ceremonies. 

Cadet Colonel Bill Patman receives the Air Force medal 
for Most Outstanding Cadet. Left to right: Col. E. E. Mc- 
Kesson, Col. Edmundson, Patman, Cadet Major Don Holbrook. 

The Air Force is on the left at the pre-game ceremonies 
at the SMU game. 

Group III shot of squadrons and staff. Left to right: 
Cadet Major Carl Abbey, Sally Jordan, Cadet Major Jack 
Mahoney, Cadet Lt. Colonel Harry Scurlock, Kathy Karbach. 

A gathering after the presentation of the Air Force medal: 
Cadet Col. Bill Patman, Cadet Major Holbrook, Cadet Lt. Col. 
Bill Tucker, Col. Edmundson, Col. E. E. McKesson, Lt. Col. 
Bartling, Lt. Col. Cox. 

Squadron H at attention in pre-game ceremony. Cadet 
Maj. George Sturch, commanding, Hon. Cadet Major Martino 
Floyd, sponsor. 

Air Force R.O.T.C. cadets march in the Governor's 
Inauguration Parade. 



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STAFF 



Housemother 
Counselor . 
Counselor . 



FRANCES SHELTON 
PAT MARQUARDT 
CLARIS CLICK 




OFFICERS 

Chairman of All Campus Advisor Council . 

President of Andrews 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



NORA ALICE CRITTENDEN 
NANCY ANN CHILTON 
DIANA KLOTZ 
JOANNA REEVES 



ADVISORS 



Nancy Ann Chilton 
Marjorie Ann Cramer 
Nora Alice Crittenden 
Donna Evelyn Davis 
Joe Anne Erickson 
Doris May Forman 
Ailsa J. Galvin 
Diana Klotz 
Mary Jo Mathison 



Mara Kay Moxom 
Patricia Agnes Paton 
Gwendolyn Geneva Quillium 
Joanna Reeves 
Mary Jo Riley 
Myrtis Cornelia Sealy 
Beverly Phyllis Schwartz 
Betty Ann Thompson 




Front Row: Gloria Irene Hatcher, Dorothy Ellen Huffman, Barbara Ricker, Pat Dickey, Janis Ladewig, Jean Yardas, Patricia Jean Matzke, Francys Virginia 

Hilton, Irene Sicro, Elaine Avera. Jeanine Ross, Jo Ann Downer, Harriot Haynes, Bessie Rae Beicher, Martha Stephanie Aden. 
Second Row: Jo Reeves, Natalie Newman, Josephine Haynie, Mary B. Spitzer, Margaret Kovach, Bobby Ann French, Carol Ann McBride, Gwendolyn Hutton, 

Catherine Rogowski. 
Third Row: Frida Ellen Struve, Georgia Christine Fadal, Lorna Jean Jackson, Norma June Jackson, Gwendolyn Geneva Quillian. Diana Jane Klotz, Nancy 

Lee Summers, Mary Jo Riley, Myrtis Cornelia Sealy, Betty Ann Giese, Theresa Estelle Gilmore, Charlotte Gunter, Joe Anne Ericson, Helen Frances Gott. 
Fourth Row: Donna Evelyn Davis, Julia Elizabeth Galbraith, Barbara Marcia Roth, Etoile Margaret Aicorn. Shirley Jean Rosenberg. Kay Dupuy. Nancy Gail 

Cooper, Beverly Loree Harris, Isabelle Burow, Patricia Ann Lasater, Emily Jean Allen, Elizabeth Ann Bailey, Nora Alice Crittenden. Doris May Forman. 
Fifth Row: Reva Steinberg. Blakely Ann Hill. Nancy Chilton, Mary Jo Mathison, Mary Frances Mount, Shirley Elizabeth Yarinytcm. Doris Rudell Bletsch. 

Charlotte Ann Smith. 
Sixth Row: Kay Suzanne Leonard, Georgia Nutt. Louise Marie Miears, Joan Cloud, Pat Paton, Barbara E Lane, Julia Ann Lane. Joan Tompkins, Peggy 

Dougherty. Helen Elizabeth Thompson. 
Seventh Row: Leska Barton, Marjorie Cramer. 



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STAFF 



Counseling Supervisor . 

Counselor 

Counselor 



OFFICERS 



House Chairman 
V ice-Chairman 
Secretary . 
Reporter 



JULIA W. RINE 
GRACE ANN M ALONE 
ALICE LAINE 



NINA E. PUGH 
ALICE MAE WESTBROOK 
CAROLYN KAPLAN 
JACKIE G. WARDLAW 



UPPERCLASS ADVISOR OFFICERS 

Chairman R- JOYCE WOODLAND 

Vice-Chairman MARIAN A. WILLIAMS 

Secretary M. JANET SUTTON 

Treasurer . . . NINA E. PUGH 



Thomasine A. Bynum 
Barbara E. Carroll 
Patricia Carter 
Dorothy Deaver 
Kathleen E. Duncan 



ADVISORS 
Darby J. Ehlerr 
Hannah Garen 
Carolyn Kaplan 
Beverly McCabe 
Patricia M. Miller 



Nina E. Pugh 
M. Janet Sutton 
Norma Jean Waddell 
Marian A. Williams 
R. Joyce Woodland 




Roa: L. 



Smith, Carolyn Kaplan, Barbara Elaine Carroll, Mildred Janet Sutton, Mi 



ijorir Am 
Jo McCa 



Merinttton. Vlasia Louise Zobal. Vera Mae Ottinger, 

Joan Breta Provus, Rosalyn Joyce Berger, Ethlyn Rose Freytag, Joan Edwards, Beverly Jo McCabe, Ann Webb, Mary Zoe IngersoD. 
Second Row: Norma Jeanne Waddell, Dorothy Inge Deaver. Barbara Ann Royall, Carolyn Hilda Brandenberger, Carolyn Ann Coe, Ruth Wanda Reagan. 

Nancy Jean Massey, Jean McCullough, Bonita Belle Naihaus, Patsy Ann Miller, Jackie Gwen Wardlaw, Tommie Lou Russell, Judy Jule Ehman, 

Maxine Knight Noble. 
Third Row: Thomasine A. Bynum, Doris Corine Casey, Barbara Lynn Scheffler. Mary Louise Campbell, Mary Margaret Carr, Nancy Marie SkHes, Joan 

Elizabeth Lyon, Nancy Anne Stevens, Marilyn Ethel Woltering, Marcia Waldron, Peggy Jane Rowe. 
Fourth Row: Nina Eleanor Pugh, Betty Carolyn Rhodes, Katheryn Louise Davis, Caroline R. Scrivner, Barbara Wofford, Patricia Anne Erwin, Margaret 

Anne Adams, Elizabeth Dai ran Garrett, Wanagene Rita Morgan, Nina Ruth Cooper, Marjorie Ann Bunge. 
Fifth Row: Ann Gabrielle Dorsey, Sandra Kay Gingrich. Sara Jean Kay, Martha V. Hutchinson, Lucille N. Ray, Patricia Jane McDonald, Darby Jean 

Ktilrrv Phyllis F. Ripps, Elise Sanders, Margie Darrah, Grace Anne Malone. Ann Elizabeth Chipman, Alice Katherlne Laine, Emily Joyce Henderson, 

Alice Mae Westbrook. 



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Director 



STAFF 

MARTHA GAVIN 




HOUSE COUNCIL 

President . . Lois INEZ MENDLE 



Katherine Mary Anthony 
Ann Clore 
Nancy Jean Gillett 
Gretchen Patricia Kuhlman 



Freida Fern Kull 
Josephine Mclnnis 
Patsy Ruth Sengel 
Frances June Smith 




/Von/ Row: Bennie Lee Fowler. Peggy Juan Triplet!. Joeene Nan Foley. Charlotte 
Nolley, Freida Fern Kull. Evelyn Lianne Smith, Josephine Mclnnis. 



Jamie Clegg Maverick, Shirley Jane YVooc 



Second Row: Mary Ogden Schultz, Jamee Ellen Ewing. Helen Jeanette Hildebrand. Audrey Lee Brians. Wayne Frances Crockett. Ann Elaine Arick. J-oan 
Dumbauld. Martha Ann Hartman. Marilyn Jo Cannon. Carol Rae Markland, Jerodine April Johanson, Virginia Constans, Helen Bernice Hall, Lois 
Inez Mendle. 

Third Row: Alice Ann Hutson. Mary Ruth McGee, Nancy Jean Gillett. Evelyn Jane Foreman, Joann Elizabeth Lawton. Mary Beth Roche. Barbara Ann 

Earth, Patsy Ruth Sengel. Shirley Jo Marble. Joi Hicks. Margaret McK-nzie, Alys Mae Holden. 

Fourth Row: Frances Katherine Remschel. Frances June Smith. Gretchen Patricia Kuhlmann. Christa Marie Sykes. Mary Lureen White, Charlie Ann iTredwell. 

Martha Lucile Blackman. Sally Elizabeth Tucker. 



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MEMBERS 



George Edward Allen 
John Boyette Andrews 
Jack Leon Barton 
Robert Allen Bell 
Randolph Biesenbach 
Charles Robert Billings 
Meredith Leon Black 
John Melvin Blackwell 
Ronald Dale Beauford 
George William Bostick 
Gene Hodnett Boyd 
Chester E. Bradley, Jr. 
Sam Bradshaw 
Joseph Phillip Branch 
Charles Nueal Brewer 
James Alfred Brewer 
Frank Edgar Brock 
James Howard Brooks 
Jim Gene Brownhill 
Wayman White Buchanan 
Wade Harry Burke 
Ferdinand John Burket 
Dougal A. Cameron 
Howard Franklin Carroll 
William Aldridge Cline, Jr. 
James Vincent Coats 
Kenneth Earl Cook 
Joe Cortez 
Eddie Joe Daniels 
James Edward Davis 
Robert Lee Davison 
Gilbert Henry Dawson 
Wayne Edward Delaney 
Glen Colle Dyer 
Paul LaRue Earney 
Melvin Blain Etheredge 
Frank DeWayne Finchum 
Robert Franklin Flinn 
Richard Foerstcr 
Gilbert Ford 



Richard Claude Gawlik 

Charles Warren Genthner 

Bill Georges 

Joe Bob Golden 

Alan Graham 

Lawrence Mel Graham 

Herbert William Gray 

Fred Haberle 

Charlton Hadden 

Hulon Alphes Hale 

Troy Lee Hand 

Kenneth Lloyd Hardcastle 

Kenneth Wagner Harlow 

Juan Harnandez, Jr. 

Bill Paul Harris 

Glenn Frank Hoffman 

Kenneth W. Horton 

Robert G. Honeycutt 

Charles Edward Howard 

Thomas J. Hoyt 

Hubert Holmes Ingraham 

Tommy William Jackman 

Donald LaHann Jones, Jr. 

James Carrol Jones 

Roland Jones 

Tony Kazen 

Edward Clemens Kelly 

Roy Kelly 

Philip Wesley Kidd 

Boyd Kinker 

Malcolm Thomas Kitchens 

John Peter Kuhn 

Alex John Lansford 

Richard Lawler 

James Marvin Leath 

Tommy Robbins LeBleu 

Raymond Leggett 

William Carl Long 

Davis Love 

Joe Harry McDonald 



Donald Ray McGraw 
William Dean McLean 
Charles Albert Machemehl 
Kurt Guenthner Maenius 
Jimmie Magill 
Louis Manganiello 
Charles Ellison Marshall 
Carlton Massey 
James Rayborn Matthews 
Ross Meagher 
Don Kirby Miller 
Richard Bryan Miller 
Carroll Minor 
Alton Davis Mitchell 
Howard Dean Moon 
Cecil Morgan 
Jack Hale Murchison 
John Jackson Neighbors 
Richard Frank Ochoa 
Walter Eugene Oden 
Jimmy Dan Pace 
Thomas Austin Palmer 
David Paul Parkinson 
Charles Petrovich 
Joe Childress Peugh 
James Dennis Pierson 
F. Lee Pinkston 
Billy Powell 
Glen Henry Price 
Roane Puett 
Billy Quinn 
Bobby Ray Raley 
Don Reiner 
Janes Richardson 
Bobby Roberson 
George Sidney Robinson 
Tom Neil Rogers 
Homer Jimmie Rosser 
James Gordon Samuelson 
Fred Saunders 



George Scaling 
Ben Gerald Scallorn 
John Edward Schmid 
Menan Clyde Schriewer 
Delmer Hollis Sewell 
Harley Edward Sewell 
Robert Franklin Sexton 
Fred Arlick Skidmore 
Charles Joseph Smaistrla 
Langford Houston Sneed 
Corbin Lee Snow 
Thomas Snow 
David William Snyder 
Ronald Spardlin 
Elbert Riddick Spence 
Melvin Lloyd Spence 
Gilmer Rayborn Spring 
Tommy Springer 
Carl Tommy Stolhandske 
Durward Jackson Taylor 
John Paul Tatum 
Patrick Mitchell Tolar 
Robert Tower 
Charles Travis 
Robert Ainsworth Tucker 
Edward Witton Turley 
William Turner 
Robert Waggener 
Bill Lee Warrick 
Jimmy Wayne Watson 
John Fred Weir, Jr. 
Lonnie Charles Weir 
Bill Marvin White 
Robert Drake Wilkes 
Richard Alan Willding 
K. C. Wise 
Joe Marshall Young 
Joe Bert Youngblood 




PACE 335 



STAFF 



Director 
Dietitian 



IRENE T. POWERS 
KATHLEEN C. HEATON 



House Chairman 

Vice-Chairman 

Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

. NANCY ANN NICHOLS 

. KATHLEENE JEANETTE OWEN 

. MILDRED R. LEY 




JANNETTE JEAN DANCY, Chairman 
Rose Marie Beals 
Jo Ann Elkins 
Barbara Jean Gaston 
Mary Elma Hodges 



UPPERCLASS ADVISORS 

June Kindley Hodgson 
Shirley Jean McBride 
Celia Ann Morgan 
Frances Fitzhugh Overton 
Wanda Faye Turnley 



La Verne Voelkel 



STUDENT RELATIONS 

GRACE ANN HARDIN, Chairman Patricia Louise Lunz 

Peggy Anthony Jonnie Elise Mims 

Cornne Elaine Probst 



Wilma Lorene Buchner 
Othelia Jerry Dorn 



Helen Mary-Ann Sherman 




?it'.' Carole Frances Toler, Lena Margaret Griffith, Mary Kathryn Smith, Ethel Laverne Wieting, Betty Joyce Bailman, Rose Marie Vincent. Rose 
arie Bengston, Margaret Jane Bloom, Othelia Jerry Dorn, June Kindley Hodgson. Patricia Vale. Lellah Onys Nix, Hilda Sue Owen, Martha Nolen. 
ny Sue Wilson, Janette Jean Dancy, Mildred R. Ley, Sally Yvonne Beilke, Zora Belle Wright, Jerry Terry, Barbara Jean Gaston, Bettie Jean Band, 
irrolyn lone Browning, Sarah Elizabeth Harrison, Margaret Fink Keefauver. 



, . , , 

Third Row: Judy Beth Brandt, Mary Joyce Pavlik, Shirley Anne L 




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STAFF 



Directors . 



HELEN WILLARD 
FRANCES FREESE 
Jo ANN SCHOOLER 



UPPERCLASS ADVISORS 



Otis Rhea Schmidt 
Sidney Elizabeth Howell 
Hinda Lois Groner 
Elaine Linda Reeves 
Suzanne Young 
Opal Laverne Clifton 
Sue Johnson 
Grace Sue Riemann 
Nancye Gaye Burkhart 
Margaret Texanna Petty 
Wilma Agnes Sandel 



De De Hewlett Hawes 
Margaret Ruth Carter 
Sonya Anne Ingwersen 
Ann McKnight 
Cleo Warren McWhorter 
Ann Laughlin 
Gloria A. Eberman 
Betty Jane Little 
Kathleen Kelley 
Patricia Andrea Woods 




Front Ron: Cecilia A. Barbrr. Annette Landry, Sue Beakley, Joan Yvonne Mueller Patricia Andrea Woods, Mary Jo Savage, Nancy Elizabeth Whitten, 

Lola Beth Ballew. Jan Iris McManus. Cissy Skene More, Joan White, Gayle Jenkins. Ann Wilson. Barbara Kay Bourdon, Jeanice Anne Hedrick, Laura 

l.iss.i Folmar, Sue Clark, Beverly Smith. Karolyn Kucera, Marjorie Jeannette Hanes. 
Second Row: Betty To Waddill, Martha Ann Patton. Claire L. Yeagley, Maty Ellen Niebuhr, Emily Woolard, Ruth Elinor Wilson. Barbara Dale Roberts, 

'c.ri.iine Elizabeth West, Anne Carolyn Douglass, Joan Hodsdon Leonard, Martha Powell, Jane Angeline Hardwick, Norma Jean Arnold, Gay 
olbury, JoEllen Sterken, M. Patricia Woods, Carolyn Marie Miller, Sidney Elizabeth Howell, Mary Elizabeth Dannenbaum, Jan Lowry Simpson. 
Third Rnu: Merry Ann Merrill, Barbara Alyene Warren. Patricia Sue Baker. Betty Lou Woods, Lila Mae Benson, Kathryn Ann McCeustion, Betty John 

Kheubotham. Nancy Grace Rheubolham. Otis Rhea Schmidt, Opal Laverne Clifton, Barbara Ann Benedict, Joyce Schnell, Barbara Joan Andrews. 

Shirley Ann Rust, Eleanor Preston, Carolyn Green, Betty Akin, Cleo McWhorter. 
f-'>uith Row: Marian Brown Murphy, Jere Diane Remschel. Barbara Ann Boyd. Ami Davida Levin, Claire E. Ganetsky. Barbara Lynn Parks, Ann Homsy. 

Carol Ann McVey. Emma Lu Hunter. Barbara R. Booz, Hinda L. Groner, Eileen Ethel Buckley, Emily Beall, Jane Lee Stuart, Marion Rebecca 

Serier, Mary Lea Castleberry, Dorothy Nell Hagler, Diane Ethel Byrnes. 
Fifth Rnu: Helen Nancy Scaief, Clyde Marlene Presswood, Lu Ann Saage. Delia Diane Allen. Martha Satterfield, Alice Joyce Reynolds. Alice Elizabeth 

Stone. Nancye Gaye Burkhart. Grace Sue Riemann, Margaret Texanna Petty, Davia Hewlett Hawes. Maretta Kirstein. Wilma Agnes Sandel, Barbara 

Maxine Harrison. Jackie Leonard, Dutchie Beaird, Sylvia Elaine Burum. Sue Johnson, Shirley Stillinger. 
Sixtk Row: Kay Gorges. Chili Eberman. Elaine Reeves, Mary Virginia Jenull, Helen Willard. 
Seventh Rnu: Wanda Jean Dull. Cora Jennie Tucker. 



PAOP. 337 



STAFF 



Director 
Resident Hostess 



SISTER M. SABINA 
MRS. MARTYN CONREY 




OFFICERS 



Chairman 

V ice-Chairman 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



DOROTHY LOUISE BIELINSKI 
VIOLA MARIE ARISCO 
PATRICIA ELOISE MC&NN 
PADDY ANN DOLL 



UPPERCLASS ADVISORS 



Chairman 
Advisors 



CHARLENE ARMSTRONG 
JOANNE BARRY 
VIOLA MARIE ARISCO 
MARY MARGARETTE ALLEN 
COLLEEN KAHLICH 
LINDA GLORIA Ruiz 
DOROTHY LOUISE BIELINSKI 




Front Row: Leola May Norman, Betty Catherine Robertson. Eunice Patricia Wales, Phyllis Marie Craven, Anita Lucille Reed. 

Second Row: Elizabeth Ann Hennessy, Esther Melba Baker, Margaret Ann Vasek. Maureen Frances O'Brien, Mrs. Martyn Conrey, Rose Eleanor Janda, Eloise 

Ann Corrotto, Norma Lee Mills, Diana Margot Cavazos. 
Third Row: Geraldine Louise Hatch, Mary Adele Dagget, Marilyn LaVerne Koza, Yolanda Leal, Marjorie Marion Hickey, Mary Katherine Pruitt, Dora 

Lucila DeLeon. 
Fourth Row: Charlene Armstrong, Phillis Ann Green. Mary Louise Casey. Paddy Ann Doll. Elizabeth Jo Lednicky. Colleen Kahlich, Joanne Barry, Jeanette 

Rose Russell. Viola Marie Arisco, Patricia Eloise McGinn, Lorayne C. Walker. 
Fifth Row: Alicia Soto, Sandra Mary Mechura. Pauline Louise Pechal. Nancv Ann O'Brien, Alison Lee McElhone. Elena de la Garza. Yolanda Maria Lozano. 

I.eonor de la Garza, Andreina Blanca Trevino, Susie Goeman, Linda Gloria Ruiz. Barbara Ann Galloway. Marie Consuelo Chopa. Dorothy Louise 

Bielinski, Mary Margarette Allen. 



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I I I I 

II II II 
II II II 
II It 




STAFF 

Dormitory Sufi' visor Gus W. HAHN 

Counselors . . WILLIAM T. HUTCHINSON, Section I 
RUDY R. MUELLER, Section J 
JERRY C. GILMORE, Section K 
CLAUDE E. COOKE, JR., Section L 

Switchboard ALAN L. BEAN 

Operators JAMES R. CLENDENEN 

Laundry Agent . PAT G. HEDGECOXE 



COUNCIL 

President JERRY C. GILMORE 

Treasurer ROBERT E. ALLEN 

Bookkeeper : . BEN M. CUMMINS 

Intramural Manager J. BROOKS FRAZIER 



FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES 



Ben M. Cummins 
Jack C. Kelly 
Robert E. Allen 
J. Brooks Frazier 
Eugene C. Bell 
Cecil T. Matthews 
John T. Dawes 



Bob P. Knight 
W. Jack Blasius 
James J. Kent 
Bob S. Reeder 
Jack C. Williams 
G. Earnest Ware 
William H. Fox 




From R:i: Ben M. Cummin- Alan L. Bean. J. Brooks Frazier, Jerry C. Gilmore, Rudy K. Mueller, Gus W. Halm, Claude E. Cooke. Jr.. William H. 

Fox. James R. Clendenen. 
Second Ron: James Almus Ledbelter. Jerry W. Matson. Mike C. Adamo, Thomas M. Hammond. Donald Marvin James. James O. Kelly. George Rowe. 

Gene R. Wiimen. Charles Raleigh Kreuz. 
Third Ro-.i: John 1'errv Stobauuh. Charles H. Rupe. Sam C. Tisdale. Donald Harrison Sanders. Darrell C. Jewett. Jesse B. Kawas. Terence W. Travland. 

O. Julius Olson. Jr., Floyd J. Travis, Cecil T. Mathews. 
Fourth Rou-: George Earnest Ware. Frank Jerry Hall. John Dawes. Billy Hubert Rork. James J. Kent. Billy J. Stanger, James M. Germany, Andrew J. 

Johnson. Billy C. Booziolis. Rirardo M. Villarreal. 

Firlk Ron: Charles Adam Gorman. James D. Hill, Charles J. Ney, Charles Coopwood Chapman. Jr., Everett S. McCrum, Dan W. Williams. George K. 
Schmaltzreid. 

Sixth Row: George K. Tolle, Ruble P. Farmer, Jr., Harry E. Cole, Harry Thorley. Jr.. Gerald E. Jnhluon, Tom R. Edwards, Billy G. Lackland. Kenneth 
E. Guyer. Jr.. Harvey Penshorn. James O. Mullin. 



PACE 339 



STAFF 



Director 

Head Resident Counselor 
Assistant Head Resident 

Counselor .... 
Food Production Manager 
Resident Nurse 
Graduate Counselor . 
Graduate Counselor . 
Graduate Counselor . 
Graduate Counselor . 
Graduate Counselor . 



FLOY McCoNNELL 
NAOMI DUNLAP 

CORA SEYMOUR 
ISORA COOKE 
DOROTHY ANDERSON 
VIRGINIA RATCLIFF 
MARTHA ANN MARTIN 
SUSAN LOWE 
DENA DICKEY 
ALICE JONES 




UPPERCLASS ADVISORS 

OFFICERS 

Chairman RUTH VINN HENDLER 

Vice-Chairman .... JACQUELYN CULBERTSON 
Secretary CAROL ANN FISCHER 



Marilyn Bailey 
Marjory Jenetta Barton 
Priscilla Worth Beal 
Betty Madge Bills 
Jo Ann Bredlow 
Maxine Buchanan 
Sara Janet Corenbleth 
Jacquelyn Culbertson 
Annazell Elizabeth Davis 
Linda Ray Dorris 



MEMBERS 

Lilla Jean Ellington 
Bebe Faulk 
Carole Lyn Ferguson 
Carol Ann Fischer 
Beverly Ann Fisher 
Muriel Joy Giles 
Johnnie Ruth Harvey 
Ruth Vinn Hendler 
Joyce Ann Krenek 
Elizabeth Ladon 



Merry Christine McCreless 
Virginia Moore 
Doris Jean Myers 
Martha Jean Parks 
Helen Lee Poland 
Mary Margaret Schmitz 
Helen Serafy 
Shirley Elise Strum 
Dorothy Ann Walser 
Betty Kathryn Wood 



+ 

m . 




Front Row: Janet Corenbleth, Helen Poland, Doris Jean Myers. 

Second Row: Bebe Faulk, Joyce Ann Krenek, Annazell Davis, Virginia Moore, Betty Wood, Jo Ann Bredlow. 
Third Row: Mary Margaret Schmitz, Ruth Hendler, Shirley Strum, Linda Dorris, Merry McCreless, Marjory Barton, Caro 
Jean Ellington, Joy Giles, Helen Serafy 



>1 Fischer, Dorothy Walser, Lilla 



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President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Detail Manager . 

Councilman-at-Large 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM ROY PACE 
HAROLD CARTER HOWARD 
JARROTT HITDNALL 
WILLIAM PARKER SLATER 
Louis ALLAN VI-ILLEMIN 



Robert Franklin Abernathy 
William Lawrence Alice 
Robert Bryan Allison 
Emerson L. Barnett 
Leslie Eugene Bell 
John Hardy Blue 
Joe Victor Boerner 
Kenneth Earle Brougher 
Alan Eugene Carmichael 
Glen Carruth 
Norman G. Cornelius 
Robert Lyle Coghlin 
John Baker Cox 
Richard Charles Gonzales 
Curry W. Hall 
Bobby Lloyd Harris 



MEMBERS 

Joe Thomas Harris 
Richard Leroy Henkle 
James William Henkle 
Charles Brinson Howard 
Harold Carter Howard 
Kenneth Ray Hubert 
Jarrott Hudnall, Jr. 
John Ryan Knaggs 
Jerre Grahm Kneip 
Willie Allen Knight 
Jimmy Evell McKnight 
Ronny Joe May 
Charles Porter Milner 
Joe Don Minor 
William Roy Pace 
Maurice Clifton Perry 



George Joe Petnus 
Raymond A. Post 
Ben Lamar Reynolds 
George S. Robertson 
Watson Payne Roye 
Elgean C. Shield 
Richard Gray Shield 
William Parker Slater 
Max Howard Smith 
Joe Ed Smith 
Jackie Dale Stewart 
Ralph Donald Tatum 
Jerry Thomas Tomsu 
Robert Gene Tracy 
Louis Allan Vuillemin 
James Virgil Wilson 




Front Row: J. E. Smith, Carmichael, Tomsu, Slater, Minor, Stewart, May, Vuillemin. 

Second Row: Harris, Hudnall, Caruth, Blue, Hall, Alice. 

Third Row: Knaggs. Coughlin, Kneip, Boerner, Post. 

Fourth Row: Pace, Reynolds. Knight, Howard, Perry, E. Shield. 

Fifth Row: Tracy, Robertson. Henkle. 

Sixth Row: Brougher, Cornelius, Tatum. Petruss, Abernathy, Allison. 

Seventh Row: McKnight, Wilson, R. Shield. Henkle, Howard. 

Eighth Row: Milner. Jerrall. Barnett. M. Smith, Cox. 



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President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS 



RALPH HAROLD GILLESPIE 
DANIEL CROXTON MORGAN, JR. 
LAWRENCE EDWARD NAISER 




MEMBERS 



James Barrie Blanton 
Fred Eugene Brown 
Wilbur Patrick Cahill 
Robert C. Campbell 
Luther Lee Childress 
Rudy Wayne Chromchak 
Robert Willard Clark 
John M. Conatser 
James Weldon Dodd 
Ralph Harold Gillespie 
Ira Merrill Goodrich 
Robert Earl Grimes 
Paul Edward Hassell 
Tommy Ernest Hixson 
Francis C. Hoffpauir 
Robert Earl Laster 
T. David Ling 
Jack Matthews 
Douglas Hamilton Moorhead 
Daniel Croxton Morgan, Jr. 



Freddy J. Naiser 
Lawrence Edward Naiser 
Charles Richard Otey 
Melvin Carter Peeples 
Raymond Floyd Perner 
Charles L. Peveler 
Elbert H. Pfeiffer, Jr. 
Elwood J. Preiss 
Charles B. Rees, Jr. 
Cetin Erol Serim 
Charles Fredric Stahl 
Charles Joe Stahlmach 
Robert Lee Sturrock 
Walter Edgar Tedford 
Lloyd Andrew Wessels 
Bobby Dean Wood 
William R. Yost 
Jose Luis Zacarias 
Robert Louis Zinke 
Arthur Fred Zobal 




Front Row: Douglas Hamilton Moorhead, Paul Edward Hassell, William R. Yost. Jack Matthews, Daniei C. Morgan. James W. Dodd. Arthur F. Zobal, 

Robert W. Clark, Jose L. Zacarias. 
Second Row: Francis C. Hoffpauir. Mickey Tedford, Tex David Lin, Fred D. Brown. Cetin Erol Serim. Tommy Earnest Hixson. Charles L. Peveler, Robert L. 

Sturrock, Elwood J. Preiss, Robert L. Zinke. 
Third Ron': James B. Blanton. Lawrence E. Naiser, Ralph H. Gillespie. Charles F. Stahl, Bob D. Wood, Robert E. Laster, John M. Conatser, H. Robert 

Campbell, Charles R. Otey. 



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President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Food-Buyer 

Maintainer 



OFFICERS 



GEORGE RODGER ALLEN, JR. 
DONALD THOMAS GORDON 
FRED JONES MOORE 
CALVIN J. SMITH 
JAMES HARVEY WASHINGTON 



Eugene Franklin Aber 
George Rodger Allen. Jr. 
Hershel Wayne Anderson 
Walter Ralph Babcock 
William Vernie Barnes 
Roy Alex Busby 
James Carrol Calaway 
Jack Lawrence Forrester 
Emile B. Ghazala 
Clyde Howard Gordon 
Donald Thomas Gordon 
Louis Arthur Hempel, Jr. 
Charles Durwood Hendry 



MEMBERS 

Hensley O. Keith 
Harold Lee Klein 
William Joseph Lane 
Robert Nelson Lee 
Glynn Wilson McDonald 
Sabri Malki 

Charles Lee Matejowsky 
Joseph R. Mejerle 
Fred Jones Moore 
Ernest Thomas Mosley 
Richard Wayne Mosley 
Jewel William Nichols, Jr. 
Jimmy Louis Nichols 
Dan Earl Polter 



Oran Thomas Reese 
Calvin J. Smith 
Eugene Linscomb Smith 
J. Allan St. John 
Jessie William Stuckey 
Dave Mastin Ussery 
James Harvey Washington 
Joel D. Watkins 
Donald Patrick White 
Wilson Windle 
Richard Harmon Wood 
Robert Edward Worsley 
Jessie Owen Yocom 




ROM,' 



Dave M. Ussery, H. Wayne Anderson, George R. Allen, Jr., Fred J. Moore, Sabri Malki, Alan St. John, Bill J. Lane, Joseph R. Mejerle. 

s / ROM: Dan Earl Poller, Joel D. Walkinv Wilsmi Windle, Ernest T. Mosley, Oran T. Reese, Harold L. Klein, Calvin J. Smith, Robert N. Lee. 

Third Row: Roy A. Busby. Jim Calaway, Donald T. Gordon, Emile Ghazala. Donald P. White, Durwood Hendry. 
Fourth Ron: Richard H. Wood, Charles L. Matejowsky, Gene L. Smith. 
/|//A Ro:t : Jimmy Louis Nichols, James H. Washington, Robert E. Worsley. 
Sixtk ROM: Eurnr F. \lx-r. J. William Nichols, Jr., Hensley O. Kieth. 



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President . 

Vice-President 

Food Manager 

House-manager 

Treasurer 

Parliamentarian 

Faculty Sponsor 



OFFICERS 

JOHN MURRAY GREENWOOD, JR. 
FLOYD B. MCFARLAND 
JOHN MANSEL HUDSON 
CORWIN LESTER ANDEREGG 
JOHN ALLEN KROMAS 
JAMES ALAN WILSON 
JACK HOLLAND 




Corwin Lester Anderegg 
Henry Max Blum 
Tom J. Brooks 
Jon Mac Burkhart 
Neil Barrel Cox 
Harold Gene Doering 
Hector Rafael Estrada 
Miguel Benito Estrada, Jr. 
Osama F. Faris 
Billy Joe Foster 
Federico Guerra Garcia 
Seymour Martin Click 



MEMBERS 

David Gosalvez 
John Murray Greenwood, Jr. 
John Mansel Hudson 
Arleigh Bruce Hughes 
Bernardus J. M. Kramer 
John Allen Kromas 
Albert Leon Lapidus 
Harold Stanley Lapidus 
Edward Hugo Ling 
Arthur Russell McFarland 
Floyd B. McFarland 
David Bryant McKinnon 
Elias N. Makhuli 



Frankie DeLane Mattison 
Harold Glenn O'Dell 
Stellakis George Panayides 
James Robert Permenter 
Jose Pedro Pifion, Jr. 
Rudy Razo 
Eurico Rodrigues 
Newton Boris Schwartz 
Malcome Donald Sides 
Erwin Hugo Simon 
John Anthony Spinuzzi 
James Alan Wilson 




Front Row: John M. Greenwood, Jr., Corwin L. Anderegg, Harold Stanley Lapidus, Albert Leo Lapidus, Edward Hugo Ling, Hector R. Estrada, Federico 
Cf. Garcia. 

Second Row: Jon Mac Burkhart. John Mansel Hudson. David Gosalvez, Tom J. Brooks. Arleigh Bruce Hughes, Stellakis G. Panayides. 
Third Row: Harold G. O'Dell, David Bryant McKinnon, Jose Pedro Pinon, Jr., Elias N. Makhuli. Seymour M. Click, Miguel B. Estrada. Jr. 
Fourth Row: A. Russell McFarland, Eurico Rodriques, Neal Darrel Cox, Floyd B. McFarland, Billy Joe Foster. 
Fifth Row: John A. Kromas, Bernardus J. M. Kramer, Harold G. Doering, Frankie D. Mattison. 



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HALSTEAD HOUSE 
DF.I.I.A RAE HENRY 

Co-ordinator 
Joan Irene Ablon 
Athena M. Baghdassarian 
Dona Rar Batty 
Elisa Buenaventura 
Josephine Mary Capello 
Betty Lou Colwell 
Jerry James 
Agnes Irene Humphrey 
Alice Marilyn Ligon 
Sylvia Macrides 
Ola Faye Malone 
Uta Cecilia Merzbach 
Anastasia Panos 
Anne Pescor 
Doris Ruth Wiedenfeld 



PEARCE CO-OP 
DIANE FRANCES COCKE 

Co-ordinator 
Betty Elaine Allen 
Johnie M. Cowgill 
Beverly Ann Crenshaw 
Dorothy Ann Denard 
H. Marie Gorsuch 
Virginia Lee Hendricks 
Margaret Ann Heyer 
Sylvia H. Jacobs 
Ceryl Alexandra McDonald 
Myrna Loy McDougal 
Dorothy Laverne Mozingo 
Sarah J. Roehr 
Lena Ann Serio 
Joann Thompson 
Shirley Ann Todd 
Billie Grace Ungerer 



POWELL HOUSE 
LAURA Lou MORRIS 

Co-ordinator 
Geraldine Bates 
Helene Bolinger 
Nancy Jay Conroy 
Maria A. Consuegra 
Barbara J. Crippen 
Mazie Carlene Crippen 
Sally Eng 
Geraldine English 
Dorothy Nell Guest 
Maria B. Magalhaes 
Gloria D. E. MacRae 
Roberta Irene Oswald 
Rita L. Sheppard 
Mary Latriece Smith 
Bette Joe Stephens 
Josefina R. Varias 



SHANGRI-LA CO-OP 
MURIEL L. STUBBS 

Co-ordinator 
Cynthia Armsworth 
Mildred I. Blanton 
Norma Jean Brock 
Avery Jean Browning 
Agnes G. David 
Sally Ann Fields 
M. Carolyn Gates 
Elsie W. Haas 
Elizabeth Ann Holm 
Anna C. Jackson 
Nancy Eliot Keith 
Frances Marie Marosko 
Betty Sue Swann 
Mabel Anne Talley 
M. Marilyn Townsley 



THEADORNE CO-OP 
PATTY TAYLOR 

Co-ordinator 
Gloria JoNell Anderson 
Ruth Camacho Arteaga 
Alma Joyce Currier 
Barbara Jeanne Ellis 
Laretha Sue Henslee 
Elinor James 
Sue Johnson 
Eleanor Jane Kneip 
Morelle McCoy 
Gina Lynn McKenna 
Macleta Meadows 
Julia Ann Myrick 
Edith Price Nunlee 
Amalia Salazar 
Dolores W. Simmons 
Martha Loy Taylor 



VALHALLA 
I. HANNA SPRING 

Co-ordinator 
Bettye Alden Anderson 
Mary Jane Anderson 
M. Carolyn Carter 
Esther Evelyn Christenson 
Franke Jean Fouts 
Betty Sue Franklin 
Gloria Virginia Jacobs 
Rosie J. Klekar 
Martha F. Lesikar 
Lloyl Doll Martin 
Joyce Milton 
Fay Burnett Oldham 
Mary Helen Spear 
Billye B. Vanderburg 
Elinor Donely Warren 
Janie Louise Yeoman 



WAKONDA 

ANGELA CALDWELL 

Co-ordinator 
Man- Lerene Ashcraft 
Sarah Deloris Cabaniss 
Gayle Davis 
Marie Kate Davis 
Dorothy Louann Ferguson 
Betty Jean Keller 
Barbara Ann Oris 



CO-OP 

Ruth Pendergrass 
Cecilia Marie Pingenot 
Alice Louella Plowman 
Marilyn Joan Rupe 
Mary Katherine Schwarz 
Margaret Louise Shores 
Rita Jeans Standridge 
Grace Anita Vogt 
Mary Frances Watkins 



WHITEHALL 

JUANICE LA.NELL KING 

Co-ordinator 
Martha Frances Behrens 
Peggy Lord Cockrum 
Jeanne Louise Cunningham 
Joselina Lesvia Falcon 
Pat Ileene Gage 
Jo Goosby 
Carmen Gosalvez 
Kay L. Graves 
Jeanette Hack 
Ida Alleene Harbison 
Grayce G. Hornung 



CO-OP 

Joyce Merrill Jackson 
Vivian Elizabeth Jircik 
Eleanor Klopsteck 
Pat McCutcheon 
Phyllis A. Moore 
Yvonne C. Parker 
Elizabeth Polly Roberts 
Ann Lynn Sadler 
Mary Grace Stutts 
Joann Thompson 
Nancy Torrance 
Lois Rachael Willis 




hrnt R:i : Juan Ahlone Gosalvez. Carmen Gosalvez. Yvonne Parker, Elsie Haas, Muriel Slubbs, Gloria Jacobs. Mary Jane Anderson, Lesvia Falcon, Eliza- 
beth Dullv Roberts. Laretha Sue Henslee. Laverne Mozingo, Myrna Loy McDougal, Jane Kneip, Rita Sheppard, Diane Cocke. 

, Ri'.i : II. inn. i Spring. Kay Graves, Rosie Klekar, Elinor Warren, Fay Oldham, Anna Jackson, Juanice King, Eleanor Klopsteck, Nancy Torrance, 
M.u\ (.i.irr Stutts. Jo Thompson. Beverly Crenshaw. Johnie Cowgill, Martha Lesikar. 

Third Ri,.t: Penny Cockrum, Martha Behrens, Norma Brock. Mabel Tallrv Elizabeth Ann Holm, Louann Ferguson, Katherine Schwarz. Alice Plowman, 
Helene Bolinner. Barbara Crippen, Joyce Milton. Maria B. Manalhaes. 

t-'i'utth R;t : Mary Helen Spear. Janie Yeoman. Annes David, Betty Keller, Cecilia Pingenot, Marilyn Rupe, Geraldine English, Carlene Crippen, 
R>IHTI;I Oswald. Laura Lou Morris, Ginger Hendricks. 

fifth Ri>:, : Delia Rae Henry. Penny Shores. Elinor James. Barbara Ellis, Nancy Keith. Sally Fields. 

Nii;* RK-.I : MaiiNn Tinlr. (M thi.i \tiii~worth. Sue Swann, Frances Marosko. Carolyn Gates, Barbara Otis, Gayle Davis. 



PACE 345 




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ALPHA PHI 



Spring 

HENRY HOUSTON MOORE 
KENNETH JACKSON Cox . 
RONALD AGNEW WILKINS, II 
DONALD MAC BISHOP 
BENJAMIN J. LEON 




EGA 



Presided 

First V ice-President 

Second Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Fall 

KENNETH JACKSON Cox 
PHIL FUGITT 
BENJAMIN J. LEON 
HERMAN E. HAENEL 
JAMES BATTS RIVES 



R. Elwyn Byrns 
Hal. P. Bybee 
Charles T. Clark 
H. L. Gaskin 



ADVISORS 

Jack Holland 
H. W. Newman 
Calvin Cleave Nolen 
Arno Nowotny 



Devvitt Reddick 
George Stephens 
J. L. Tarr 



Pete R. Acosta 

Bob Landis Armstrong 

Donald Mac Bishop 

Jim Edward Burson 

Bob Ware Campbell 

Howard John Clark, III 

Marco Theriot Coltharp 

Jerry Dion Copeland 

William Bernard (Pete) Cooney 

Keith Kohn Cox 

Kenneth Jackson Cox 

Henry Neil Easley 

Oliver Perkins Ellison 

Fredric Warren Feist 

Joseph Bill Foster 

Phil Fugitt 

Bill Hardin Gragg 



Tommy Adrian Blaylock 
Bill Cecil Brooks 
Donald Lee Burson 
Charles Nelson Cartwright 
Bob Crowell Cole 
James H. Collum 
Baker Colter 
Ted Donald Cox 
Vincent Crixell 
Oren H. Ellis 
John M. Gaddis 
Terry Donald Garland 
Ronald Miller Guinn 
George Randall Hammond 
Frank T. Hilton 



MEMBERS 

Tommy Lee Goode 
Herman E. Haenel 
Fred W. Hansen 
Raja Shahir Hassen 
Donald Penn Harris 
Roy Prewett Huff 
Tom Martin Hyltin 
Marion Johnson 
Pinckney M. Johnson 
Ivan William Knobler 
Bob Lee Kostohryz 
Leo Charles Lee 
Ben J. Leon 
John Tunstall Lowry 
Joe Waller Martin 
Gustavo Elberto Martinez 
John R. McDonald 

PLEDGES 

Francis C. Hoffpauir 

Dewey Jack Hooper 

Harry L. Hudspeth 

Ronald M. Jackson 

T. Penn Johnson 

Willie J. Kostka 

Habib Labbauf 

John C. Landa 

Robert A. Langhorne, Jii 

H. Frederick Lehrer, Jr. 

Juan P. Martinez 

Donald George McDavid 

Charles M. Merrill 

Bobby Joe Miks 

Lowell Kendall Mower, Jr. 



Henry Houston Moore 
Dan Croxton Morgan 
Jim S. Myers 
Phil A. Nelson 
James Carley Orr 
Joe Allen Osborne 
Kenneth Ira Owens 
Elwood J. Preiss 
James Batts Rives 
Charlie A. Schnabel 
Clifford Jay Shapiro 
Joe Paul Tupin 
Henry Allen Tyler 
Hugo Alphonse Walter 
Bill D. Webb 
Ron Agnew Wilkins 
Kenneth Willis 
Jerry Neal Wohlford 



Hugh Don Orr 
Joe Lackland Orr 
Robert H. Paslay 
Bill Charles Peveler 
Leonard Brodnax Plummer 
William L. Plummer, Jr. 
A. Leo Pugh. Jr. 
Edgar F. Ray, Jr. 
Raymond C. Roane 
Robert N. Robertson 
Morton B. Seline 
David S. Silvers 
Billy Joe Smith 
Dan C. Smith 



PACE 348 



Fall 

HENRY GORDON BRASWELL 
CHARLES LEE SOWELL 
BOB LANDIS ARMSTRONG . 
BILL BARNES HOFF 
ARNO NOWOTNY . 



COWBOYS 




O 



ERS 



Foreman . 
Straw Boss 
Horse Wrangler 
Camp Cook 
Faculty Advisor 



Spring 

BILL BARNES HOFF 
LAWRENCE LINDELL BEASON 
MARSHALL TERRELL CLEGG 
JOHN MARK MCLAUGHLIN 
ARNO No WOT NY 



Lee Edward Alderdice 
John Boyette Andrews 
Bob Landis Armstrong 
Jack Leon Barton 
Lawrence Lindell Season 
Allen Jack Becker 
LeRoy Birdwell, Jr. 
Meredith Leon Black 
Norman William Black 
Fredrik Seward Blackmar, III 
Ed Bluestein, Jr. 
Robert Blumenthal 
Henry Gordon Braswell 
Karl Theodore Butz, Jr. 
James Milton Cavender 
Stanley Ray Chodorow 
Marshall Terrell Clegg 
Robert Ewing Clemmons 
Bartlett Cocke, III 
Larry Crook 
John Dunlap Crawford 



MEMBERS 

George Allen Crowley 

Perry D. Davis, Jr. 

Donald Eastland 

Lynwood Grayburn Elliot 

Gene Branch Fleming 

Gilbert Ford 

William Frederick Franklin 

Ed Frost 

Max Prince Gardner 

Charles Warren Genthner 

William Willard Gibson 

Tony Guerra 

William Hughes Hallman 

Bruce C. Hallmark 

Joseph Paul Hammond 

John Richard Harris 

Bill Barnes Hoff 

Hammond Warfield Hopkins 

James Marvin Leath 

David Tex Ling 

William Kent Mcllyar 

John Mark McLaughlin 



Leslie Millard Moor, Jr. 
Henry Houston Moore 
Philip A. Nelson, Jr. 
Wilbur Edmund Notestine 
Richard Frank Ochoa 
Billy Paul Powell 
Alphonso Ragland, III 
Arthur Bernard Riviere 
Thomas Edward Rodman 
Isaac Field Roebuck 
Stanley David Rosenberg 
Luther Taylor Scarborough 
John H. Scale 
Warren Ware Shipman 
Charles Lee Sowell 
Mack Stoeltje 
Joe H. Tanner 
Kimball Stuart Watson 
Hugh Darrell Williams 
Jerry N. Wohlford 
Alberto Yriart 



SPRING INITIATES 

James Carroll Calaway William Iwgo Marschall 

Albert Harrington Cox, Jr. Jack K. Norris 

Preston H. Dial Elwood J. Preiss 

Howell M. Finch Don I. Reifler 

Leslie Wiley Giddens, Jr. Jack R. I Buzzy) Sowell 

John Webb Howell Joe Paul Tupin 

John Carl Landa Richard Clark Webb 



PACE 349 



MORTAR 




Fall 

EVELYN SHELBY REED . 
SARAH JANE WEEKS 
JOANN HYLTIN SPEARS 
BILLIE GRACE UNGERER 
JOSEPHINE MARGARET CHAPMAN 
HELEN MARGARET FLINN 
HELEN TACKETT 



OFFI 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer . 

Sponsor 

Sponsor 

Sponsor 



RD 



Spring 

EVELYN SHELBY REED 
SARAH JANE WEEKS 
JOANN HYLTIN SPEARS 
BILLIE GRACE UNGERER 
JOSEPHINE MARGARET CHAPMAN 
HELEN MARGARET FLINN 
HELEN TACKETT 



HONORARY MEMBER 

Josephine Margaret Chapman 



Georgeann Beene 
Dorthea Bachemin Dishongh 
Caroline Dovvell 
Martha Lee Harelik 
Suzanne Ilyne Kauffman 
Julie Lockman 



MEMBERS 

Gloria D. E. MacRae 
Maurine E. Mitchell 
Marianne Morris 
Evelyn Shelby Reed 
M. Ann Rosborough 
Dolores Antoinette Russell 



Joann Hyltin Spears 

Shirley Van Wormer Stillinger 

Virginia Warner Tiemann 

Billie Grace Ungerer 

Sarah Jane Weeks 



SPRING INITIATES 



Angela Caldwell 

Dorothy J. Durrenberger 
Margaret Mary Fulton 

Sharlene Barbara Gerrick 
Virginia Hallum 
Patricia Hinds 

Douglas Ann Johnson 
Diane Lehman 



Mary Ann Maley 

Hazel Orleah Maultsby 
Carol Louise Moak 

Margaret Texanna Petty 
F. Darlene Prouse 

Barbara Lee Terrell 
Ernestelle Kay Tutt 
Carol Jean Wesner 



HAI:K 350 



ORANGE JACKETS 



Fall 

VIRGINIA HALLUM . 
AMY IONE JOHNSON 
ADELE CRAWFORD . 
PATRICIA HINDS 
LOUISE T. HORVATH 




OF 



RS 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer . 

Sponsor 



Spring 

VIRGINIA HALLUM 
AMY IONE JOHNSON 
ALELE CRAWFORD 
PATRICIA HINDS 
LOUISE T. HORVATH 



Sara Ann Abrego 
Peggy Lord Cockrum 
Patricia Cox 
Adele Crawford 
Jacquelyn Culbertson 
Patricia Jane Dillon 
Virginia Sue Easley 
Edith Joyce Falk 
Joanna Gentry 



MEMBERS 

Virginia Hallum 
Patricia Hinds 
Maiy Jo Hollon 
Maiy Louise Ivey 
Amy lone Johnson 
Douglas Ann Johnson 
Betty Lou Koppel 
Diane Lehman 
Betty Dean Lennon 



Eleanor Frances Luckett 
Margaret Ann McNeil 
Maiy Ann Maley 
Hazel Orlean Maultsby 
Margaret Texanna Petty 
Sidney Siegel 
Barbara Lee Terrell 
Ernestelle Kay Tutt 
Carol Jean Wesner 



Marjorie Janice Bourdon 
Mary Frances Chupick 
Dorothy Jane Durrenberger 
Margaret Mary Fulton 
Patty Gill Gideon 
Pearl Grenader 
Davia Hawes 



FALL INITIATES 

Nancy Jean Hollowell 
Sidney Elizabeth Howell 
Sonya Anne Ingwersen 
Kathleen Kelley 
Shirley J.Klein 
Jane Gay Maxwell 
Schatzie Bernadine Nixon 



Pauline F. Pierce 
Linda Elaine Reeves 
Peggy Lee Rowland 
Otis Rhea Schmidt 
Shirley Elise Strum 
Mildred Janet Sutton 



Helen Ainsworth 
Nancy Ainsworth 
Charlotte Rie Booth 



SPRING INITIATES 

Janet Sara Corenbleth 
Patricia Ann Kendal 
Diana Klotz 



Ruth Pendergrass 
Wilina Agnes Sandel 
Betty Ann Thompson 



SILVER S 



Fall 

WILLIAM REED QUILLIAM, JR. 
JAMES RANDEL DOCKERY 
RICHARD BUCKNER AUSTIN 
RICHARD OLIVER WOLFF 




OFFI 



President 
Vice-PTesident 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

DAVID T. BLACKSTOCK 
HOWARD JOHN CLARK, III 
C. A. RUNDELL 
GEORGE PIERRE GARDERE 



EXECUTIVE COUNCILMEN 



Fall 



Howard John Clark, III 

Robert Gordon Mickey 

Edward C. Nott, Jr. 



Spring 
Elliott Zalman Cohen 

Edward C. Nott, Jr. 

Wilson F. Foreman 



Matti Saleh Al-Aish 
Robert Bryan Allison 
John William Anderson 
Richard Thatcher Atkin 
Richard Buckner Austin 
Monty C. Barber 
William Gilbreth Barber 
Claiborne Murphy Bell 
Phillip Miller Bell 
Milton E. Black 
David T. Blackstock 
William Donald Bonham 
Glenn Ellis Brooks, Jr. 
William Weldon Byrd 
Selig H. Carr 
Howard John Clark, III 
William Henry Clark 
Jamie Hager Clements 
Elliott Zalman Cohen 
James Randel Dockery 
Bernard Olter Dow 
Daniel Lindsey Durway 
Durward Gray Evans 



MEMBERS 

Richard Franklin Ford 
Wilson F. Foreman 
Clay W. G. Fulcher 
George Pierre Gardere 
Willis Henderson Gilmore, Jr. 
Claude Watson Goldsmith, Jr. 
Larry Elton Golman 
Donald Leon Gould 
William James Graber, III 
John Murray Greenwood, Jr. 
Troy Lee Hand 
Joe Thomas Harris 
Harrell Sansom Hayden 
Joe Tipton Housewright 
Thomas Jackson Hoyt 
Edward Lee Humphreys, III 
James Theodore Hunt 
Ripley Harold Hunter, Jr. 
Homer H. Jackson 
James Carrol Jones 
Fred B. Kessler 
Harold Fred Kleinman 
Robert Gordon Mickey 



Paul Covey Mohr 
Thomas Rush Moody, Jr. 
Fred Jones Moore 
Preston Moore, Jr. 
Randolph Grady Moore 
Isam A. R. Munir 
Edward Clifford Nott, Jr. 
Joe Allen Osborn 
Ralph Erb Person 
William Reed Quilliam, Jr. 
Allan Shrader Quinn 
C. A. Rundell, Jr. 
Newton Boris Schwartz 
Adolph B. H. Simon 
Donald Charles Smith 
Finis Dean Smith 
Franklin Scott Spears 
Clarence Charles Stenzel 
Jerry James Wilson 
Wynant Stone Wilson 
Richard Oliver Wolff 
William Emerson Wright 



SPRING INITIATES 



Charles Allen Bankston 
Robert Daniel Burck 
Alfred Gregory Catlow 
George A. Gage 
James Lamar Hart 
Julian Victor Horwitz 
Harold Carter Howard 
Robert Wayne Kenny- 
William Edward McDonald 



James Daniel McKeithan 
Daniel Croxton Morgan 
John Marshall Page 
Sam R. Perry 
Jack C. Rothwell 
Daniel H. Spoor 
Jack Quinn Tidwell 
Robert Stone Timmins 
Dave Harrell Williams 



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SWEETHEART 

OF 
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS 









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SWEETHEART 



FINALIST 







Joan Cbaudoin 



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SWEETHEART FINALIST 




Ann Cbipman 



PACE 357 



SWEETHEART FINALIST 







Bettie Dancv 



PACE 358 






SWEETHEART FINALIST 




Lynne Lovinggood 



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SWEETHEART FINALISTS 







TOP ROW : Jane Maxwell, 
Jean Marie Edge, Kay 
Tutt, Douglas Ann 
Johnson, Jody Hollon. 

SECOND ROW: Schatzie 
Nixon, Amy Johnson, 
Martine Floyd, Mary 
Frances Chupick. 

THIRD ROW: Diane Leh- 
man, Jean Neal, Elaine 
Reeves, Julie Lockman. 

FOURTH ROW: Anne Wil- 
liams, Peggy Beall, 
Frances Berryman, 
Nancy Couvillion. 

FIFTH ROW: Sally Nich- 
ols, Betty Blake, Pat 
Hinds, Joyce Rydberg. 



I'AOF. 360 




BLUEBONNET BELLE NOMINEES 



Emily Jean Allen 
Jane Arnold 
Marietta Beard* 
Betsy Bell 
Betty Blake 
Dolores Blumentritt 
Kathryn Bowlby 
Nanette Breitenbach 
Marilyn Bronson* 
Sue Burks 
LaNelle Caldwell 
Carolyn Carter* 
Consuelo Castaneda 
Kay Cathey* 
Joan Chauvoin* 
Mary Frances Chupick 
Nancy Jane Couvillion* 
Corrine Cowan 
Patricia Cox 
Stella Cronfel 
Norma Jean Crow* 
Bettie M. Dancy 



Shiree Daniel 
Charlotte Rae Denman 
Betty Bel De Rese 
Pat Dickey 
Sue Easley 
Sue Eckhardt 
Mary Ann Elliot 
Betty Erwin* 
Marline Floyd 
Pat Folmar 
Eloise Frame* 
Jean Ghiselli 
Harriet Godley 
Paula Green 
Carolyn Guynes* 
Virginia Pauline Hays 
Sue Henslee 
Patricia Hinds 
Margaret Hodges 
Jean and June Jackson 
Marge Hargrove Jones* 
Diana Klotz 









Kera Laney 
Barbara LeFlore 
Diane Lehman* 
Ann Guest Linkenhoger* 
Ann Logan* 
Sondra Lee Lotman* 
Mary Lou Lynch 
Alison McElhome* 
Patricia Eloise McGinn* 
Sheryl Ann McKelvy* 
Frances Marie Marosko 
Rhita Marlene Merson* 
Mae Bess Messer 
Norma Lee Mills 
Joyce Milton 
Martha Virginia Moore 
Joan Mueller 
Jean Anne Neal 
Schatzie Nixon* 
Edith O'Kruhlik 
Lola Kay Palmer 



Pauline Pierce 
Joann Pruitt 
Linda Elaine Reeves* 
Helen Campbell Riddick 
Nancy Ritter 
Yvonne Rogers 
M. Christina Rosenquist 
Marilyn Joan Rupe 
Joyce Rydberg 
Joanne Sachs 
Mary Jo Savage* 
Evelyn Scherabon 
Barbara Jane Smith 
Peggy Joan Triplett 
Janice Ann Turbiville 
Suzanne Waters 
Lois Ann Weksler 
Lorraine West 
Mary Margaret Wiley* 
Janelle Williams 
Lois V. Wynne* 



* Blucbonnet Belle Finalists 



PACE 361 



BLUEBONNET BELLE 




Nancy Couvillion 



PAOE 362 



BLUEBONNET BELLE 




Eloise Frame 



PAOE 363 



BLUEBONNET BELLE 




Rbita Merson 



PACE 364 



BLUEBONNET BELLE 




Ann Guest Linkenboger 



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BLUEBONNET BELLE 




Lois Wynne 



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Alison McElhone 








Sheryl McKelvy 



Diane Lehman 




Mary Jo Savage 



BLUEBONNET BELLE FINALISTS 




Marge Hargrove Jones 





Mary Margaret Wiley 




Norma Jean Crow 



Ann Logan 



PACE 368 



BLUEBONNET BELLE FINALISTS 





Marilyn Bronson 




Kay Cathey 




Schatzic Nixon 



Pat Hinds 



POE 369 



BLUEBONNET BELLE FINALISTS 




Carolyn Carter 





Pat McGinn 




Elaine Reeves 



Marietta Beard 



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Sondra Lotman 



Betty Erwin 




Carolyn Guynes 



PACE 371 



OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 




LAWRENCE (LYNN) BEASON 

Cowboys; Student Union Board of Directors; Texas Round-Up 
Steering Committee, Friars. 





GEORGEANN BEENE 

President, UTSA; Mortar Board, Election Commission; Presi- 
dent, Chi Omega; Faculty Student Cabinet. 




ANNE CHAMBERS 

Editor of the Daily Texan; Theta Sigma Phi; Ex-Picsident, 
International Council; Mortar Board. 



ROBERT BLUMENTHAL 

Friars; Cowboys Executive Council; Phi Delta Phi; Chancellors; 
Interfraternity Council. 



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KENNETH COX 

President, Alpha Phi Omega; Tau Beta Pi; Treasurer, Eta 
Kappa Nu; AIEE; Student Engineering Council. 




VIRGINIA HALLUM 

President, Orange Jackets; President, Reagan Literary Society; 
Campus League of Women Voters: President, Zeta Tau Alpha; 
Mortar Board. 




DONALD EASTLAND 

President, YMCA; Foreman, Cowboys; Phi Delta Phi, Chancel- 
lors; Friars; Vice-President, Delta Tau Delta. 




PATRICIA HINDS 

Portia of Law School; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Orange 
Jackets; Chairman, Campus Chest; Kappa Alpha Thcta; 
Mortar Board. 



PACE 373 



OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 





SUE KAUFFMAN 

Phi Beta Kappa ; Mortar Board ; Varsity Debate Squad : Presi- 
dent, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Bluestockings. 



AMY JOHNSON 

Chairman, Orientation Council; AROTC Sponsor; TISA Con- 
vention; Upperclass Advisor; YWCA; Vice-President, Delta 
Delta Delta. 





ELLIE LUCKETT 

Sweetheart of The University of Texas ; Secretary, YWCA : Hon- 
orary Cadet Colonel, Air Force ROTC ; Cotton Ball Queen; 
Orange Jackets ; Kappa Alpha Theta : President-Elect of YWCA. 



DAVID (TEX) LING 

Cowboys; Phi Beta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Chinese Student Asso- 
ciation; Theleme Co-op. 



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OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 



MOLLY MOFFETT 
Chairman, Union Activities Council; Assistant Director, Round-up 
Revue ; Faculty-Student Committee : Union Board of Directors. 




MARIANNE MORRIS 

President, Co-Ed Assembly; Vice-President, Theta Sigma Phi; 
Phi Beta Kappa: Society Editor, The Daily Texan; Mortar 
Board: President, Alpha Chi Omega. 




TOM RUSH MOODY 

President, Student Association; Silver Spurs; Phi Delta Phi; 
Texas Law Review ; Delta Tau Delta. 




RALPH PERSON 

Vice-President and President, Student Association; President, 
Westminster Student Fellowship; Chairman, Religious Emphasis 
Week; Varsity track letterman; Tejas Club; Best All-Round 
Boy Award. 



PACE 375 



OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 





ANN ROSBOROUGH 

Mortar Board; President, Sigma Alpha Iota; State President, 
Campus League of Women Voters; President, YWCA; Chairman, 
International Council; Recording Secretary, Delta Delta Delta. 



C. A. RUNDELL 

Co-Captain, Varsity Track Team; Captain, Cross Country Team; 
President, Ramshorn; Secretary, Silver Spurs; Vice-President, 
Omega Chi Epsilon; President, Kappa Sigma. 





KAY TUTT 

Secretary, Student Association; Secretary, Student Assembly; Sec- 
retary, Union Board of Directors; Mortar Board; Round-Up 
Steering Committee; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



DARRELL WILLIAMS 

Head Cheerleader; President, UTSA for Men; Scabbard and 
Blade; Phi Beta Kappa; Cowboys; Captain, University Gymnastic 
Team; Battalion Commander of the Naval ROTC Unit: President, 
Phi Kappa Psi. 



PAOE 376 




ANGELA CALDWELL 



FRED MOORE 



RICHARD OCHOA 




SONNY BARBER 



BILL HOFF 

PACE 377 



HAZEL MAULTZBY 



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HENRY BRASWELL 



MARY ANN MALEY 



RAY FARABEE 




CAROL COOK 



ROBERT B. ALLISON 



SHIRLEY STRUM 




GRAY EVANS 



JANICE BOURDON 



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STAN ROSENBERG 







SARAH JANE WEEKS 



BILLIE GRACE UNGERER 



BILL WRIGHT 



C:IIARLE.\E ARMSTRONG 




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BOB POLUNSKY 



VIRGINIA HENDRICKS 
PAOK 379 



SONYA INGWERSEX 



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MAURINE MITCHELL 



ROBERT WAYNE KENNY 



DAVID BLACKSTOCK 




SIDNEY SIEGEL 



PEGGY FULTON 



ED FROST 




ELAINE FOLLEY 



WILSON FOREMAN 

PACE 380 



DIANE LEHMAN 



DOUGLAS ANN JOHNSON 







DICK ATKIN 



JO ANN DICKERSON 
PACE 381 



BOBBY JONES 



OTIS RHEA SCHMIDT 




BOB ARMSTRONG 



CAROL WESNER 



TALMADGE GUY 




SHIREE DANIEL 



BRUCE BILLINGSLEY 
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GRETA NISSEN 



HENRY HOUSTON MOORE 



JEAN KELLXER 

PAOE 383 




JIM McKEITHAN 



DAD'S ASSOCIATION AWARDS 




RALPH PERSON, Karnes City 
Best All-Round Boy 



ANN ROSBOROUGH, Tyler 
Best All-Round Girl 



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A CAPPELLA CHOIR 



OFFICERS 



President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Sponsor 



JAMES LAWRENCE WALLACE 
BOB J. NIXON 
CATHERINE BUNNY JONES 
STEPHEN DREW SMITH 
ARCHIE N. JONES 



MEMBERS 



Kathleen Armstrong 
Rosemarie Balcar 
Ivan Banfield 
Bill Gresham Baskin 
Marilyn Ann Bronson 
Bill Martin Brooks 
Kay Patricia Carpenter 
Carolyn Kent Carter 
Gregory Callow 
Hi Chang Chai 
Gerry Clark 
John Colier 
Rodger Vance Connell 
W. Laura Courtney 
Dixie Cundiff 
Garland Ray Dean 
Jean Orr Dean 
Bill Howard Deihl 
Dickie Lee Dickson 
Dixie Ann Dickson 
Allie Durell Douthit 
Dolan Hoye Eargle, Jr. 
Steve Taber Eargle 
Hary Fellbaum 
Sue Flippen 
Betty Sue Franklin 



James Wilborn Fox 
Carolyn Patricia Gilchriest 
Mary Morgan Glass 
Kathleen Glaze 
Dorothy June Haws 
Joyce L'Dell Heath 
Harry Pat Hewell 
Albert William Hoick 
Beverly Jean Hollingsworth 
Cameron Lee Hoover 
Henrie Horton 
Bob Lester Hubbard 
David Hill Hunter 
Dorothy Sansing Hurter 
Jette Vee Hutchins 
Sonya Lee Jeffers 
Jerodine Johanson 
Ellen Lucille Johnson 
Howard Enoch Johnson 
Thomas Penn Johnson 
Sarah Elizabeth Johnson 
Bunny Catherine Jones 
Helen Heise Jung 
Jack C. Kidd 
Kera Bertrand Laney 
Martha Ann Lasseter 



Duncan Allen Lawshae 
Shirley Jean McBride 
Barbara Jean McDuffie 
James Francis Mabry, III 
George L. Mayes 
Charles Morgan Merrill 
Jackie Louise Mills 
Henry Clay Moore, Jr. 
Marjorie Jane Mugno 
Marshall William Mullens 
Margaret Jane Munson 
Nancy Carolyn Myrick 
Don Thomas Nelson 
Irvin Harris Nelson 
Mary Ellen Niebuhr 
Bob J. Nixon 
Elizabeth Ann O'Connor 
Austin Almond O'Dell, Jr. 
Andrew Olesjuk 
Anastasia Panos 
Martha Louise Phelps 
Martha Powell 
Mary Juan Presson 
Joann Pruitt 
Virginia Ratcliff 
Lawrence Robert Rast 



Norwin Gene Ray 
James Fowler Reaves 
Billye Ruth Reed 
Ira Albert Russel 
Ann Schafer 
Janice Elizabeth Schulle 
Jimmy Scoggins 
Carol Smith 
Stephen Drew Smith 
Lucy Lee Speaker 
Delores Steinkamp 
Gladys Virginia Taylor 
Weldon Winston Teague 
Sara Terk 

John Hart Thompson 
Nancy Jane Thurman 
John Rowell Toman 
Ozzie Vela 

James Lawrence Wallace 
Terry Chaud White 
Thelbert F. Withers 
Janette Waugh 
Jane Anne Wright 
Dorothy Jean Yardas 
Celia Ann Zant 
Sarah Ziegler 







Front Row: Jeflers, Glaze, Schafer, Ratcliff, Clark, Flippen, Mills, McDuffie, Yardas, Courtney, Terk, Johanson, Lasseter, Hutchins, O'Connor, Armstrong. 
Second Ron:: McBride, Reed, Heath, Myrick, Phelps, S. Johnson, Bronson, Gilchriest, Pruitt, Jung, Speaker, Hollingsworth, Munson, E. Johnson. 
Third Row: Hoover, Taylor, Carpenter, Niebuhr, Ziegler, Glass, Carter, Mugno, Summers, Powell, Horton, Laney, D. A. Dickson. Panos. Wallace. 
Fourth Row: Vela, Scoggins, Balcar, Zant, Cundiff, Waugh, Schulle, Jones, Presson, C. Smith, Haws, S. Eargle, Hoick. I. Nelson. 
Fijth Row: Hunter, Thompson, Connell, Mayes. Deihl, Boskin, D. L. Dickson, Kidd, Chai, Olesjuk, White, Nixon. 
Sixth Row: Callow, Moore. D. Eargle. Banfield, Withers, Russell, Mullens, Fellbaum, Brooks, Lawshae, O'Dell. 
Seventh Row: H. Johnson, Teague, Mabry, S. Smith, Douthit, Hubbard, Merrill, Reaves, J. Johnson, G. Dean. 



PACE 386 



CURTAIN CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President . 
Board of Governors . 



Faculty Advisor 



Constance Louise Adair 
Robert Barnett Akin 
James Darwin Alexander 
Patsy Ann Anderson 
Patsy Anthony 
Dorothy Arnold 
Mildred Faye Barnes 
Jack Ivan Barron 
John James Barta 
Emily Frances Beall 
Julia Kathrine Beall 
David Eugene Beals 
Beverly Renee Bercu 
Henry Robert Blaustone 
Helen Le Maire Boatner 
Rosemarie Lee Bohn 
Bobbie Dawn Bone 
Ann Brandenburg 
Kenneth Ray Brookshire 
S. Dean Browning 
Robert Alan Buckholdt 
Betty Bunch 
Mary Frances Burnett 
Edgar H. Busby 
Everett C. Busby 
Mary V. Byrd 
Edwin Bently Cantrell, III 
Johnnie Charles Carroll 
Frank Winkler Cass 



BILL ANDREW LARSEN 
GORDON H. WILKISON 
GWEN BOEHL 
CHARLES EDWARD TAYLOR 
AGNES G. DAVID 
FRANK WILLIAM WISEMAN- 
JAMES WILLIAM MOLL 



MEMBERS 

Milton Ciarlariello 
Thomas Calhoun Chalmers 
Jerry Terrill Chandler 
Rudy Wayne Chromchak 
Silvia Lynn Cohen 
Marcia Beth Cooper 
Carolyn Marueh Culver 
Mary Damrel 
Agnes G. David 
Ann Davis 

Mary E. Dennenbaum 
Delores Derrick 
Barbara Diamond 
Allie Durell Douthit 
Norma Dell Dunlap 
Barbara DuLaney 
Joan Eckles 
Angie Eskin 
Robert Don Evans 
Georgia Christine Fadal 
William Jackson Farmer 
Marjorie Joan Farr 
Ann Fears 
Julia Ann Ferguson 
Burtram M. Flaget 
Elizabeth Marie Fletcher 
Bennie Lee Fowler 
Tommy Joe Gibson 
Leah Sylvia Granoff 



Ted van Griethuysen 
Evelyn Gann 
Lillian Frances Hall 
Jane Angeline Hardwick 
Mary Emily Harkleroad 
Paul Eugene Harper 
Cliff Harville, Jr. 
Elsie W. Haas 
Joe H. Hearne 
Bette Anne Helle 
Benson Raimon Helprin 
Emily Joyce Henderson 
Sue Henslee 
Jo Hicks 

Patrick Hilsman Horrigan 
Bruce Nell Hoerman 
Elizabeth Peek Holm 
Honey Hunnicutt 
Sara Jewell Hudson 
Joyce Jacobs 
Sylvia H. Jacobs 
Patti Elizabeth Jones 
Barbara Kelly 
Harold Lee Klein 
Maretta Kirstein 
Christina Bertrand Laney 
Bill Andrew Larsen 
Claude H. Latson 
Betty Lorraine Laursen 



Arlen Gus Leeder 

Tad Lee 

Sandra Love 

Geraldine Luter 

Florence Maydelle Luderus 

Marvin Alan Lyons 

Wilma Jean Mason 

Walter Herman Mathews 

Jane Alyce Melin 

John T. Mills 

Doris Catherine Miller 

Phyllis Lee Mirkin 

Fred P. Mitchell, Jr. 

Molly Jean Moffett 

Larry Moskowitz 

Gail MacDonald Mount 

Dorothy Gwendolyn Mullins 

Shirley Jean McBride 

Bean McClain 

Oscar A. McCracken 

Ceryl Alexandra McDonald 

Patricia R. McDonald 

Charles B. Myler 

Josephine P. Myler 

M. Courtney Noll 

Max Edward Noller 

Betsy Fleming Oliver 

Lola Kay Palmer 

Theron Lee Palmer 

Anastasia Panes 

Joe Park 

Jeptha Robert Patterson 

Barbara Ann Pechacek 

Gordon Joseph Phillips 

Harral Young Peacock 

Joseph Alfred Presutto 

Barbara Sue Pritchett 

Gene Price 

Lucille N. Ray 

Jim Read 

Paul D. Reinhardt 

Bill Richardson 

Anthony Ristoff 

Elizabeth Dolly Roberts 



Mary Beth Roche 

Jim Rodgers 

Peggy Lee Rowland 

Marilyn Joan Rupe 

Barron Schlameus 

Sandra Scotten 

Haluk Selvili 

Melih Mehmet Selvili 

Rae Shields 

Fred Sitton 

Bill Sickles 

Gail Smalley 

Evelyn Lianne Smith 

Helen E. Snook 

Janet Frances Soules 

Jack Burke Sowards 

Jack Standard 

Ray B. Stewart, Jr. 

Jean Swartz 

Marilyn Tabor 

Margaret Ann Tate 

Charles Edward Taylor 

Richard Thompson 

Carolyn Lee Tobin 

Hildegarde Frances Tomanek 

Joan Tomkins 

Rip Torn 

Mary Helen Waters 

Elizabeth Ann Wedgeworth 

Jack T. Wernette 

Burt Weil 

James Dale Weir 

Mary Loreen White 

Hubert Whitfield, Jr. 

Connie Joyce Williams 

Dennis Williams 

Van Marcus Williams 

Gordon H. Wilkison 

Frank William Wiseman 

Ann Helen Whitlock 

Charlesa Joan Wolfe 

Charmion Woodland 

Tommye Woodland 

E. D. Yoes, Jr. 

Kathryn Margaret Young 




Front Rmr: Taylor. Talc. Boehl. Larten. 

Vf />:,/ R":i : Hnrrivan. Wisrman. Wilkisiui. 



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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Sponsor 



LlLLIE MUSIL 

MARY ANN MALEY 
GRETCHEN THANHOUSER 
DOROTHY LOUISE GEBAUER 



Betty Elaine Allen 
Marilyn Bailey 
Barbara Ann Barfield 
Emily Frances Beall 
Jamye Lou Box 
Mildred Buck 
Mary Carol Busch 
Dorothy Alice Buttery 
Mary Elizabeth Bynum 
Wincie M. Chenault 
Kaye Love Clark 
Gloria Angela Eberman 



MEMBERS 

Joleene Nan Foley 
Linda Hale Greathouse 
Shirley Margaret Long 
Mary Ann Maley 
Myrna Loy McDougal 
Gina Lynn McKenna 
Dorothy Laverne Mozingo 
Lillie Musil 
Nelma Sue Noel 
Edith M. P. Nunley 
Judith Frances Oden 
Peggy Lee Rowland 



Nelda Gwynn Sims 
Wanda Venone Smith 
Frances Janet Soules 
Gretchen Thanhouser 
Joanne Thompson 
Peggy Joan Triplet! 
Elma Dean Williams 
Grace Denny Williams 
I. Ruth Yates 
Nina Patricia Youngblood 
Evelyn Elise Zak 




Front Roic: Simms, G. Williams, Zak. Thanhouser, Smith, Musil, Foley, Oden, Noel, Beall, Glaze, Box, Billingsley. 
Second Row: Chenault, Harris. Clark. Xunley, Busch, Sims. Rowland, Soules. Thompson. D. Williams. Triplet!. 
Third Ro:r: Rogers. McKenna, Barfield, Youngblood, Greathouse, Buck, Chap:n^n. Allen. Bynum. 



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MEN'S GLEE CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President 
Business Manager 
Historian-Reporter 
Accompanist 
Director 
Faculty Sponsor 



JAMES MADDREY FARABEE 
WILFORD R. PRUETT 
WILLIS M. WATKINS 
SIDNEY SIMS 
BRUCE A. BILLINGSLEY 
CARL VICTOR BREDT 



MEMBERS 



William Kenneth Barnard 
James Belmares, Jr. 
Lester Carl Boone, Jr. 
James Jean Bradley 
George Henry Brigman 
Mike Edward Cline 
Edmund Lewis Cogburn 
Charles Garland Collins 
John Thomas Dawes 
David Summers Dungan 
James Maddrey Farabee 
Roy Brent Fisher 
Gus William Hahn 
Ronald Coffman Harlan 
Robert Franklin Howell 
George Eldridge Keeler 
Karl Archer Maley 



Charles M. Merrill 
Don Thomas Nelson 
Austin Almund O'Dell, Jr. 
Edward Thomas O'Rourke 
William Reed Orr 
Robert Oliver Owens 
Wallace Eugene Parr 
Rob Pierce 
Wilford R. Pruett 
Robert Elliot Pulver 
Don R. Rowe 
Oscar Saenz, Jr. 
Jerry Ray Sandefur 
James Curtis Templin 
John Hart Thompson 
Willis M. Watkins 
Edgar Allen Westbrook 




PACK 389 



KAPPA KAPPA PSI 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor 



JACK WESLEY WALKER 
WALLACE L. SWENSON 
FLOYD SCOTTY WILSON 
C. COHRON CRUTCHFIELD. JR. 
MOTON H. CROCKETT, JR. 



HONORARY 



D. Harold Byrd 
Thomas Lloyd Miller 
Lewis Novy 
Charles Page 



MEMBERS 

Eugene Paul Schoch 
Dr. Goodall Woolen 
J. F. Witt 



MEMBERS 



Elbert White Bennett 
Leonard Howard Clark 
C. Cohron Crutchfield, Jr. 
James Thomas Darwin 
Billy Dean Davis 
Thomas Lee Goode 
Robert G. Haltiner 
William Lewis Morgan 
Arthur Orin Newman, Jr. 
Virgil Monroe Prim 



Isaac Field Roebuck 
Thomas Ralph Rogers 
Kenneth R. Sandburg 
Marvin Meyer Sigel 
William Charles Suhler 
Wallace Leon Swenson 
Robert Gene Tracy 
Jack Wesley Walker 
Floyd Scotty Wilson 



Sims Allen Buckley 
Charles Thomas Eagle 
William Curtis Langford 



PLEDGES 



Joseph H. Slider 
Joe Paul Tupin 




Front Row: Swenson, Bennett, Davis, Haltiner. 

Hack Raiv: Clark, Goode, Prim, Wilson, Darwin, Roebuck, Walker. 



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LONGHORN BAND 



OFFICERS 



President 

First Councillor 

Second Councillor 

Third Councillor 

Fourth Councillor 

Directors 

Majorettes . 
Manager 



WALLACE LEON SWENSON 
JACK WESLEY WALKER 
FLOYD SCOTTY WILSON 
C. COHRON CRUTCHFIELD, JR. 
JOSEPH HARDIE SLIDER 
MOTON H. CROCKETT, JR. 
COLONEL GEORGE E. HURT 
ALBERTA ANN ARLEDGE 
SALLY Ross NICHOLS 
CHARLES THOMAS EAGLE. JR. 



MEMBERS 



Bill Ray Adkins 
Keith Alexander Allan 
Eugene Milton Allen 
Wayne Burton Archer 
Hal W. Atkins, Jr. 
Frank Kelsey Baker 
Arnulfo Balboa 
John Edward Barnes 
Mike Alfred Bartlett 
William Gresham Baskin 
Elbert White Bennett 
Mclvin Ronald Blumberg 
H. E. Skip Bohn 
Joe Wayne Bonser 
Richard Thomas Bowen 
Harold Clayton, Brantley, 

Jr 
Ronald Charles 

Brinkoeter 

Sherwin Byron Brotman 
Sims Allen Buckley 
Charles A. Buzbee 
John L. Campos 
Ruben Cantu 
Leonard A. Chambers 



Charles Coopwood 

Chapman 

William Bruton Clark 
Paul Alvin Clinkscales 
Harry Eugene Cole 
Robert Crowell Cole 
Rodger Vance Connell 
Ervin Terry Grain 
Frank Crixell, Jr. 
Vincent L. Crixell 
C. Cohron Crutchfield, 

Jr. 
James Thomas Darwin, 

Jr. 

Billy Dean Davis 
Ernst Michael Davis 
Thomas Fredrick Dawson 
John Walter Dooley 
Lee H. Dorfman 
Charles Thomas Eagle, 

Jr. 

Manuel Garza, Jr. 
Walter Louis Geyer 
Thomas Lee Goode 
Donald Franklin 

Gustafson 



Ireneo Gutierrez, Jr. 
Kenneth Eugene Guyer 
Don Warren Hagen 
John William Hague 
Robert George Haltincr 
Daniel Lawrence 

Hargrove 
James P. Hart, Jr. 
Ronald Joseph Hauser 
Phillip Wayne Hawley 
Wayne Melvin Hay 
Morton Robert Hecht 
Thomas Wesley Herbst 
Clifton Lee Hodges 
William H. House 
Walton Donnie Hood 
Virgil Ross Hughes 
Robert Charles Joekel 
Ronald Ross Jones 
Charles Norman Kahler 
George Willard Kaplan 
Jack Carl Kelly 
Don H. Kobe 
G. H. Lampley 
Bill Curtis Langford 



James Almus Ledbetter 
George Andrew Leeah 
Sam Asbury Lovorn, Jr. 
William E. McCarson 
James Bryant McCloud 
Roy David McDonald 
James Francis Mabry, III 
Lanny Joe Maedgen 
Edward Thomas Martin 
Louis James Michulkit 
James D. Miller 
John George Moore 
William Lewis Morgan 
Glenn Edward Moye 
Perry Mueller, Jr. 
Leon Musil 
Jimmy Lewis Nichols 
Johnny Edward Novey 
George Thomas Odom 
Oscar Julius Olson, Jr. 
Jack Wilson Ormand 
William Joseph Peikert 
Bob Glenn Perry 
John Grafton Perry, Jr. 
Kenneth Pinson 



James T. Pledger 
Jay Frank Powell 
Gene Alan Prim 
Virgil Monroe Prim 
Harold John Rademacher 
Morgan Van Raines 
Ralph Bryan Ratliff 
James Fowler Reaves 
C. W. Reynolds 
James Van Richards 
Isaac Field Roebuck, Jr. 
Tommy Ralph Rodgers 
Jean Ellis Rozzell 
Kenneth Richard 

Sandberg 

John Louis Sanders 
Robert Rudolph Schwab 
David Alfen Senter 
George Alan Shafer 
Marvin Meyer Sigel 
Dan R. Skinner 
Joe Hardie Slider 
Alvin Aries Smith 
Jerry Wayne Smith 
Ray Burl Smith 
Neal Leslie Spelce 



Joe Stanley Stephen 
Garland Foscue 

Swearingen 

William Charles Suhler 
Wallace Leon Swenson 
James Curtis Tcmplin 
Nolen Liborn Thorn 
John Russell Tinsley 
Don Winston Titus 
Robert Gene Tracy 
Billy Gene Trimble 
Joe Paul Tupin 
Norberto B. Vasquez 
Joe Earl Vaughan 
Jack Miller Vaught 
Bill Newton Walker 
Jack Wesley Walker 
Thomas Melvin Ware 
Walter Hamilton White 
Robert Oddy Williams, 

Jr. 

Floyd Scotty Wilson 
Leroy Winburne 
Jerry Riley Wiseman 
William Jack Wright 
Bernie Boyd Wuthrich 




A;..nl Ki>;,: Adkins. Crockett. S. Nichols. Ledbetter. Baskio. B. Walker. Sanders, Brinkoeter. Jones. Crutchfield. Reaves. Chambers. Swearingen. J. Walker. 

Baker. Mabry. Swe-nson. Skinner. Dooley. Arleck-r. . \(kins. 
Srconil It: ... . M.iiLMii I!.. wen. R.iilitl |nekel. Ormand. J. Nichols. Dorfman, Lovorn. Olson. Gutierrez. R. Smith, Campos, Richards. Herbst. Blumberg. 

K.nlrm.iih.-i. It. I). U.uiv. 

'l'hi,d K;< : 'lupin. (,CN,,|,- Cantu. May. Michulka. V. Piini. Roebuck. Lampley. Vaughan. Allen. J. W. Smith. Clinkscales. Shafer. House, Vasques, Leeah. 
f'^urtli K<>:t : Daruin. White. E. Da% is. Chapman. Mmr. KoU-. (- Piini. Kaplan, Templin. Archer. Pinson. Wilson, Gustafson, Crixell, Grain. Schwab. 
h'i/lh Ko:i: Haltiner. Bartlett. Raines. Reynolds. Crixell. R. Cole. Hughes. Rogers. Guyer, Titus. Maedgen. Trimble. Hodges. Hargrove. Vaught. Garza. 
Si\th R:< : Moii.rr. C'nmell. B. Perry. Slider. Hecht. Kelly. Spelce. Wiseman. Ware. Eagle. A. Smith. Buckley. 
S.,-.n//i lt-'.t : SaiuUK'ni. Ballm.l. Hrantlrv. Landlord. Mueller. Kahler. Wuthrich. McDonald. Bu/ljee. Rozzell. 



I'M;, 



RADIO-TV GUILD 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer . 

Advisor 

Sponsor 



HENRY A. ANDERSON 
ROBERT A. POLUNSKY 
BONNIE Jo CRAWFORD 
OLIVER D. HAILEY, JR. 
GAIL R. ADKINS 
HARVEY R. HERBST 



Claude A. Allen 
Henry Aluah Anderson 
Hal W. Atkins, Jr. 
Julia Kathrine Beall 
Bobbie Dawn Bone 
Jo Ann Brown 
Joseph C. Buckman 
June Hodgson Buckman 
James Richard Burkhardt 
Jon Mac Burkhart 
Carol Cook 
Sara Janet Corenbleth 
Bonnie Jo Crawford 
Mary Damrel 
Ann Davis 

Shirley P. Greenburg 
Carole Janet Greene 



MEMBERS 

Patricia Ann Hagan 
Oliver D. Hailey, Jr. 
Charles Ahearn Hamilton 
Patricia Ann Hinze 
Norman Horowitz 
Macie Anne Hulse 
Sylvia H. Jacobs 
Kathleen Emilie Karbach 
Sidney Warren Krams 
Mary Lou Lynch 
Joan Elizabeth Lyon 
Paul Robert Markey 
Shirley Jean McBride 
Ceryl Alexandra McDonald 
Wayne Royce McKinny 
Philip Moore Miller 
Laurence Moskowitz 



Carl Heinz Neukirchen 
Joanne Melton Muhn 
Maureen Frances O'Brien 
Pauline F. Pierce 
Wallace Eugene Parr 
Robert Alan Polunsky 
Marilyn Joan Rupe 
Madelon Kathryn 

Schabarum 

Martha Meredith Shillito 
Peggy Shores 
Fred William Smart 
Evelyn Lianne Smith 
Shirley Elise Strum 
Ed L. Teer 

Lloyd Richard Watkeys 
Sol Bertram Weil 
Lou Ann Williamson 




Front Row: Rigney, Hailey, Lynch, Anderson, Crawford. Polunsky, Shores, Cook. 

Second Row: Brown, Greenberg, McBride, Shillito, Beall, Damrel, Lyon, Schwartz, Haralson, Greene, Atkins. 

Third Row: Moskowitz, Teer, McDonald, Bone, Smith, Rupe, Horowitz, Jacobs, Hodgson, Buckman, Hamilton. 



PACK 392 






VARSITY DEBATE 






President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Reporter . 



President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Reporter . 

Director 

Assistant Director 
Assistant 
Assistant 



WOMEN'S DEBATE WORKSHOP 
OFFICERS 

DANA JUAN HIERONYMUS 

SARA ANN ABREOO 

ANN STAACKE 

BERNADINE SCHATZIE NIXON 

MEN'S DEBATE WORKSHOP 
OFFICERS 

BERNARD OLTER Dow 

NEWTON BORIS SCHWARTZ 

JAMES P. HART, JR. 

WILLIAM GILBRETH BARBER 

FACULTY SPONSORS 

THOMAS A. ROUSSE 

EMOGENE EMERY 

NORMA DESHA BUNTON 

DONALD MANLY WILLIAMS 

WOMEN'S DEBATE WORKSHOP 
MEMBERS 



Sara Ann Abrego 
Dana Juan Hieronymus 
Peggy Joyce Jamison 
Helen Heise Jung 



Suzanne Ilyne Kauffman 
Joan Elizabeth Lyon 
Jane Gay Maxwell 



Caroline Barsh Moore 
Bernadine Schatzie Nixon 
Ann Staacke 
Sarah Elizabeth Woodfin 



MEN'S DEBATE WORKSHOP 
MEMBERS 

Jerry Carl Gilmore Patric R. McDonald 

James P. Hart, Jr. Roy William Mouer 

Harry Pat Hewell Allan Kerry Preston 

Jackson Chandler Hubbard Newton Boris Schwartz 
Bruce Edward Jones Robert Roy Schier 

Robert William Jung Robert Tyre Squyres 

John Allan Kromas Dolph B. H. Simon 

William Emerson Wright 



William Gilbreth Barber 
Ballard Bennett 
Eugene Harold Bouligny 
Everett Foy Clement 
James Michael Cook 
Perry D. Davis, Jr. 
Bernard Olter Dow 
Jackie R. Deaver 




Nixon. WnoHfin. Hirronymus. Clement. Davis. Abreo. Kauffmin. Schwartz. 



PAOP. 393 



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ALBA CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President ROBERTO VELA, JR. 

V ice-President JUAN JOSE BALLI 

Secretary IRMA SALDIVAR 

Treasurer GRACE SALDIVAR 

Faculty Sponsor GEORGE I. SANCHEZ 




MEMBERS 



Juan Jose Balli 
Homero Cuellar 
Raul De La Rosa 

Luis Rene Garibay 
Antonieta Garza 

David Flores Gonzalez 
Hector V. Herrera 
Elmo Lopez 

Hector D. Lozano 

Gustavo Eberto Martinez 



Roel Martinez 

George Ozuna, Jr. 
Tadeo P. Saldana 

Eduardo N. Saldivar 
Grace Saldivar 

Humberto F. Saldivar 
Irma Gloria Saldivar 
Jocorrita Teneyugue 
J. Adan Trevino 

Andreina Blance Trevino 



Roberto Vela, Jr. 



Founded in 1945, ALBA is designed to promote social and cultural interest among Latin-American groups. These groups have 
entered into various projects this year in order to carry out this goal. 




Front Row: Irma Saldivar, Grace Salvidar, Trevino, Garcia, Capello. 
Second Row: DeLeon, Vela, Cuellar. Humberlo Saldivar, Aleman. 



PACK 3% 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF 

ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President . 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor . 



Alexander Sharp Bennett 
Charles DeForrest Bigelow 
Frank W. Bomar 
R. L. Boucaier 
Lewis H. Briner 
Forrest Jones Brown 
Ned Hamilton Burns 
James Edward Burson 
Jack Lee Gates 
Robert Stanley Caton 
H. E. Clayton 
Hale L. Coffeen 
Addison Joel Gotten 



MICHAEL R. VOICH 
CHARLES ARNOLD FREEZIA 
ROBERT EDWARD TIEMAN 
LEWIS H. BRINER 
JAMES J. POLLARD 

MEMBERS 



Robert Parker Cralle 
Roy Arthur Davis, Jr. 
Charles Ernest DeWoody 
Barry Frederick Fehlman, Jr. 
Charles Arnold Freezia 
Robert D. Garrison, Jr. 
William Douglas Garrison 
Glenn Roy Gartman 
Clyde Howard Gordon 
Thomas Maxey Hart, Jr. 
Louis Arthur Hempel, Jr. 
Ransom L. Hightower 
Donald H. Hines 
Ralph J. Houghton 




Hal Hurlbert 
Charles Calvin Kubin 
John Leslie Lowery 
Bernard A. Marlow, Jr. 
George Engle Maxwell 
Zoilo Medina 
Samson O. Miller 
Eduardo Guadalupe Morales 
William Beecher Ogletree 
V. Shelton Perkins 
Harold Vance Phenix 
Gilbert Rodgers 
Carl Ester Rogers 
Billy Joe Sellars 



Roy Dee Stanford 
Edward J. Surovik 
Robert L. Thorns 
Robert Edward Tieman 
Oliver T. Tucker 
La Vaughn Turn 
Celestina R. Villarreal 
Michael R. Voich 
Donald Edward Willhoite 
Arthur J. Willrodt 
Jerry Riley Wiseman 
Bunt Bart Wolf 
John Wolff, Jr. 



The AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS was founded so that all architectural engineering 
students could group together to discuss pertinent issues with prominent men of their field. 




Front /?*>:<: Bennett. C'olten. Briner. Rn(k'nv Voich, Fehlman. Tieman. Phenix. Surovik. Houuhton. Gonzalez. 
Second Ro:i: Lee, Willrodl, Valencia. Brown. Burson, Davis, Rogers, Cralle, Dornberger, Pollard. 
Third Run : Medina. Adam-. Hart. Perkins. Tucker. McCandless, Garrison. Gartman. Freezia, Coffeen. 



PACE 397 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 
AND INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS 



Chairman 

First Vice Chairman 

Second Vice Chairman 

Recorder 

Recording Secretary . 

Treasurer 

Faculty Advisors 



OFFICERS 



CHARLIE D. ANDERSON 
BOB I. VANCIL 
BENJAMIN J. LEON 
DONOVAN G. FISHER 
JOE EDWIN ARMSTRONG 
WILLIAM C. HALLMARK 
WILLIAM JAMES McKuNE 
WILLIAM H. HARTWIG 




MEMBERS 



Calvin Witt Adams 

Abdul Ruzzak Al-Bakri 

Sahib Hadi AH 

Charlie D. Anderson 

Jack T. Ard 

Joe Edwin Armstrong 

William Eugene Arrowood 

Abdel-Kader O. Aybub 

Nassouh Husni Bahra 

Billy J. Barnes 

Robert L. Baros 

Lee Winn Black 

Paul W. Byers 

David Edward Campbell 

Robert Edward Carnell 

William Bernard Carr 

Ray Earl Cooper 

Kenneth Jackson Cox 



William Monroe Cramer 
George Clifford Crow 
Howard Wayne Davis 
Glenn E. Deakins 
Tom L. Dennis, Jr. 
James Charles Ditto 
Jack Quitman Dunaway 
Samuel Egnot 
Oliver Perkins Ellison, Jr. 
Thomas E. Fairey 
Donovan G. Fischer 
John Lee Fischer 
Thomas Ray Fouts 
John David Gavenda 
William Clements Hallmark 
Donald Penn Harris 
Robert Clark Holt 
Robert Wayne Hunke 
Arthur Wayman Ivy 



Charles Edward Jenkins 
Ralph Benjamin Johnson, Jr. 
William Byron Kissinger 
Layton A. B. Klotz 
Benjamin J. Leon 
Frank Logan 

William Irvin McReynolds 
Reginald Otto Medlin, Jr. 
James Pearson Michael 
Stephen Joseph Neshyba 
John Baldwin O'Day, Jr. 
Gilbert Marvin Ohlen 
William Edison Owen 
Mehmet C. Ozulu 
Walter Martin Phillips 
Charles Avon Powell 
Alton Spencer Ray, Jr. 
Carlos Schrader 



Jim Edwin Shelly 
Cecil Benjamin Shelman 
David Harold Shelton 
Henry Clay Sherrod, Jr. 
Allen Grayson Small 
James R. Smith 
Elof Holmfred Soderberg 
Hubert R. Stewart 
William Scott Swearingen 
Robert Edward Tatsch 
Jamie Bryent Terrell 
Marion Brown Tomme, Jr. 
Bob I. Vancil 
Wallace Owen Warmack 
William T. Welch 
Carroll Eugene Williams 
Everett Howard Wilson 
Robert Louis Zinke 



Founded in 1907, the main purpose of student branches of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS and 
the INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS is to introduce the student to the field of electrical engineering and to men in the 
profession. 




Front Row: Ellison, Smith, Ozulu, Bahra, Harris, Terrell, Fairey, D. Fischer, Cooper, Leon, McKune. 
Second Row: Tatsch, Wilson, Medlin, Sherrod, Baros, Michael, Cox, Vancil, Gavenda. Holt, Hallmark. 
Third Row: Schrader, Williams, Byers, J. Fischer, Zinke, Armstrong, Stewart, Black, Shelton, Anderson. 
Fourth Row: Ohlen, Hyltin, Hertel, Deakins, Shelman. 



PAOH 398 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 

MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS 



President 

V ice-President . 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Sponsor . 



OFFICERS 



CARL HOUSTON BURN HAM 
ROBERT MITCHELL ORR 
BOB G. AGNEW 
ERNEST H. BABITZKE 
FRANK W. JESSEN 




MEMBERS 



Charles Terry Abercrombie 
Bob G. Agnew 
Horace LaRue Atnipp 
Harvey D. Attra 
Ernest H. Babitzke 
Donald B. Barker 
Tom E. Breedlove 
William Rice Broocks 
Carl Houston Burnham 
Ben Morgan Burns 



Kinder M. Chambers 
James Alden Cox 
Willis Pownell Crenshaw 
Clinton P. Crocker 
Edward Eugene DeMoss 
Robert Leon Draper 
Jacques Lee Elbel 
Alfred Stevens Erwin, Jr. 
William Y. Fair 
Edward L. Freund 

Mohammad 



Philip E. Happel 
Jack E. Haughn 
Kenneth Dale Henry 
George Tones Karpos 
Harold Frank Kosel 
Charles Robert Leggott 
John Bandon Lovick 
Tipton M. Murrell 
Robert Mitchell Orr 
Isaac Field Roebuck 
Qamar Zaman 



Tommy Rovello, Jr. 
Dan Kenyon Sartain 
Allen Roy Steinert 

Chaunce Olcott 
Thompson, Jr. 

Henry Allen Tyler, Jr. 
James Reagan Vague 
Kimbell S. Watson 
Z. Martin Wells, Jr. 
Milton Earl Young 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS is an organization to promote contact between 
students interested in the mineral industries. This includes petroleum engineers and geologists. A national organization, it was 
founded in 1871. 




l-'rttnt K:c; Sasser, Burns, Babilzkc. Scott. Baker. Karpos, Burnham. Young. 
Second Knit-: Attra. Rovello, Zaman, Atnipp. Behne. Thompson, Cox. 
Third Ro:r: Hill, Draper, Crocker, Agnew, Vague, WelU. 
t-'nurth Roit': DeMoss, Broocks. Fischer, Tyler. Brannon. 



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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 



OFFICERS 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Advisor . 



Wendell Paige Allen 
Ross Anglin 
Jessie Edwin Baldwin 
Ray Ernest Barlemann 
Earl Ross Barnard 
Ralph Marcus Baxter 
Jerald Randolph Beasley 
Guillermo Bello 
Robert Skeen Braden 
Thomas Cater Brown 
James Gordon Bryson 
Sidney Johnson Buell 
John Clint Burks 
Ronald Lee Bynes 
Miguel M. Calderon 
Jose Raquel Canales 
Ralph Neill Christian 
Billy T. Clark 
Dow C. Cobb 
Hale L. Coffeen 
Reuben D. Cook 
Addison Joel Cotten 
Clyde Defrates, Jr. 



JERRY GARRETT 
CHARLES R. VANDEWATER 
Dow C. COBB 
KENNETH FRANCIS KOEHL 
CARL WILLIAM MORGAN 



MEMBERS 



Herman Hugs Druebert 
Robert Houston Dyer 
Aarne Erich Eeck 
James Rolyford Evoins 
Thomas E. Evans 
Max A. Fariss 
Jerry Garrett 
William Douglas Garrison 
S. A. Garza 
Jorge V. Gonzales 
Robert Albert Graham 
Carmon Myles Grant 
Herman E. Haenel 
Richard Eding Helland 
Bobby Wayne Hodges 
Ralph J. Houghton 
W. Houston Humphries, Jr. 
William Paul Jobes 
Harry Evard Johnson 
Leonard Marcus Johnson 
Carlos Kirkpatrick 
Kenneth Francis Koehl 
Charles Raleigh Kreuz 



John Edward Lacy 
James Enamet Laughlin 
William Vaughn Leard 
Guillermo Levy 
Donald George McDavid 
Donald Pete McDuff 
Don Marshall 
Robert B. Matlock 
Robert Leornard Mikulin 
Sampson Oliver Miller 
Ernest Thomas Mosley 
Hisham A. R. Munir 
Dewey T. Nicholson 
Christy Martin Nolen, Jr. 
William Beecher Ogletree 
Raul Pena, Jr. 
Harold Vance Phenix 
Jimmy Carroll Ragon 
Gilbert Rodgers 
Thomas Pascal Rogers 
Donald R. Rowe 
Malki Sabri 
Albert T. Saffold 




Charles Harvey Schmidt 
Charles Walter Schneider, Jr. 
Harry G. Scurlock 
Melih Mehmet Selvili 
Alexander Ohan Shasha 
Edwin M. Smith 
Edward T. Sorovik 
Edwin Lawrence Spenrath 
Don Harold Stewart 
Charles Creed Taylor 
Thomas Edgar Taylor, Jr. 
Stuart Edward Templeton 
Robert Andrew Thompson III 
Wayne Kenneth Travis 
Leo Paul Tyra 
Richard Vander Straten 
Charles Ramon Vandewater 
Donald Ritchie Van Sickle 
Dick Whittington 
Ted Porter Willis 
Robert Zavala 
Alfonso J. Zuniga 



The object of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS is to afford an opportunity for civil engineering students 
to become acquainted and to promote a spirit of congeniality among them by acquainting them with topics of interest to civil 
engineering students. 







Front Ron-: Phenix, Munir, Rodgers, Humphries, Schneider, Burks, Shasha. Barnard. Garrctt. Smith. Johnson. Canales. Lacy. Zuniga, Schmidt, Pena. 

Second Row: Surovik, Baxter, Whittington, Malki, McDavid, Bryson, Willis, Clark, Fariss, Haenel, Nolen, Defrates. 

Third Row: Focht, Leard, Stewart, Travis, Anglin. Graham, Hodges, Cobb, McDuft", Selvili. Saffold, Allen. 

Fourth Row: Turpin. Dawson. Morgan, Matlock, Vandewater, Kreuz, Koehl, Moore. Barker, Jobes, Grant, Barlemann, Houghton. 

Fifth Ron 1 : Rogers, Kirkpatrick, Zavala. Laughlin. Garza, Nicholson. 



PAGE 400 



THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Advisor 



OFFICERS 



RICHARD E. BAILEY 
ROY L. VAN WINKLE 
GORDON JARRETT SNIVELY 
ROBERT WILLIAM KOTZEBUE, JR. 
LEONARDT FERDINAND KREISLE 




MEMBERS 



Clarence A. Albrecht 
Richard E. Bailey 
Robert Fred Bailey 
Claude Alfred Barnes 
Robert Glenn Barrick 
William Albert Bateman 
William Charles Bender 
N. John Blumberg 
Howard M. Braymer 
Timothy Donlin Brown 
Howard Parnell Byrnes, Jr. 
Hi-Chang Chai 
Jack Wilburn Cherry 
Calvin Coolidge Chervenka 
James Darragh Crownover 
Donald Harold Davis 
John Powell Davis 
Thomas Edward Farek 
Ronald Feit 
Ray J. Flaskamper 
William Harvey Fleming 



Ronald Dale Flowers 
Andrew John Freund 
Robert Geis Freund 
Clay W. G. Fulcher 
Ernest Jack Funk 
Willard Russell Furley 
Robert Stanley Gant 
Jose Othon Garcia 
Owen Dale Goodman 
Jerry Clinton Graff 
Ronald Miller Guinn 
Billy Bert Hamel 
Larry Gene Henry 
Eugene S. Katz 
Joseph Anthony Kloesel, Jr. 
Robert William Kotzebue, Jr. 
Lynwood Curtis Krause 
Albert Curry Kyser, III 
Billy Gene Lackland 
Enoch Roger Lind 
Ernest Ovey Lusk 



Robert Kenneth McMordie 
Gene Ernest Maeckel 
Daniel Marino 
Sylvester Lee Matthews 
James Waddell May 
Willard Mayo 
Gene S. Melton 
Charlton Joseph Milam 
Rudy Rinehart Mueller 
Dave Daniel Nagel 
Robert Howard Payne 
Raymond Floyd Perner 
Robert Severin Peterson 
William Joseph Polon 
Charles Vastine Rice 
Everett Allen Roberts 
Gilbert E. Robertson 
Oral Zane Rusk 
Danahey Ryan 
Robert R. Schwab 
Garry Scroggins 



James Earle Shamblin 
Irving Kemp Sheffield, Jr. 
Ryan Allen Shook 
Gordon Jarrett Snively 
Cecil Ray Sparks 
Harold Justin Speir 
John Perry Stobaugh 
Walter R. Taber, Jr. 
Marma Duke Taylor 
Walter Edgar Tedford 
Charles Ernest Thompson, Jr. 
Lloyd C. Trimble 
Floyd Ray Turner 
Roy L. Van Winkle 
Gene Cowben Walker 
James Laird Warner 
Kenneth Malcolm Webb, Jr. 
Adrain Dawson Wilkinson, Jr. 
William Worth 
Zaghlool Y. Yousie 



By means of speakers and the Power Show, the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS works to create an 
interest in mechanical engineering among other students, and to encourage a spirit of professionalism among its members. 




PAGE 401 



ASHBEL LITERARY SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
V ice-President . 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer .... 



MARY KIMBALL ALEXANDER 
GRACE ELIZABETH A WALT 
MARY E. KNOTTS 
VIRGINIA MOORE 
MARTHA ANN BEALL 




Mary Kimball Alexander 
Grace Elizabeth Await 
Martha Ann Beall 
Marjorie Ann Benton 
E. Lell Cardwell 
Dorothy H. Cook 
Mary Lee Cowden 
Marjorie Ann Cramer 
Barbara Crockett 
Patsy Ruth Dabney 
Carolyn Dickerson 
Margaret Anne Dunlap 
Betty Erwin 
Betty Fischer 
Shirley Corinne Fitch 
Peggy Fulton 
Ann Gorsky 



MEMBERS 

Jane Louise Hardwick 

Douglas Ann Johnson 

Gretchen Kebelman 

Diana Klotz 

Martha Ann Knapp 

Mary E. Knotts 

Lynn Kuhlman 

Barbara La Flore 

Ann Laughlin 

Diane Lehman 

Sara Lew Link 

Julie Lockman 

Dottie Long 

Kay Martin 

Sandra Lou Mayfield 

Pat McClain 

Ann Bdstwick McCranie 



Mary Mills 
Carol Louise Moak 
Virginia Moore 
Bernadine Nixon 
Judith Carter Phelps 
Ann Playter 
Helen Lee Poland 
Patricia Joyce Pryor 
Mary Pat Puig 
Laura B. Randall 
Marilyn Yvonne Sadler 
Nancy Elaine Schneider 
Andrea Szechenyi 
Diane Simpson 
Scottie Gayle Stevenson 
Margaret Ann Tate 
Margaret Adrienne Weaver 



Founded in 1888, ASHBEL LITERARY SOCIETY was the first literary or dramatic society on the campus. Its members are 
chosen for interest in good literature and must have a "B" average in English. 




Front Row: Knapp, Simpson, Long, Knotts, Pryor, Erwin, Fulton, Johnson, Martin, Fitch, Klotz. 

Second Row: Kendall, Alexander, Mills, Benton, Link, McHaney, Sadler. Dunlap, Puig, Moore, Kebelman, Dabney, Cardwell, Fischer. 

Third Row: Laughlin, Kuhlman, Stevenson, Poland, Szechenyi, Beall, Await, Weaver, Phelps. Lockman, Tate, Nixon, Garner. 



PAGE 402 



ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Sponsor 
Faculty Sponsor 



OFFICERS 



JOYCE MILTON 
MARTHA V. HUTCHINSON 
LLOYL DOLL MARTIN 
ROSE MARIE REALS 
CORA MERRIMAN MARTIN 
PHYLLIS RICHARDS 




Marilyn Janice Baker 
Rose Marie Beals 
Lois Lillian Berglund 
Mary Rose Brady- 
Ann Brandenburg 
Mildred Buck 
Bonnie Jean Carson 
Phoebe Jane Cunningham 
Zella Cunningham 
Ruth Findley Evans 
Glynda Jo Gaedke 
Ben Morel Glass 



MEMBERS 

Ida Pauline Harmon 
Shirley M. Hord 
Martha V. Hutchinson 
Allie Ruth Jones 
Barbara Lou Jones 
Shirley Maxine Kaplan 
Nancy Eliot Keith 
Evelyn Jean Kellner 
Sarah Lew Link 
Kay McKnight 
Betty B. Maroney 
Lloyl Doll Martin 



Joyce Milton 
Carolyn Ann Neal 
Donna Jo Nenstiel 
Marian Jo Prino 
Betty Ann Rankin 
Mary Jo Riley 
Shirley Ann Saunders 
M. Marilyn Townsley 
Charlotte Weiner 
Mary Louise Williams 
Charlotte Cora Wolcott 
Henrietta B. Wolfer 



A national organization open to child development majors, elementary education majors, and those interested in children, the 
ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION meets to discuss problems of child education. 




^^^^^^^^^^^^^Bai^^Hi^H^^^^H 

Front Rox: Townslrv. Miltmi. Kaplan. Kirsh. Carroll. Jourdan. Solo. Buck. Saundcrs. 
Secaitd Ron-: Chapman. Younsljlood. Friedlander. Hord. Hutchinson. Rilty. Brandrnlmix, Erwin 
Third Row: Glass, Prino, Martin. Abmeyer, Crainer. Carson, Cunningham. Ehlcrs. 



FAOF. 403 



CAMPUS LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
Vice-President 
Secretary .... 
Treasurer .... 
Public Relations Chairman 
Faculty Sponsor 



JULIE LOCKMAN 
MARY Jo HOLLON 
PATRICIA HINDS 
MARY ANN MALEY 
DOUGLAS ANN JOHNSON 
JANE ANN SCHOONMAKER 




Margaret Etoile Alcorn 
Joan Ascher 
Cecilia Ann Barber 
Barbara Ann Barnes 
Marjory Jenneta Barton 
Julia Katherine Beall 
Florence Anne Beauchamp 
Bessie Rae Belcher 
Rosalyn Joyce Berger 
Marjorie Janice Bourdon 
M. Sue Burks 
Mary Elizabeth Bynum 
Elizabeth Ann Cameron 
B. Joanne Carolan 
Connie E. Clark 
Kaye Love Clark 
Sue Clark 
Shirley Cohen 
Claudia Anne Collins 
Joanne Copeland 
Norma Jean Crow 
Dorothy Jo Daily 
Bettie M. Dancy 
Dorothy Inge Deaver 
Marilyn Ida Denman 
Joan B. Dumbauld 
Dorothy Jane Durrenberger 
Gloria Angela Eberman 
Diane Fearis 
Betty Tom Flack 
Martha Ann Fontaine 
Patricia Joan Gayle 
Patty Gill Gideon 
Hannah Goren 
Kay Martha Gorges 
Carole Janet Greene 
Patricia Ann Greiper 
Hinda Lois Groner 



MEMBERS 

Virginia Hallum 
Joyce Hargrove 
Davia Hewlett Hawes 
Harriot J. Haynes 
Libby Herndon 
Patricia Hinds 
Virginia Lois Hlanak 
Mary Jo Hollon 
Nancy Jean Hollowell 
Martha Alice Hopkins 
Alice Ann Hutson 
Mary Louise Ivey 
Van Diane Johanson 
Douglas Ann Johnson 
Rosalie A. Klein 
Karolyn Kucera 
Tavia Rae LaFour 
Patricia Ann Lasater 
Gloria Yvonne Laves 
Joan Hodsdon Leonard 
Geane Marian Lewis 
Shirley Ann Lively 
Julie Lockman 
Glenda W. Loveless 
Mary Grace Loveless 
Beverly Jo McCabe 
Kathryn Ann McCuistion 
Mary Gwyn McCullough 
Lula Margaret McMillen 
Mary Ann Maley 
Gwendolyn Vee Mann 
Martha Massey 
Jo Ann Mays 
Merry Ann Merritt 
Barbara Kay Milder 
Sammye Jo Miles 
Carolyn Marie Miller 
Patsy Sue Millikan 



Sally Ross Nichols 
Schatzie Bernadine Nixon 
Martha Ann Patton 
Nancy Yvonne Peavy 
Zondra Rae Pepper 
Beverly Joyce Power 
F. Darlene Prouse 
Ruth Lorene Prouse 
Phyllis Estelle Ratner 
Joan Frances Robinson 
Shirley Jean Rosenberg 
Barbara Marcia Roth 
Sara Catherine Sample 
Betty Jean Scamardo 
Helen Rose Marie Schafer 
Gail Andrea Schatzman 
Margaret Ann Schmidt 
Otis Rhea Schmidt 
Joyce Agatha Schnell 
Raleigh Joy Sekt 
Suzanne Selber 
Amelia Eleen Shifflett 
Henrietta Leigh Silverman 
Charlotte Ann Smith 
Ruth Smith 
Kathryn Ann Spooner 
Rena Margaret Steinberg 
Mildred Janet Sutton 
Grazia A. Talerico 
Helen Louise Timpson 
Sally Elizabeth Tucker 
Betty Jo Waddill 
Barbara Alyene Warren 
Barbara Alice Wells 
Carol Jean Wesner 
Elsie Wheeler 
Elizabeth White 
Lois Virginia Wynne 



CAMPUS LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS is a college affiliation of the National League of Women Voters. Its purpose is to 
promote good government by stimulating interest among women through educational programs and voters services. The league 
is non-partisan. 



PACE 404 



CANTERBURY CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Secretary . 
U R W A Representative 
U RW A Representative 
U R W A Representative 
Student Chaplain 



Elizabeth S. Akin 
Robert Burnry Alexander, Jr. 
Laura Sue Andrew 
Dorothy Jane Anderson 
Elaine Elizabeth Aniol 
Richard Gibbs Arellano 
Kathertne Ann Armstrong 
Jennie Carter Arthur 
John F. Ashby 
Frances Kendall Atkins 
Laura Luuann Atkins 
Harriet Kay Baker 
Ann Benbow 
Barbara Ann Benedict 
Jane Frances Bennett 
Robert Sherman Bennett 
Camilla May Berkley 
Gillis Ann Bienvenu 
Patricia Joan Billfaldt 
William Taylor Biskamp 
Rosamund Blair 
Lee Sampson Block 
Guy Arthur Blount 
Bobbie Dawn Bone 
Barbara Brooks Bordwell 
Martha ret Lee Boyd 

i-i in.i Sue Boyette 

MM Marie Boyles 
ulia Beth Brandt 

illiam Brewster, Jr. 
Audrey Lee Brians 
Dorothy Meade Bruns 
Robert Ralph Budd 
John Frederick Buenz, Jr. 
Ben Morgan Burns 
John Terence Butler 
Mary Carver 
Nancy L. Clarke 
Elizabeth Ann Clore 
John Leslie Cnchran 
Carolyn Ann Coe 
Gay Col bury 
John M. Conaster 
Robert Byron Conklin 
Edith Virginia Comtans 



RALPH L. MASTERS 
SHIRLEY JOSEPHINE MARBLE 
CAROLYN ANN COE 
FRANCES LOUIE GARRARD 
JOHN MARK KINNEY 
REVEREND JOHN PAUL CARTER 



Mary Dee Cooper 
Marjorie Ann Cramer 
Carolyn M. Crofts 
John Robert Cromack 
Mary Elizabeth Dannedbaum 
William Dee Dockery 
Robert Lee Bait Dewar 
Sydney Yvonne Deyo 
Patricia Dilworth 
Katherin Woodson Donaldson 
Royce Allison Drake 
Sally Ann Drisdale 
Wanda Jean Dull 
Genevieve Louise Dumas 
Joan Beverly Dumbauld 
Rufus H. Duncan 
Margaret Ann Dunlap 
Robert Zempter Eanes 
Irvin A. Ebaugh, Jr. 
Joan Eckles 
Eugene Edge, III 
Barbara McDaniel Ellis 
James Eugene Estes 
Georgia Christine Fadal 
Natalie Fairloth 
Tomas Eugene Fanning 
Julia Ann Ferguson 
Sallie Harrison Fetter 
Robert Ernest Fields 
Don Paul Fly 
Patrick Allen Flynn 
Joeene Nan Foley 
William R. Foote 
Harriet Jean Fowler 
John T. Frazer 
John Stuart Fulton 
Thomas Gibbs Gee 
Muriel Joy Giles 
Judith Adams Gosnell 
Helen Frances Gott 
Linda Hale Greathouse 
Sarah Beth Gulledge 
Katherine Del Gullette 
Nora Lynn Gurney 
J. Everett Hall 



MEMBERS 

John Stanley Hamby 

Richard Parker Harrington 

Alfred John Harris 

William Huie Hess 

Lester Glenn Hill, Jr. 

Louise Hill 

Patricia Hinds 

Margaret Hodges 

Sue Margaret Hoffman 

Beth Horton 

Mary Elizabeth Houston 

Sonya Anne Ingwersen 

Elinor James 

Mary Virginia Jenull 

Pinckney M. Johnson, Jr. 

Richard C. Johnson 

Sue Johnson 

Burton A. Jones 

George Tones Karpos 

Kathleen Kelley 

Patricia Anne Kendall 

John Mark Kinney 

Lynn Kuhlman 

Frieda Fern Kull 

George Robert Kunkel 

Shirley June Lammers 

Mary Maude Lane 

Hervert Howard Lang 

Betty Lorraine Laursen 

Kay Suzanne Leonard 

Edgar Grey Lewis, Jr. 

Hugh Matson Lewis 

Ford Lee Lockett 

John Lockman 

Julie Lockman 

Frank Logan 

Harry Jones Logan 

Eleanor Frances Luckett 

James H. Lunz 

James Edward McCutcheon 

Guy Hugh McDaniels 

Ida Caldwell McFaddin 

Charles David McGSnnis 

Gabon Turner McGuire 

Julia Ann McLeod 




Alice Jean Magruder 

Shirley Josephine Marble 

Carol Rae Markland 

Ann Marie Mason 

Ralph L. Masters 

Jamie Maverick 

Jane Gay Maxwell 

Ann Park Mayfield 

Peggy Lorraine Mayfield 

Sandra Lou Mayfield 

Lois Inez Mendle 

Patsy Sue Millikan 

Gene Allen Minarik 

Dan Jackson Mizell 

Robert Joseph Montgomery 

Ann Morris 

Hunter M. Morris 

Dulcie Mary Monro 

Marian Brown Murphy 

John Neil Murphy 

Richard Franklin Musgrave 

Peter Ward Nichols 

Everhardt Victor Niemeyer 

Mary Bernadine Nixon 

Nelma Sue Noel 

William Durward Norwood, Jr. 

Elizabeth Ann Orman 

James William Owens 

Jimmy Pappas 

Travis A. Peeler 

Judith Carter Phelps 

Martha Louise Phelps 

Lou Ann Plummer 

George Peyton Prewitt 

Allen Palmer Price 

Nina Eleanor Pugh 

Edwin D. Put man, Jr. 

Barbara Jayne Randolph 

Elizabeth Ann Randolph 



Lucille X. Ray 
Betty Joyce Rnbbins 
William C. Roche 
Joe Tschudy Romine 
Peggy Jean Rowland 
Joan Dee Rugeley 
Dolores Antoinette Russell 
Jack Dempsey Russell 
Edward Compton Rutland 
Robert Michael Salem 
Patricia Elizabeth Sanford 
Sandra Scot ten 
Helen Serafy 
Ann Dyke Shafer 
Margaret Louise Shores 
Francis Elliott Shoup 
Virginia Shropshire 
F. Arthur Simpson 
Carolyn Smith 
William W. Spurlock 
Virginia Kae Stark 
Beth Hoyt Studdart 
John Gordon Swope 
Charlotte Ellen Veatch 
Revill Ann Wainwright 
Marcia Waldron 
Mary Lou Watkins 
Betty Virginia Watson 
Melba P. Welsh 
Margurite Wessels 
Kyle Wheelus, Jr. 
Mary Loreen White 
Jeanne Wiedeman 
Sydney Williams 
Nancy Wilson 
David Ray Womack, Jr. 
Patricia Woods 
Patsy Lewis Zoch 



CANTERBURY CLUB, founded in 1910 as the "Sunday Club," is the home of Episcopal students on the campus. Canterburians 
have afternoon faculty discussions, coffee hour every day, and a magazine of their own. 




Front Row: M. Murphy, Martin, Hedrick, Rev. Carter, Williams, Garrard, Bone, Grealhouse. 
Second Ron: Ebaugh. Coe. Rnbbins. Conaster. Kendall. Eckles. Russell, Andrew. 



PACE 405 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Advisor 



CAP AND GOWN 



OFFICERS 



DOLORES ANTOINETTE RUSSELL 
ANNETTA JOYCE CLARK 
PATRICIA ANN Cox 
LEVA LARUE MCFARLAND 
JESSE EARL ANDERSON 







\ 






COUNCIL 



Evelyn Shelby Reed 

Carolyn Smith 



Keetah J. Life 



Ruth Vinn Hendler 

Sidney J. Siegel 



MEMBERS-AT-LARGE 



Frances Starr Davis 



Frances Kendall Atkins 



Senior women are eligible to become members in this organization designed to help them bridge the gap between school life 
and the community life. Annually CAP AND GOWN sponsors Senior Week and swing out among other activities. 




Front Roif: Hendler, Russell, Morris, Smith. 
Second Row: Atkins, McFarland, Davis. 
Third Row: Cox, Siegel, Life, Reed. 



PACK 406 



CO-ED ASSEMBLY 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Sponsor 



Daina Gerson 



Caroline Dowcll 



OFFICERS 

MARIANNE MORRIS 

SHIRLEY VAN WORMER STILLINGER 

SONYA INGWERSEN 

JULIE LOCKMAN 

JESSIE EARL ANDERSON 

COUNCIL MEMBERS 

Pearl Grenader 

Peggy Pegram 




Phyllis Rosenberg 



Shirley Fitch 



Mary Kimball Alexander 
Charlene Armstrong 
Cynthia Armsworth 
Joan Bagelman 
Georgeann Beene 
Jane C. Buchanan 
Angela Caldwell 
Mary Frances Chupick 
Diane F. Cocke 
Carol Cook 
Shiree Daniels 
Janis M. Deckman 
Caroline Dowell 
Shirley Corinne Fitch 
Elaine Folley 
Marianna Forrest 
Pearl Grenader 
Virginia Hallum 
Mary Bain Haralson 



MEMBERS 

Delia Rae Henry 
Sonya Anne Ingwersen 
Sue Ilyne Kauffman 
Juanice LaNell King 
Donna Jeanne La Bounty 
Julie Lockrnan 
Jackie Matthews 
Ann Park Mayfield 
Joyce Milton 
Lollie Morris 
Marianne Morris 
Merlyn Myers 
Jane Elizabeth Neill 
Elnora J. Noack 
Anne Carol Orr 
Peggy Joan Pegram 
Beverly Potthoff 
Juanita Olivette Preston 



Joe Shirley Prosser 
Shelby Evelyn Reed 
Martha Ann Rosborough 
Dolores Antoinette Russell 
Frances June Smith 
Mary Ann Smith 
Beth Smyth 
Rosemary Sone 
Irby Hannah Spring 
Cordelia Jane Sprong 
Gwendolyn June Stokes 
Shirley Elise Strum 
Muriel L. Stubbs 
Patty Taylor 
Nalda Van Brunt 
Ruth Jean Wertheimer 
Frances Euline Williams 
Joan Wilson 
Sonia Ellen Wolf 



Composed of the presidents of organizations for women students on the campus, the CO-ED ASSEMBLY is organized to act as a 
co-ordinating and administrative body for such groups on the campus, and to encourage interest in their activities. 




/Von/ Ran-: Lnckman. Morri>, IVcram. Anderson, Stilliniirr. Ger>n. Fitch. 



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CZECH CLUB 



President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Reporter Historian 

Parliamentarian 

Sponsor 

Sponsor 

Sponsor 



Neil T. Allen, Jr. 
Mary Lorene Ashcraf t 
James Edward Bedrich 
James Robert Blessing 
Gladys Mae Bravenee 
Calvin Coolidge Chervenka 
Jerry Hicks Collins 
Tommy Lee Dahl 
S. Harris Dalrymple 
Ethlyn Rose Freytag 
Mary Alice Guy 
Alfred John Harris 



OFFICERS 



HENRY ALBERT TYROCH 

ELIZABETH MARIA STRAUSS 

LILLIE MUSIL 

CHARLIE LYNN OZYMY 

JOE MALIK 

JAROSALAV ELIAS ZIVNEY 

EDUARD MICEK 




MEMBERS 



Rose Eleanor Janda 
Daniel Calvin Kamas 
Rosie J. Klekar 
Jerry T. Kopecek 
Robert Lee Kostohryz 
Mark Jerome Kubala 
Leroy J. Kubelka 
Martha Florence Lesikar 
Howard Warren Linnard 
Daniel John Marek 
Eleanor Marie Marek 
Frank J. Marek 



Sandra Mary Mechura 
Jerry Benny Milan 
Louis Noble Million 
Stanley F. Mrnustik 
Leon Musil 
Lillie Musil 
Johnny Francis Mynar 
Frank J. Nemec 
Stephen Joseph Neshyba 
Edith Maria O'Kruhlik 
Betty Jean Otto 
Charlie Lynn Ozymy 



Daniel Leslie Ozymy 
Mary Joyce Pavlik 
Doris Ann Petrusek 
Cecila Marie Pingenot 
Virginia Rae Prasatik 
Renia Reichmann 
Joseph Stanley Rolback 
Joe Harold Siptak 
Elizabeth Marie Strauss 
Loree Dean Svadlenak 
Jerry Thomas Tomsu 
Henry Albert Tyroch 
Evelyn Elsie Zak 



Mrs. Jerrie Collins 
Irene Haidusek 
Ernest Holubec 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

Gardina Holubec 
Lydia Labaj 
Albert Lee Michalik 



Mrs. Irene Neshyba 
Evelyn Schovajsa 
Joyce Weichert 



The CZECH CLUB, founded in 1909, brings together students of Czech origin and their friends interested in the study of the 
Czech language and culture. 




Front Row: F. Marek, Otto, O'Krohlik, Bedrich, Strauss, Tyroch, Musil, Kopecek, Guy, C. Ozymy. 
Second Roiv: M. Marek, Prasatik, Lesikar, Petrusek, Kubala, Bravenee, Nemec, Pavlik, Rolback. 
Third Row: Milan, Mechura, Janda, Pingenot, Chervenka, Ashcraft, D. Ozymy, Linnard, Freytag. 
Fourth Row: Reichmann, Kamas, Mynar, Collins, Malik, Klekar, Micek, Zivney, Harris. 



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DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary .... 
Treasurer .... 
Program Chairman 
Worship Chairman 
Coffeorum Chairman . 
Vespers Chairman . 
Recreation Chairman . 
Food Chairman 
Food Chairman 
Membership Chairman 
Service Chairman . 
Publications Chairman 
Spur Editor 



CABINET 

REGINALD W. ROGERS 

JOE TlPTON HOUSEWRIGHT 

LANETTE IDA SHERMAN 

THOMAS CALHOUN CHALMERS 

J. DONALD DUNCAN 

MARY CLAY 

GEORGE ATKINSON DONALDSON 

NORMAN G. CORNELIUS 

BETTY CLAY 

MARY JANE SCOTT 

HARLEY DELBERT WRIGHT 

JOE TIPTON HOUSEWRIGHT 

JANE E. HAMILTON 

GERALD B. PRATT 

ROBERT L. HUBBARD 




STAFF 

Director of Student Work . . . CLARENCE M. Doss 

Minister LAWRENCE W. BASH 

Director of Texas Bible Chair . . PAUL GREEN WASSENICH 

The DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP is the organized group of University students belonging to the Christian Church. 




I'inni Hi'-.i : Ki-i.Mii.ilcl W. Rogers, Clarence M. Doss. Thomas Van Thompson, Roger Lee Tolar, Pat Mitchell Tolar, Rimon Nicola Masad, Dean Bowen, 
Don Deal, Jiiter Nolrti. Paul YVassenich, James Lawrence Dalton. 

s, :,,,! K .,.-(. Kdlx-it Bnire Carruth, Thorn. is C.alhmin Chalmers. Beverly Beth Lamb. Claudia Anne Collins. Lula Margaret McMillen. Lanette Ida Sherman. 
Dana Juan Hieronymus, Maxine Murphy, Jane Elizabeth Hamilton, Albert Saba Dahbour, Annetta Joyce Clark, Lucia DuBose, George Perry DuBose, Jr. 

Third Wo:r: Louis Richard Nicholson. Louis William Schleuse. Robert King Cornell, Barbara Jean Kerr, Ruth Mathilda Klemmedson, Mary Clay, Con- 
stance Jean Casey. Jeanettr Mary Thomas. Allan Kerry Preston, Joe C. Behne. Jr., Jane E. Hamilton. 

l-.iufth Rn:r: William Glen Rirgle. "Bud" Wiser. David Albert Newman. Marianne Morris, Betty Clay, Sara Jean Kay, Sally Ann Fields, Nancy Louise 
Straiton, Kathryn Lee Penick, Mrs. Stanley Hale, Stanley Hale, George Oliver Taylor, Paul Bunker Hamilton. 

h'iflh Roit-: Billy (ilen Montgomery. Chailrs Holnirx MrCollum. III. George Atkinson Donaldson, J. Donald Duncan. Charles Neblett, James Watkins 
Lewis, Hal Hudspeth, James Edgar Rodgers. Coleman Harrell Gulley, Mrs. William Watson, William Watson, Bishara H. Hanania. 

Sixth Row: Thomas Jess Lebel, William Hooser, Everett Foy Clement, Kenneth Eastridge, Jarvis D. Michie, Joe Tipton Housewright, John Wilkinson, 
Paul Reinhardt, Harley Delbert Wright. Roy Epp, Vincent Harkins. Eldon Royce Dyer, Glenn Ivan Banfield, Jr., Curtis Bruce Brooks. 



PACK 409 



FAULT FINDERS 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President . 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor 



ELGEAN C. SHIELD 
BEVERLY LOREE HARRIS 

ALLEN CLEMENT LOCKLIN 
BRACK K. SHIRLEY,, JR. 
KEITH YOUNG 



MEMBERS 




David Leonard Amsbury 
Walter Ralph Babcock 
Ernest Troy Baker, Jr. 
Jimmy J. Bell 
Fredrik Seward Blackmar 
Tom E. Breedlove 
Ted Allen Bomba, Jr. 
Robert Jackson Bond 
Robert Wright Booton 
Walt Victor Boyle 
Burke Burkart 
Maury Joseph Burling 
Billy C. Burler 
Hal P. Bybee 
Marilyn Jo Cannon 
J. Ben Carsey, Jr. 
Stephen E. Calbaugh 
Jerry Hicks Collins 
John Spencer Conway 
Relmon Emory Gotten 
David Kolbe Curtice 
H. Gordon Damon 



Charles Walton Dietz 
Paris Lane Dixon 
Ronald D. Doreck 
Eddie Demonn Dunagan 
Randolph Bell Farmer 
Walter Matthew Fitzgerald, Jr. 
Donald Robert Frazor 
Betty Ann Giese 
Richard Vaughan Glass 
Leonard Goode 
Richard G. Guerrero 
Calvin Maurice Harber 
Beverly Loree Harris 
Ernest Charles Harris 
James Ronald Harvey 
George Mathis Harwell, Jr. 
Thomas Briggs Henderson, Jr. 
Frank A. Herald 
George Julius Heuer, Jr. 
Billy D. Holland 
William Howard Hough, Jr. 
John Lawrence Howells 



Henry Richard Humble 
Simon Arthur Jacobson 
Allen Clement Locklin 
Robert Clockett MacEwan 
Charles John Mankin 
Gwen Mann 

Lawrence Edward Martin, Jr. 
Louise Martin Martinez 
Curtis Calvin Mason 
Alfred G. Matlage 
Travis Ray McCage 
James Ernest McGrath 
Bill Judson McGrew 
Sidney Stuart Moran 
Jerry Eugene Onhaizer 
Robert Mitchell Orr 
Kenneth Ira Owens 
James E. Peterson 
Gerald Pitts 
Phil Moore Pitzer 
August Leo Pugh, Jr. 
Leonard James Rehkemper 



Beth Roache 

Eve Norine Schaetzle 

Richard LeRoy Scheig 

Rawland Leon Scott 

Elgean C. Shield 

R. Gray Shield 

Singa Sellers Shield 

Brack K. Shirley, Jr. 

Steve Galvis Edwin Stearns 

Gerald E. Stengl 

James Crosby Stevens 

Elsworth Tonn 

Gaylen Wendell Troutman 

Joe Earl Vaughn 

Ben F. Warren 

Brack B. Warren, Jr. 

John B. Wesselman 

Joseph Orby Wheeler 

Leslie Pittman White 

Arthur Branch Williams, Jr. 

Jack Wilson 

Thomas Carby Woodward 



FAULT FINDERS is an organization for undergraduate geology majors for the purpose of advancing interest and knowledge 
of the geological sciences. 




Front Row: Warren, Butler, Frazor, Locklin, Harris, Breedlove, Conway, Dixon, McGrath, Farmer. 
Second Row: Owens, Warren, Babcock, Baker, Holland, Martinez, Boyle. Burkart, Rehkemper, Curtice. 
Third Row: Pugh, Mann, Schaetzle, Shirley, McGehee, Woodward, Guerrero, Harvey, Pitts, Dietz. Giese. 



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FORENSICA 



v^ 



President . 
Vice-President . 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Sponsor 



OFFICERS 



PEARL GRENADER 
PAULINE F. PIERCE 
LOTHA ANN STEPHENS 
MOLLY ANN TIRAS 
EMOGENE EMERY 




Sara Ann Abrego 
Nanette Britenbock 
Shirley Cohen 
Joanne Copeland 
Helen Danilin 
Mary Dannenbaum 
Sybil Fabricant 
Joyce Friedman 
Patricia Lucille Goodroe 
Pearl Grenader 



MEMBERS 

Dana Juan Hieronymus 
Pe ggy Jamison 
Nina Kamacho 
Shirley Elaine Kantor 
Renie Katz 
Maxine Knight Noble 
Sheila Rae Paborsky 
Pauline F. Pierce 
Jean Ray Pollock 
Jeannine Prosser 



Jayne Randolph 
Monica Segal 
Donna Lea Shoshone 
Lotha Ann Stephens 
Molly Ann Tiras 
Eleanor Ruth Waldman 
Mary Lureen White 
Sarah Elizabeth Woodfin 
Rachel Ann Zoblotsky 



Founded in 1941, FORENSICA is a women's speech organization sponsoring an annual public speaking contest for freshmen 
women. Active in public speaking and debate, FORENSICA elects members after try-outs of three-minute speeches. 




Frnnl Rn;i : Hieronymus. Poborsky. Noble. Cohen, Danilin. Fabricant. 
Sfcond /?o:r: Grenader. Friedman. Zoblotsky, Kanler. Seyal. Stephens, Tiras. 
Third Rnn : Waldman. Copeland, Abrego, Woodfin. Dannenbaum, Camarho. 



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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President . 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsors 



MARY FRANCIS CHUPICK 
FRANCES SHIREE DANIEL 
NANCY ANN CHILTON 
MARY ELDA DREYER 
MARGARET ANNE EPRIGHT 
FRANCES M. SPRATT 




MEMBERS 



Flo Nell Adams 
Gloria JoNell Anderson 
Mary Barduhn 
Marie Barrett 
Barbara Booz 
Barbara Bourdon 
Nita Bowdoin 
Carolyn Brandenberger 
Anna Brightman 
Sarah Brooks 
Barbara Jean Brown 
Mary Frances Burnett 
Elizabeth Ann Cameron 
Gloria Ann Chamness 
Nancy Ann Chilton 
Mary Frances Chupick 
W. Laura Courtney 
Johnna Ruth Crow 
Phoebe Jane Cunningham 
Frances Shiree Daniel 
Janis M. Dechman 
Dorothy Ann Denard 
Marilyn Ida Denman 
Carolyn Jewell Dimand 
Mary Elda Dreyer 
Margaret Ann Dunlap 
Laura Sue Durrenberger 



Delie Jane Elrod 
Carol Lucille Engebretson 
Margaret Ann Epright 
Mary Haley Fairchild 
Louis Dean Finkelstein 
Muriel Joy Giles 
Dolores Helen Goldstein 
Caroln Sue Gordon 
Dorothy Fehlis Greenwood 
Marilyn Lee Grogan 
Margie Lynn Hardy 
Eleanor Elizabeth Harris 
Bess Heflin 

Elizabeth Louise Henderson 
Erma Jean Henry 
Mary Herrera 
Barbara Braden Hillman 
Lady Clyde Hodges 
Patricia Ellen Horn 
Mary Elizabeth Houston 
Mary Martha Hunter 
Mary Amelia Hutchins 
Alice Ann Hutson 
Phyllis Ilett 
Frances Ann Jackson 
Martha Ruth Jackson 
Jan Thornton James 



Vivian Elizabeth Jircik 
Sue Johnson 
Joan Jopling 
Juanice LaNell King 
Carolyn Kongabel 
Julia Ann Lane 
Barbara Jean Long 
Morelle McCoy 
Kathryn Ann McCuistion 
Mary Ruth McGee 
Lula Margaret McMillen 
Sue Kathryn MacKinstry 
Anne Marie Mason 
Martha Massey 
Mary Jo Mathison 
Felicia Ann Melborn 
Sallie Beth Moore 
Maria Anne Morgan 
Lillie Musil 
Carolyn Jane Nelson 
Eavie Marie Oliver 
Hilda Sue Owen 
Lucy Rathbone 
Phyllis Richards 
Marshalyn Roach 
Betty Jean Scamardo 
Lena Ann Serio 



Glayds Short 
Irene Siero 
Dolores W. Simmons 
Charlotte Ann Smith 
Frances Spratt 
Betty Maria Srygley 
Sue Starkey 
Jo Ellen Sterken 
Sarah Stone 
Mary Ann Swenson 
Elizabeth Tarpley 
Carole Frances Tolar 
Doris Mae Vanderbelt 
Jane Margaret Warren 
Patricia Ann Warren 
Bettye Jo West 
Carolyn Harvey White 
Ann Williams 
Jennie Wilmot 
Charlotte Cara Wolcott 
Marilyn Ethel Weltering 
Norma Joyce Woods 
Lois Virginia Wynne 
Ann Marie Young 
Evelyn Elsie Zak 
Barbara Jean Zeches 
Maria Julia Zelaya 



The HOME ECONOMICS CLUB is an organization to promote contact and interest between the student and the many divisions 
of home economics. Membership is open to all Home Economics students. 




Front Row: Dreyer, Chupick, Daniel, Nelson, Chilton, Zak, Courtney, Swenson, Jircik. 
Second Row: Musil, Hagler, Royall, Wynne, Cameron, Schulze, Mathison, Herrera, Owen. 



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INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES 



Chairman 

Vice-Chairman 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sponsor 



OFFICERS 



FELIX WEST FENTER 
JACK ELMER FAIRCHILD 
JAMES MAXWELL COOKSEY 
DANA LAWTON BLALOCK 
W. H. SHUTTS 




Jimmy Edward Banks 
Russell W. Bennett, ]r. 
Dana Lawton Blalock 
Bill Earl Eompart 
Edward B. Briggs 
Fred Eugene Brown 
William Edwin Brownrigg, Jr. 
Billy Eugene Cammack 
James Maxwell Cooksey 
Jack Elmer Fairchild 
Felix West Fenter 
M. P. Frank, III 



MEMBERS 

Charles Maness Halsell 
George Randall Hammond 
Thomas Morgan Hammond, Jr. 
Frank Edward Haynes, Jr. 
Hamilton Dale Hearn 
Ernest Losson Kistler, Jr. 
Emmit Alton Koelle, Jr. 
James Burley Kyser 
William Joseph Laughlin 
Vernon Albert Lee 
John Lewis Lindsey 
John Volney McAlpin, III 



Mark Mason 

Bernard Wilfred Miner, Jr. 
Andrew Paul Nebgen 
James Richard Norman 
Thomas John O'Donnell 
James Carley Orr 
Kermit Edsel Parr 
Robert Louis Schlumpf 
Wayne Douglas Smith 
Henry Leland Snow 
Robert Gayle Voss 
Thomas Joe Yium 



The INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES was founded to advance the scientific knowledge and prestige of the Aero- 
nautical profession. Membership in the student branch is limited to Aeronautical Engineering students. 




Front Roic: Yiuni, Haynes, I.indscy. Schlumpf. Reynolds, George R. Hammond, O'Donnell, Orr, Brown, Snow. 

Stfond Row: Blalock, Mason, Fairchild, Cooksey, Parr, Frank. Voss, Cooper, Shutts. 

Third Row: Nebgen, Kyser, Bompart, Jenkins, Fenter, Norman, Halsell, Thompson, Dalley. 

Fourth Ron-: Thomas M. Hammond, Brings, Miner, Lee. 



PACE 413 



KAPPA PSI 



OFFICERS 

Regent JAMES C. SARGENT 

Vice-Regent JOHN J. PLOVER 

Secretary LLOYD D. McGREW 

Treasurer SEBORN E. WOODS 

Faculty Advisor WILLIAM R. LLOYD 




Robert Bryan Allison 
William A. Attra, Jr. 
Murlyn Dean Bellamy 
Kenneth Earl Blaschke 
Martin Ehrfried Bothwell 
Dale Baird Brannom 
Henry Logue Byars 
William Jackson Campbell 
Mickey Dan Cornell 
John E. Davis 
John Whilley Duke 
Donald Olda Ferguson 
James Perry Fields 
Billy Joe Fosler 
Rudolph C. Garbor 
Ralph Allen Gay 
James M. Germany 
Vernon A. Green 
John Murray Greenwood, Jr. 
Alan W. Hamm 



MEMBERS 

Winifred Ray Hatton 

Charles Durwood Hendry 

James Henry Herring, III 

Edward Lovis Hiller 

Hary Max Hruzek 

Charles Lee Hull 

William Thomas Hutchinson, Jr. 

Bobby Wyatl Jones 

James Richard Kidwell 

Floyd Ray Lamp 

William R. Lloyd 

Howell G. McCreary 

Lloyd Dean McGrew 

Imo Knox Meyer 

J. A. Miller 

Kenneth A. Miller 

Marvin R. Moon 

Jack O. Morrison 

William Kenl Murphy 

Arnold Nilishin 

Mark Carlyle Noble 



ferry Edward Nobles 

Robert Clayton Page 

Lulher Ray Parker 

Robert Fulton Parker, Jr. 

John Joseph Plover 

Ralph Leon Porlwood 

Herman Daniel Sabrsula 

James C. Sargent 

Herbert Frederick Schwartz, II 

Waldie Wilbert Sonnenburg 

Charles Raymond Spangler 

James Gene Slalon 

Charles Edward Taylor 

Clyde E. Terry 

Murph N. Thorp 

Wayne Earle Trolt 

Ben Howard Turner 

Henry Abraham Wertheimer 

Richard Peter Williamson 

Seborn Enloc Woods 



The purpose of this organization is to serve as an active service organization in the College of Pharmacy, emphasizing individual 
responsibility and initiative among its members for the common good of all the students in the College of Pharmacy. 




Front Row. Campbell, Xitishin, Sargent. Bothwell. Duke, Trott. Attra, Noble, Sabrsula. Woods, Gay. 
Second Row: Germany, McGrew, Kidwell, Sonnenburg, Hamm, Fields, Jones, Kenneth A. Miller. Garber. 
Third Row: Hiller, Moon, Green, Taylor, Page. Greenwood, Hatton. 
Fourth Row: Guess, Plover, Allison. Lloyd. J. A. Miller, Blaschke, Foster. Spangler, Brannorn. Herring, Lamp. 



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LAREDO CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President . 
V ice-President . 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Sponsor 



Doris Elizabeth Alsmeyer 
Will K. Austin, Jr. 
Richard Joseph Barton 
Ephraim Lester Block 
Betty Bottonfield 
Rupino Cabello 
Betty M. Castillon 
Carlos Castillon 
Martin Chacon, Jr. 
Sarah Cronfel 
Stella Cronfel 
Argintine Mary Cronfell 
Elena De La Garza 
Leonor De La Garza 
James Reginald Duke 



RICARDO FLOYD 
RICARDO GARCIA, JR. 
STELLA CRONFEL 
VIRGINIA REUTHINGER 
GEORGE I. SANCHEZ 



MEMBERS 

Virgilio Escutia, Jr. 
Ricardo Floyd 
Jose Othon Garcia 
Ricardo Garcia, Jr. 
C. Enrique Gonzalez 
Margarito E. Guerra 
Ireneo Gutierrez, Jr. 
Roberto Richard Herrera 
Frances Edith Hurley 
Carlos Kirkpatrick 
Bob Patrick Knight 
Marilyn Jean Lemoine 
Ernest Cornelious Leyendecker 
James William Mast 
Fernando Pablo Meza 




Robert O'Connor, Jr. 

Donna June Ordway 

Raul Pena, Jr. 

Delia B. Powell 

Phillip Morgan Powell 

Virginia Lee Reuthinger 

Thomas Rocha, Jr. 

Francisco Javier Rodriguez 

Jeanette Rose Russell 

John F. Ryan 

Nicanor A. Salas 

Alicia Soto 

Edward John Talamas 

William Vails 

Ricardo Manuel Villarreal 



The LAREDO CLUB was organized to bring together students from the Laredo area. 




from Row: Leyendecker, Stella Cronfel, Sarah Cronfel, L. De La Garza. Solo. 
Second Row: E. Gonzalez, R. Garcia, Stanton, Alsmeyer, B. Castillon, Reuthintter. 
Third Row: Villarreal, Escutia, Floyd, Duke. 



IV. i 



LONGHORN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION 



AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 
President JAMES C. SARGENT 



V ice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Parliamentarian 



WAYNE EARLE TROTT 
BARBARA JEAN GASTON 
HAZEL ORLEAN MAULTSBV 
WALDIE WILBERT SONNENBURG 







TEXAS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Vice-Secretary 
Treasurer 
Reporter . 
Advisor . 
Advisor . 
Advisor 



PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

KENNETH A. MILLER 

MARVIN R. MOON 

BETTY DEAN LENNON 

BETTY ALDEN ANDERSON 

MARVIN H. GREENBERG 

RALPH ALLEN GAY 

WILLIAM JOHNSON SHEFFIELD 

CARL CLARENCE ALBERS 

WILLIAM REESE LLOYD 



This organization is comprised of the membership of the student branches of the TEXAS PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIA- 
TION and the AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION, both of which have long been active in the College of 
Pharmacy. The object of this merger was to combine efforts for better programs and more worthwhile activities in which all 
Pharmacy students would be interested. 




Front Row: James C. Sargent, Ralph Allen Gay, Wayne Earle Trott, Barbara Jean Gaston, Marvin R. Moon, Kenneth A. Miller, Waldic Wilbert Sonnenburg. 
Second Row: William Johnson Sheffield. Hazel Orlean Maultsby, Betty Dean Lennon, Marvin H. Greenberg, Bobby Wyatt Jones, Earl Wayne Nipper, 
Bettye Alden Anderson, Sylvia Anne Trundle, William Reese Lloyd. 



PACE 416 



LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 



President . 
\'i( t -President . 
Secretary . 
Treasurer , 
Counselor . 



KENNETH LEE KOTZEBUE 
FLORENCE MARIE WEBER 
AGNES DORA HENKE 
CLARENCE A. ALBRECHT 
BLANCHE ROCKNE 



MEMBERS 




Clarence A. Albrecht 
Karl John Amelang 
Larry Reece Bartling 
Alfred E. Becker 
Donald August Becker 
Lois Lillian Berglund 
Jerry Wilbert Boriack 
Martin Ehrfried Bothwell 
Wilfred James Braulich 
Juergen Haus Braun 
William Edward Burks 
Marilyn Jo Cannon 
Esther Evelyn Christenson 
Connie Edward Coward 
Keith Kohn Cox 
Ilmars Dalins 
Benjamin Roberts Davis 
Gayle Davis 
Ralph Edward Deyhle 
Dolan Hoye Eargle, Jr. 
Stephen Taber Eargle 
Lemcif Enni 
Claudette Florine Freeman 



Lorraine Margaret Gustafson 
Karl-Siegfried F. Guthke 
Herman E. Haenel 
Amalia Marian Hanath 
Olin Alfred Hardwick, Jr. 
Virginia Lee Hendricks 
Agnes Dora Henke 
Albert William Hoick 
Gladys Marie Jaschke 
Edward A. Johnson 
Marilyn Lois Johnson 
Charles John Jorgenson, Jr. 
Emmit Alton Koelle, Jr. 
Kenneth Lee Kotzebue 
William Charles Kruse 
Larry Lee Lacey 
Beverly Gene Lamp 
Floyd Ray Lamp 
Robert Edward Lee 
Arlen Gus Leeder 
Lucy Cherie Leohner 
Enoch Roger Lind 
Theo W. Lueders 



Gene Ernest Maeckel 
John Edmond Martin 
Carl William Matteck, Jr. 
William Gerald Meinecke 
Jane Alyce Melin 
Harley James Morgenroth 
Robert Hayes Mount 
Calvin O. Mueller 
Ethylee M. R. Mumme 
Ernest Virgil Nau 
William Richard Neff 
Andrew Halvov Oerke 
Bernhard Ohse 
Ivan Ronald Olson 
Roy Emil Osterloh 
Harvey G. Penshorn 
Robert Louise Range 
Oliver Morris Refsell 
James Robert Reynolds 
Benjamin Thomas Rhodes, Jr. 
Billy John Roark 
Ronald R. Roselius 
M. Hashim Safi 



Theodore Ernest Schneider, Jr. 

Herman Frederick Schoeneberg 

Calvin Carl Seidensticker 

Use Maija Skipsna 

Lucy Lee Speaker 

Delores Steinkamp 

Angelica Strassmann 

Merle Mae Teschner 

Robert Lee Thorns 

Betty Louise Tieken 

Billie Grace Ungerer 

Patricia Vale 

Lauri Vaska 

Anita Lee Voelkel 

Grace Anita Vogt 

Florence Marie Weber 

Fred Herman Weiss 

Eddie H. Westling 

Mary Ann Williams 

Heiman Leroy Winburne 

Herbert Fred Wirz 

Angelyn Ann Wuthrich 

Richard Gerald Young 



The LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION was organized in 1937 to bring together Lutheran students at the University. 




l-iont R:t: (iustafson. Rockne, B. Lamp, Henke, D. Eargle. 
Srcond Ron-: Spear, Steinkamp, Hoick, Bartlinv;. 
'third Rn:i: Haenel, Koelle. 



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M. I. C. A. 



President . 
Vice-President . 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Sponsors 



OFFICERS 



FRED JONES MOORE 
CLARK E. WOOLDRIDGE 
RICHARD L. HANSSON 
MAX Ozo ROTH 
JOE MALIK 
OLIVER HOYT WILLIAMS 




John Robert Adamson 
George A. Armer 
Tom K. Barton 
Billy Jeff Bratton 
Buck C. Brown 
Jim Carroll Calaway 
John Loftin Conlon 
Richard John Fiero 
Ricardo Floyd 
Wilson R. Foreman 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

Marvin F. Foster, Jr. 
Alton Reeder Griffin 
Richard L. Hansson 
Edward A. Johnson 
Gordon Paul Kirton 
Glynn Wilson McDonald 
Ignatius John Mallia 
Fred Jones Moore 
J. William Nichols 
Paul Elmer Pontius 
Gene Alan Prim 



Sid Ramos 
Max Ozo Roth 
Fred Aluah Rutledge 
Joe Ed Shaddock 
Calvin J. Smith 
Galvis Edwin Stearns 
John Benjamin Sullivan 
Richard Whitman 
Clark E. Wooldridge 
William Neil Yeager, Jr. 



MICA membership is open to any male student not affiliated w ith a social fraternity. MICA has been active for fourteen years 
and is one of the strongest MICA organizations in the nation. 




Front Row: Williams, Ramos, Adamson, Nichols, Moore, Wooldridge, Brown. 

Second Row: Calaway, Shaddock, Foreman, Barton, Kirton. 

Third Row: Pontius, Roth, Floyd, Conlon, Schrank, Hansson, Prim. 



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NEWMAN CLUB 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Director . 

Assistant Director 



OFFICERS 



ROLAND STAFFORD COMBS 
PHILIP JOSEPH TIBILETTI 
LEOLA MAY NORMAN 
BETTY CATHERINE ROBERTSON 
REV. GERARD E. MAGUIRE, C. S. P. 
REV. ROBERT BARRETT, C. S. P. 




MEMBERS 



Francis Hitoshi Alba 
Viola Marie Arisco 
Bonnie Bula Baird 
Jack Ivan Barron 
Joanne Barry 
Dorothy Julia Beran 
Vincent Joseph Bianchi 
Amelia Carolina Blasdel 
Donald Ray Blue 
Ted Allen Bomba 
Helene LeMarie Boatner 
Mary Rose Brady 
Roberta Eileen Brennan 
Anthony G. Brocato 
Chris Dominie Burda 
Joanne Earlene Burkhalter 
Charles Davis Cabaniss 
John Edward Cahoon, Jr. 
Mary Louise Casey 
Jose Ramin Castellanos 
Alfred Richard Castello 
Joseph George Cerny 
Roland Stafford Combs, Jr. 
Donald Lawrence Connelly 
Lawrence Marius Coughlin 
Donald O'Neal Cox 
Frank Edward Cricchio 
Phoebe Jane Cunningham 
Ernest Michael Davis 
Robert L. Davison 
Gene Doerr 
Gerald Pirot Doke 
Louis James Droll 
Thomas Joseph Ellender 
Ric hard Alfred Fitzgerald 
Amado Garcia, Jr. 



Patricia M. Gardner 
Sidney Joseph Gibson 
Kay Martha Gorges 
Betty Lee Gray 
Patricia Grunewald 
Jimmy Guxzak 
Henry Leo Harbrecht, Jr. 
Ann Kay Harrington 
Geraldine Louise Hatch 
Richard Joseph Hatch 
Frances Katherine Hembree 
Elizabeth Ann Hennessey 
Carl Eugene Hensley 
Mary Herrera 
Marjorie Marion Hickey 
Robert Louis Hill 
Virginia Lois Hlanak 
Rose Eleanor Janda 
Patricia Johnson 
Ralph Benjamin Johnson, Jr. 
Benedict Kaminski 
Jane Kelley 
Bobby Keith King 
Mary Ellen King 
Daniel Edward Klasel 
Bob P. Knight 
Kenneth Paul Knopp 
Clement Robert Korzekwa 
Harold Frank Kosel 
Ben J. M. Kramer 
Eugene J. Krizak 
Mark Jerome Kubala 
Gretchen Patricia Kuhlmann 
Ann Laughlin 
Dudley Tarlton Lowe 



Jimmy McBride 
Murphy Michael 

McNulty, Jr. 
Robert Francis McRae 
Michael Thomas 

Melanophy 
Luis L. Martinez 
Sandra Michura 
Aristides Millan 
Velma Rosemary Montague 
Robert Miguel Moreman 
George Alan Mulroy 
Thomas Vincent Murphy 
Frank Nemes 
Dean Joseph Neuvar 
Jacqueline Ann Newman 
Jacques Louis Noat 
Leola May Norman 
John Rudolf Novasad 
Maureen Frances O'Brien 
Nancy Ann O'Brien 
Dennis O'Donnell 
Edith Maria O'Kruhlik 
Edward Thomas O'Rourke 
Joseph Frank Parlagreco 
Mary Joyce Pavlik 
Pauline Louise Pechal 
Charles Martin Perrott 
James Pharr 
Walter Martin Phillips 
Cecelia Marie Pingenot 
Johnny Vincent Piraino 
Theo Louis Polasek 
Donald Gordon Pritchett 
John Thomas Prud'homme 



Joseph David Putch 
Rose Pellegrin Rees 
Betty Catherine Robertson 
Jimmy Rodriques 
Jose A. Rodriques 
Mary Evelyn Rubarth 
James Bohus Salas 
Gynverti Saldivar 
James David Salem 
Gail Andrea Schatzman 
William F. Schell 
August Schesada 
William Charles Scott 
Peter Michael Sease 
Joseph William Sessions 
Georgia Louise Short 
Eduardo Silva 
Judith Wade Smith 
Charles Snaistrla 
Douglas Fredric Stahl 
George Stegemeier 
Jack Sterling 
Gabe William Strybos 
Richard Joseph Sturm 
Edmund Thomas Sulkevich 
Mary Elaine Sullivan 
Phillip Joseph Tibiletti 
Barbara Jean Tuck 
Carol Lee Vaughn 
Leonard Harold Von 

Dohlen, III 
Thomas Joseph Welter 
Joan Dolores Whelan 
Clementine White 
William J. Whitis 
James Cortlandt Woods 



NEWMAN CLUB, founded in 1908, serves as an organization of service and fellowship for the Catholic students on the University 
campus. 



I'^.t fl'i 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Sponsor 



Curtis Jackson Alderson 

Samuel Garza Aleman 

Jack Leon Barton 

Richard Charles Basenfelder 

Charles Randolph Biesenbach 

Charles Robert Billings 

Norman Glenn Bishop 

M. Leon Black 

Calvin Bowe 

Frances Boyd 

David Kingsley Brace 

Mary Evelynn Buice 

Carolyn Cauthen Burton 

Angela Caldwell 

James Barry Caskey 

Donald Franklin Clark 

John Baker Cox 

Don Wayne Cunningham 

Eddie Joe Daniels 

Bill Joe Davis 

James Clarence Davis 

Marie Kate Davis 

Charlotte Rae Denman 



OFFICERS 



LA VERNE CARL HUSER 
CLIFFORD L. GUSTAFSON 
ELEANOR JANE KNEIP 
MARIE KATE DAVIS 
MARY EVELYNN BUICE 



MEMBERS 




Glen Colle Dyer 
Melvin Blain Etheredge 
Harold Joe Fischer 
Ray Alton Frady 
Caludette Florine Freeman 
George A. Gage 
Bill Georges 
Lawrence Mel Graham 
Betty Lee Gray 
Clifford L. Gustafson 
Jessie Haag 
F. Drew Halford 
Patsy Ruth Hassman 
Glenn Frank Hoffman 
Norma Jean Huff 
Dorothy Ellen Huffman 
Laverne Carl Huser 
Thomas Adolph Jungman 
Sandra Jeanne Kahn 
Helen Kale 
Betty L. Kelly 
Franklin Donald Keller 



Ronald Cecil Keller 
Eleanor Jane Kneip 
Shirley Anne Laney 
Alex John Lansforc! 
Lynn McCraw 
Frances Marie Marosko 
Jim Milton Miller 
Frank Don Moates 
Margaret Anne Morris 
Gary Morris 

Donald Jackson Neighbors 
Carol Newberry 
Elnora Noack 
Jessie Laka Paredes 
Lawrence M. Parker 
Melvin Roy Patterson 
George Joe Petrus 
Clifford Dale Polk 
Gwendolyn Genuea Quillian 
Nancy Grace Rheubotham 
Floyd Richard Rogers, Jr. 
L. Tom Rogers 



James Raye Ross 
Melburn Arnold Sanderson 
B. Gerald Scallorn 
Bobbie Nell Schmidt 
Delmer Hollis Sewell 
Harley Edward Sewell 
Jean Shankle 
Rita L. Sheppard 
Patricia Anne Sinclair 
David Wm. Snyder 
Bonnie Lea Southwell 
William Helms Sproull 
Buddy Bob Stevenson 
Patty Taylor 
Gene Arden Templeton 
William H. Thurman 
Cora Jennis Tucker 
Earl E. Weyrick 
William Dewey Wiser, Jr. 
James Melton Witten 
JoAnn Wright 
Beverly H. Yerrington 
Beth Edna Yorke 



The PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS CLUB provides professional and social activity for students in health education, 
physical education and recreation. 




Front Row: Meiners, Parker, Kahn. Gustafson, Huff, Huser, Kelly, Quillian. Kneip. Sheppard. 
Second Row: Alderson, Buice, Brace, Sproull, Rowan, Knight, Aleman, Halford, Black, Bishop. 



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PIERIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-Preside n t 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor 



NALDA VAN BRUNT 
PATRICIA MARIE MILLER 
MARLENE LOUISE JOSEPH 
CHARLENE ARMSTRONG 
Lois BAIRD TRICE 




MEMBERS 



Noeljean Adkins 
Charlene Armstrong 
Norma Joyce Bander 
Beverly Elaine Bihn 
Dorothy Gay Blanks 
Catherine Carol Blanton 
Janis Lillian Boguskie 
Betsy Bonnet 
Jean Cecil 

Jacquelyn Culbertson 
Louise Diamond 



Linda Alford Edmondson 
Margaret Rochelle Estlack 
Carole Lyn Ferguson 
Janet Ferguson 
Elizabeth Ann Fisher 
F. Elaine Folley 
Mary Ellen Ford 
Ruth Fulcher , 

Katherine Ann Hart I 
Diane Hierholzer 
Maiy Louise Ivey 



Nancy Maxine Jenkins 
Celene Sally Jones 
Marlene Louise Joseph 
Constance C. Lee 
Marjorie McGown 
Patricia Marie Miller 
Norma Lee Mills 
Marilyn Pope 
Wanda Ruth Reagan 
Zoe Ann Reese 
Mary Lucy Robson 



Jan Sanders 
Alicia Soto 
Frances G. Stamper 
Sarah Elizabeth Swift 
Jean Ross Tyrrell 
Nalda Van Brunt 
Phyllis Vagtborg 
Ann Evelyn Watson 
Mary Claire Webb 
Patricia Ann Wylie 



PIERIAN LITERARY SOCIETY is a literary group whose members must have a "B" average in English and a "C" over-all 
average. The name of the group is adapted from Alexander Pope's "Essay on Criticism." 




Front Row: Van Brunt. Miller, Webb. 

Second Ron:: Bihn. Vatjtborn. Swift. Arm-itronn 

Third RHU-: Sanders. Diamond, Wylie. Folley. 



PACE 421 



REAGAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President . 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Sponsor 



VIRGINIA HALLUM 
MARILYN GANN 
BARBARA SUE ALPARD 
JANE NEILL 
JOHN ARNOLD WALTER 




MEMBERS 



Barbara Sue Alpard 
Margaret Clyde Barton 
Marjory Jenetta Barton 
Priscilla Worth Beal 
Dolores Belson 
Betty Blake 

Muriel Suzanne Bonnet 
Charlotte Booth 
Janice Bourdon 
Shirley Sue Brasell 
Jo Ann Elizabeth Bredlow 
Roberta Eileen Brennan 
Jo Ann Caldwell 
Carita Joan Calkins 
Annetta Joyce Clark 
Kaye Love Clark 
Frances Starr Davis 
Marilyn Ida Denman 
Marillyn Frances Denton 
Patricia J. Dillon 
Margaret Aiken Doane 
Caroline Dowell 
Nancy Joan Earle 



Darby Jean Ehlers 
Marilyn Moffett Ely 
Pat Anne Evans 
Margaret Ann Foust 
Barbara Freeman 
Marilyn Gann 
Jeneane Mund Gartner 
Phyllis Ann Green 
Joan Gray 
Hinda Groner 
Helen Bernice Hall 
Nancy McAfee Hall 
Virginia Hallum 
Rosemary Monroe Hamner 
Lady Clyde Hodges 
Mary Jo Hollon 
Diane V. Johanson 
Amy lone Johnson 
Joan Buford Johnson 
Phyllis Ann Jones 
Elizabeth Ladon 
Swanee Latham 
Joan Elizabeth Lyon 
Jean McElreath 



Merle McDermott 
Johanna McLennan 
Emily Louise Martin 
Laura Louise Maverick 
Hazel Orleah Maultsby 
Jane Gay Maxwell 
Maurine Mitchell 
Martha Virginia Moore 
Bette Loise Muckleroy 
Carole Newberry 
Jane Neill 
Phyllis Ann Phillips 
Nina Eleanor Pugh 
Elizabeth Ann Randolph 
Martha Ann Rosborough 
Carolyn Ann Reid 
Jerry Lee Renner 
Joan Dee Rugeley 
Dolores Antoinette Russell 
Sara Catherine Sample 
Nell Beth Sansing 
J. Tynelle Sansing 
Ida Lanette Sherman 
Jeannette Christine Simmons 



Beverly Elaine Smith 
Carmen Gladys Smith 
Judy Wade Smith 
Jo Ann Spears 
Virginia Browning Spell 
Betty Carolyn Stanford 
Nancy Lou Temple 
Karen Thatcher 
Helen Louise Thomason 
Carolyn Jean Tompkins 
Sally Elizabeth Tucker 
Gladys Joyce Vernon 
Jancie Varnell 
Betty Lynn Walter 
Sarah Jane Weeks 
Sondra Ann Weiss 
Lois Ann Weksler 
Ruthie Jean Wertheimer 
Carol Jean Wesner 
Audrey Jane Wiggins 
Mary Margaret Wiley 
Betty Anne Williams 
Jacqueline Clymer Wren 






With membership requirements a "B" average in English, Reagan Literary Society was founded by the Dean of women of the 
University. The purpose of the organization is to discuss outstanding literary contributions. 




Front Row: Stanford, Smith, Lyon, Calkins, Beran, Bourdon. 
Second Row: Phillips, Thomason, McLennan, Beal, Booth. Russell. 
Third Row: Alpard, Weksler, Rugeley, Wesner, Hallum, Hammer. 



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SAN ANTONIO CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Sponsor 



Joe White Anderson 
Elaine Elizabeth Aniol 
Hal W. Atkins, Jr. 
Arnold Melvin Barban 
David Bell, III 
Ted J. Berger 
Robert Jackson Bond 
Ferdie John Burket 
Ben Morgan Burns 
Conway Eugene Caldwell 
Elizabeth Ann Cameron 
Mildred Sue Chapman 
Donald Veane Clawson 
John Leslie Cochran 
John Loftin Conlon 
James Lawrence Dalton 
Guy Allen Davis 
Dixie Ann Dickson 
Jack Quitman Dunaway 
Carol Ann Eakins 
Bebe Faulk 

Joe Anne Cecelia Faulk 
Barbara Jane Fenton 
Don Gordon Frydell 



Gus WILLIAM HAHN 
WAYNE KENNETH TRAVIS 
Lois VIRGINIA WYNNE 
WILLIAM CHARLES MUELLER 
JOSEPH R. GRIEBLE 



MEMBERS 




Dorothy Sue Garner 
Jesse Ray Garza 
Richard Claude Gawlik 
Phyllis Vivian Gochman 
Roman F. Gonzalez, Jr. 
William Larry Gray 
Gus William Hahn 
Barbara Ann Harris 
Thomas Marvin I latin Id 
Charles Milton Haynes 
Thomas Doughterty Higgins, Jr. 
Robert Louis Hill 
Dianne Gayle Johnson 
Robert Howard Kinsey 
Malcolm Thomas Kitchens 
Kenneth Francis Koehl 
Larry Lee Lacey 
Joann Elizabeth Lawton 
Milton Joseph Lehman 
Mickey Van Lewis 
Harry Jones Logan 
Jane Frances Lorenz 
Patricia Ann Martin 



Sara Phyllis Maxwell 
Jerry Meeks 
Walker N. Metcalf 
Norma Lee Mills 
Merton Melrose Minter, Jr. 
Wayland Pierce Moody 
Joan Morrison 
Rudy Rinehart Mueller 
William Charles Mueller 
Dorothy E. Newnam 
Katherine D. Newnam 
Mark Carlyle Noble 
Homer Buckley Olson 
Katherine Elizabeth Orr 
Harvey G. Penshorn 
Martha Ann Perkins 
James Bledsoe Perrigo 
Billy Paul Powell 
Billy Quinn 
Fred Donald Reynolds 
Herbert Louis Rice 
William Douglas Ridley 
Robert Norman Romine 



Anna Lou Russell 
Weldeen Joy Sanders 
Edward Earle Scheig 
Louis William Schleuse, Jr. 
Mary Margaret Schmitz 
Tom L. Schneider 
Robert Edward Smith 
Claude Darrell Sparkman 
Cecil Ray Sparks 
John Leonard Steel 
Sharon Louise Swales 
Robert Lye-Hock Teng 
Robert Kennedy Terrill 
Pat Mitchell Tolar 
Almarie Trantham 
Wayne Kenneth Travis 
Carol Lee Vaughn 
Robert H. Walls 
Edgar Charles Watkins 
Fred Herman Weiss 
Barbara Wofford 
Lois Virginia Wynne 
Saralu Spann Zeigler 



Open to all students from the San Antonio area, this club enables students to become better acquainted through social and service 
functions. 



Front Ron: McCutcheon. Orr, Vaughn, Lawton, Trantham, Wynne. Frydell, Stedham. 
Second Row: Noble, R. Mueller, Lewis, Mills, Cameron, W. Mueller, Meeks, Wofford 
Third Ro&: Travis, Hahn, Schneider, Hill, Perrigo. Gonzalez, Schleuse. 




PAOF. 423 



SIDNEY LANIER LITERARY SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 



President . . 
V ice-President . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer . . . . 
Faculty Sponsor . 



Joan Irene Ablon 
Helen Ainsworth 
Nancy Ainsworth 
Shirley Ruth Axline 
Laura Holloway Becker 
Elissa Joyce Berwald 
Mary Rose Brady 
Dorothy Bruns 
Sally Kathron Capps 
Janet Sara Corenbleth 
Dorothy Jo Dailey 
Rochelle Estlack 



SHIRLEY ELISE STRUM 
JANET SARA CORENBLETH 
SHIRLEY RUTH AXLINE 
SALLY KATHRON CAPPS 
MARY ROSE BRADY 
JOAN IRENE ABLON 
IONE SPEARS 



MEMBERS 

Joe Ann Ericson 
Alice Gazelle Gardiner 
Diana Gerson 
Dolores Helen Goldstein 
Carol Adelaide Grimes 
Charlotte Anne Gunter 
Nora Lynn Gurney 
Rosalie Amelia Klein 
Harriet Ann Levy 
Leva LaRue McFarland 
Lolita McNeil 
Mary Ann Maley 
Anne Pescar 



SIDNEY LANIER is a literary society which meets to discuss and read outstanding literature. Membership is based on the 
requirements of a "B" average over-all and a "B" average in all English courses. 




Pauline F. Pierce 
Darlene F. Prouse 
Yvonne Rodgers 
Cecile Rose 
Joanne Sachs 
Merle Sauermilch 
Margaret Ann Schmidt 
Shirley Jean Schoenbrun 
Aileen Rita Schwartz 
Shirley Ann Stillinger 
Shirley Elise Strum 
Mildred Janet Sutton 




Left to Right: Corenbleth, Daily, Levy, Strum, Rose, Sutton, Schmidt. 



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SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President 

First Vice-President . 

Second V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sponsors . . . . 



JOHN FRANK KVINTA, JR. 
STANLEY BOYSEN 
EDITH MARIE O'KRUHLIK 
MARY JOYCE PAVLIK 
RUBY RUTH JOHNSON 
STANLEY BOYSEN 
WINONA BOYSEN 
HENRY J. STRAUSS 
ELIZABETH M. STRAUSS 




MEMBERS 



Claude Ablinger 
Betsy Catherine Barren 
Robert L. Baros 
Kenneth Earl Blaschke 
John Charles Boase 
Marion Jack Borchers 
Otto Robert Borchers 
Paul Kasper Bordovsky 
Rudolph Lenard Bordovsky 
Stanley Boysen 
William Frank Burchard 
Bobby Gene Eckols 
Tomas Edward Farek 
Kenneth Fehlis 



Betty Ann Giese 
Edmund Alvin Giese 
Elsie W. Haas 
Kenneth Lloyd Hardcastle 
Harry Harusek 
Patsy Ruth Hassman 
Harry Max Hruzek 
Rose Eleanor Janda 
Ruby Ruth Johnson 
Edward Clemens Kelley 
Charles James Kvinta 
John Frank Kvinta, Jr. 
G. H. Lampley 
Kenneth Roy Lorfing 



Frank J. Marek 
Kay McKnight 
Samylu Mark Michelson 
Ann Morgan 
Edwin George Novak 
Elizabeth Ann O'Connor 
Sarita Obelgoner 
Edith Marie O'Kruhlik 
Mary Joyce Pavlik 
Pauline Louise Pechal 
Doris Ann Petrusek 
George Sydner Robinson 
Mary Lucy Robson 
Margaret Ann Schmidt 



Rudolph Gus Seeberger, Jr. 
Ben Henry Speckels, Jr. 
Betty Jo Sabrsula 
Elizabeth M. Strauss 
Henry J. Strauss 
Joanne Strauss 
Billy Frank Strickland 
Bobby Joe Strickland 
Janice Ann Turbeville 
Margaret Ann Vasek 
Ei-win H. Walicek 
J. R. Weiershzuher 
Jo Ann Wright 



Composed of students from De Witt, Gonzales, Fayette, Lavaca and Colorado counties, the SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS CLUB 
sponsors a yearly scholarship given to a graduating senior from a South Central Texas high school. 




front ..;< . O'Kiuhlik. Turbeville. MrKniicht. S<nmidt. Sabrsula. Vasek. 

Sit>irid Rtr.t: Blaschke, Petrusek, Pavlik. Janda. Robsun. Paul Bordovsky. 

Third Ron': Rudy Bordovsky. John Kvinta. Charles Kvinta. Marek. Giese. Seeberer. 



PACE 425 



SPOOKS 



Chief Haunt . 

Vice-Haunt 

Secretary Recorder Haunt 

Banker Haunt . 

Faculty Sponsor 



SHIRLEY CORINNE FITCH 
LARETHA SUE HENSLEY 
SIDNEY ELISABETH HOWELL 
SHIRLEY MARGARET LONG 
HELEN WINDHAM 




MEMBERS 



Rosemary Austin 

Frances Eugenia Berryman 

Marilyn Biel 

Beverly Edzine Bihn 

Rie Charlotte Booth 

Marjorie Janice Bourdon 

Joanne Earlene Burkhalter 

Jo Ann Caldwell 

Consuela Dolores Castaneda 

Patricia Ann Cox 

Bettie M. Dancy 

Louise Diamond 

Noelie Anne Duggan 

Mary Ann Elliott 



Margaret Rochelle Estlack 
Shirley Corinne Fitch 
F. Elaine Policy 
Patricia Love Folmar 
Patricia Joan Gayle 
Yvonne Clare Gebhard 
Patty Gill Gideon 
Carolyn Sue Green 
Nancy McAfee Hall 
Marge Hargrove 
Barbara Ann Harris 
Laretha Sue Henslee 
Sidney Elisabeth Howell 



Mary Jane Inglish 
Frances Lou Ivey 
Nancigail Jordan 
Sally Ann Jordan 
Barbara K. Kelly 
Eleanor Jane Kneip 
Mary Maud Lane 
Shirley Margaret Long 
Jane Gay Maxwell 
Gloria Winifred Meyer 
Edythe Jane Moody 
Teddy Lewis Moody 
Betty Loise Muckleroy 



Martha Ann Nichols 
Edith Maria O'Kruhlik 
Anna Louise Redding 
Barbara Dale Roberts 
Peggy Lee Rowland 
Mary Winsett Schmidt 
Otis Rhea Schmidt 
Carolyn Thompkins 
Sally Ann Thompson 
Janice Varnell 
Sonia Ellen Wolf 
Barbara Ann Wright 
Jane Michaus York 
Dorothy Joan Young 



Interest and participation in campus activities, and a sense of humor are the requirements for membership in SPOOKS, girls' 
social organization. 




Front Row: Elliott, Nichols, Young, Roberts, Cox, Austin, Long. Rowland, Howell, Fitch, Henslee, Gayle, Estlack. 
Second Row: Moody, Lane, Thompson, Hargrove, Schmidt, Clifton, Bourdon, Gideon, Wolf, Hall, Dancy. 
Third Row: Burkhalter, Stevenson, Maxwell, Redding, Inglish, Harris, Tompkins, Varnell, Wright, Jordan. 



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STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 



President YWCA . 
President YMCA . , 
Vice-President YWCA 
Vice-President YMCA 
Secretary YWCA . 
Secretary YMCA . 
Treasurer YWCA . 
Treasurer YMCA . 



STAFF 



Executive Director YWCA 
General Secretary YMCA 
Associate Secretary YMCA 
Danforth Graduate-Fellow 



MARTHA ANN ROSBOROUGH 
DONALD EASTLAND 
MARY Jo HOLLON 
ALBERTO YRIART 
ELEANOR FRANCES LUCKETT 
DEWEY JACKSON HOOPER 
OTIS RHEA SCHMIDT 
JOE ALLEN OSBURN 

SALLER ROLLER NASH 
W. A. (BLOCK) SMITH 
HUGH ECKOLS 
Lu PINNER 




Martha Ann Rosborough 
Donald Eastland 
Mary Jo Hollon 
Alberto Yriart 
Otis Rhea Schmidt 
Joe Allen Osborn 
Eleanor Frances Luckett 
Dewcy Jackson Hooper 



CABINET 

Cecilia Ann Barber 
John Lockman 
Mary Lou Watkins 
Donald Ray Warren 
Evelyn Shelby Reed 
Dolores Antoinette Russell 
Mary Margaret Wiley 
Adele Crawford 



Patty Gill Gideon 
.John Webb Howell 
Franklin Scott Spears 
Kaletah J. Life 
Patricia Ann Kendall 
Jerry James Wilson 
Ed Frost 



UPPERCLASS SPONSORS FOR FRESHMAN FELLOWSHIP 

DOLORES ANTOINETTE Bill Jackson McGrew George Marion Penn 

RUSSELL, Chairman Linda Elaine Reeves Amy lone Johnson 

Mary Juan Presson Richard T. Atkin Paul N. Gregory 

Carita Joan Calkins 



Cecilia Ann Barber 
John Lockman 
Mary Lou Watkins 
Donald Ray Warren 



FRESHMAN FELLOWSHIP CABINET 

Shirley Ann Bayless Laura Antoinette Slaughter 



Roland Edmund Dahlin 
Jim Buck Huggins 
Mack Newsom 



James Hamner Frost 
Barbara Ann Benedict 
Eileen Ethel Buckley 



EVELYN SHELBY REED, 

Chairman 
Caroline Dowell 



UPPERCLASS COUNCIL 

Nancye Gaye Burkhart Paul W. Petersen 

Everett Foy Clement David Graham Pfeiffer 

Dorothy Deaver Carolyn Smith 



The STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, founded on this campus over sixty years ago, has as its purpose the building of 
a fellowship among students. 




h'rttnt R;i : Nasli. Wcsner, Ku.iltl. Garcia. Russell, Hallis, Moorhead. Buckley. Cullen. Hollon. Ayoub. Huveins. Jenkins. Reed. La Rowe. Deaver. 

*,i<:ntt Ron: Eastland. Peterson. Yriart. Bayless, Head, Teague. Harris. Jibril, Gideon. Watkins. Castleberry. Pinner, Frost, Hampton. White. 

Third Ron: MrDa\id. Surratt, Calkins, Bourdon, J. Roberts, Arnold. Rust. Benedict. Andrews. Schnell. 

Fourth Ro;t: M, in. un, i MrFaddin. Olesjuk. Dowell. C. Smith. Rivas. L. Sutton, Lehrer. C. Miller. Moody, Godley. Francisco, Boyd. McManus. Skiles. Lembke. 

Xkin. W. A. Smith. 1'. Roberts. Beall. 
Fifth Ro:t: Snow, Wiiislow. l,n< kin.ui. Sherwood, Squyres, Tuck. Maxwell, Hooper, Luckett, Rowland. Babin. Tarte. Woolard, Hammond, Barber, Warren, 

Presson. 1'reisv ( >tc\ . Nahbour. 
Sixth /?<>;<: Jackson. MiK.imi. Wilson. T. Miller. Carter. Frost, ll.ill.inl. J. Sutton. Burkhart. Wessels. Kuhlman. Eckols, Spears. 



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TEXAS STARS 



OFFICERS 



Director . 
Secretary . 
Faculty Advisor 
Faculty Advisor 



FRANCES SHIREE DANIEL 
SHIRLEY ELISE STRUM 
ARNO NOWOTNY 
AL CHAPMAN 








MEMBERS 



Betsy Catherine Barren 
Janet Ruth Collins 

Nancy Gail Cooper 

Frances Shiree Daniel 
Gloria Fericks 

Donna Dunbar Howe 

April Jerodine Johansen 
Patricia Ann Johnston 



Mary Lou Lynch 

Frances Marosko 

Vivian Videlle Rux 
Monica Segal 

Shirley Elise Strum 
Diane Schwartz 

Barbara Joan Tompkins 

Patricia Andrea Woods 



The first such group in the Southwest Conference, the colorful TEXAS STARS is a girls' twirling organization performing at 
football games, basketball games, pep rallies and parades. 




Front Row: Daniel, Schwartz, Howe, Segal, Lynch, Collins, Johnston, Strum. 
Second Row: Johansen, Woods, Rux, Tompkins, Marosko, Fericks, Barren. Cooper. 



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WESLEY FOUNDATION 



OFFICERS 



President 

First V ice-President 

Second V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



STAFF 



Director .... 
Associate Director 
Director of Activities . 



HARRY CAMPBELL KIELY 

OLIVER HAILEY 

MARGARET TEXAN N A PETTY 

MARY E. BYNUM 

ROBERT BRUCE BUCKINGHAM 



DR. C. W. HALL 
DR. R. E. LEDBETTER 
REV. BOB BREIHAN 




The WESLEY FOUNDATION is a fellowship of Methodist students and their friends built around common interests and ideals. 




Front R;t : Harry Campbell Kiely, John Elias Diller, Eugene Merton Langworthy, Man-in Lee Deviney. Jr., Meek Lee Richardson, Betty Sue Swann, Joyce 

Ann Fritrhetl. F. Darlene Prouse, Ruth Lorene Prouse, Ann Ruth Patrick, Ann Ruth Bruckner, Doris Rudell, Bletsch. Gwendolyn Geneva Ouilliam, 

Frank C. Mondy. 
Second Ru: Vtack McDonald, Don Lamar Stone, Clarence John Fink, Johnnie Harvey, Beverly Ann Fisher. Bonnie Sue Bain. Mary Elizabeth Bynum, 

Betty Jane Little, Margaret Texanna Petty, Frances Anne Echols. Nancy Dale Torrance. Philip Hall, Jeanette Owen, Mary Kathryn Smith. 
Third Knu 1 : Hubert Holiday Strom, Eula Mae Bass, Nancy Carolyn Myrick. Mary Ann Gray, Nancy Ann Chilton, Joan C. Taylor, Mary Jane Witcher, 

Ann Lynn Sadler. Barbara Alice Wells, Cleo McWhorter, Dorothy Sue Pinkerton. 
Fourth Row: George Evlall Dowlen. Dorothy Ann Steele, Claire Johnson, Joanne \Vert7. Marilyn Virginia Steele, Bill Preston Langham. Malcolm Drummond. 

Dixie Taylor, Eleanor Jane ivm-ip. I ait\ Taylor, Ethel Laverne Wieling, Dorothy McGlamery. 
Fifth Ron : Allen Killam. Betty Bean. Marilyn Ann Bronson. Marilyn Ruth McVey. Donald Ray Warren, Bill Dean Ball, Robert Allen. Virginia McDonald. 

Alice Ann Herbst, Robert Wesley Carter. 
Si.\lh Ri>:t: Dr. C. W. Hall. Leska Sue Barton. John Valerius, Nancy Ann Clayton, Frank Stokes, James Jean Bradley, Wanda Smith. Thomas Morgan 

ll.itiiinond. Jack Wesley Walker. 

Seventh Rou': James Byars Carter. Donald George McDavid. Dorothy June Haws, Merry Christine McCreless, Elizabeth Nicken. Garth Owens. 
Eighth Rou': O. Julius Olson. Jr.. Glenn Frank Hoffman, Tom Rogers, Rex Montgomery, Willie Joe Kostka. 
\inth Ron-: Jack Stout. Hi-Chang Chai, Bert Nagle, Don Pedereon, David Snyder, Bob Breihan. 
Tenth Roit: Robert Seburn Collins. Richard Lesch, Charles Rogers, Joy C. Green. Charlie Merrill. 
Eleventh R'tn: Joe Allan Rid. Joe Ray Hess, Conrad Orville Hopperstead, Jimmy Pou. 
Twelfth Rm : Ja<k Kidd, Gary Martin. Russell Gregory. 
Thirteenth Row: George Elroy Bode, Waller Holly, James Richard Holland. 



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WESTMINSTER STUDENT FELLOWSHIP 



STAFF 



Director . 
Associate Director 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Representative to the Board .... 

Century Class President 

Cart'n Compass Class President 
Westminster Bible Class President . 
Enlistment Commission Chairman 
Enlistment Commission Chairman 
Program Commission Chairman 
Fellowship Commission Chairman 
Fellowship Commission Chairman 
Publications Commission Chairman 
Service Commission Chairman 
Stewardship Commission Chairman 

Kirk Editor 

U.R.W. A. Representative .... 



CHARLES PETET 
ANNE SHAW 



PHILIP MILLER BELL 

CLAIBORNE MURPHY BELL 

JERRY LEE RENNER 

LEO CHARLES LEE 

JACQUELYN CULBERTSON 

GEORGE MARION PENN 

RONALD AGNEW WILKINS, II 

HENRY CLAY MOORE 

PHILLIS A. MOORE 

BILL JOE BROWN 

REUBEN COOK 

JAN is MARIE DEC H MAN 

VAN SHAW 

DOROTHY JANE KREAGER 

MARGARET ANN ABBOTT 

DANIEL LINDSEY DURWAY 

JOHN CLARY 

TIM DRIVER 




The WESTMINSTER STUDENT FELLOWSHIP was founded on the campus of The University of Texas in November, 1899. 
Its aim is to meet the religious needs of the Presbyterian students on the campus. 




front Row: Betty Jo Ogburn, Margaret Ann Abbott, Mildred Janet Sutton, Joe Anne Ericson, Joann Elizabeth Lawton, Shirley Youington, Anne Shaw. 

Noeljean Adkins, Vlasta Louise Zobal. Shiree Daniel, Betty Ann Thompson, Sarah Lew Link. Ted Lewis Moody, Harriet Carter Godley, Sarah 

Elizabeth Johnson, Betty Elaine Allen, Doris Jean Gloff. 
Second Row: Jane Ann Thaxton, Ben Carolyn Dunaway, Janette Elaine Bandy, Jerry Lee Renner, Emily Jo Woolard, Helen Nancy Scaief, Joanna 

Gentry, Dena Lee Dickey, Eleanor D. Sanders, Sara Ann Abrego, Patricia Ann Erwin, Marjorie Ann Yerington, Laura Lissa Folmar, Martha Powell, 

Katharine Margaret Mays, Mary Lea Castleberry, Marian Fay Noster, Marjorie Lane Mugno, Nancy Mary Dodge, Sally Yvonne Beilke, Betty Lockhart 

Mays, Francis Cornelia Foote, Betty Ann Dickens, June Parsons, Patricia Ann Cox, Mrs. \V. O. Beall. 
Third Row: Harry Leigh Johnson, Claiborne Murphy Bell, Charles F. Petet. 
Fourth Row: Houston Russell Wade, Edwin Lanier Young, Jim Hunter Hill, Reuben Cook, Karl Archer Maley, William Howard Deihl, Ray Coker Biggs, 

Roy Davis Coles, Ralph Erb Person. Henry Clay Moore, Jerome John Perry, Fred Klaus, Leo Charles Lee, Phillip Miller Bell, William Janzen, 

John Clary, Arthur Polk Allison, Van Shaw. 
Fifth Row: Gerald Bloynt Pratt, Ernest Cadell Broske. 
Sixth Row: Olin C. Lancaster, Sam McDowell Junkin, Kent Dickerson, Bill Joe Brown. Ronald Miller Guinn, Tim Driver, Ellsworth James Cundiff, 

Marion Johnson, Arthur Baker Bell, John Conrad Schaumburg, Noel Fletcher Roebuck, Ralph Hugh Carden. 



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W. I. C. A. 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor 



OFFICERS 

CHARLENE ARMSTRONG 
NORMA LEE MILLS 
CONSUELO DOLORES CASTANEDA 
SUE LARETHA HENSLEE 
ROSE BRUNE 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Charlene Armstrong 

Consuelo Dolores Castaneda 
Barbara Ann Callaway 

Barbara Elaine Carroll 

Margaret Rochelle Estlack 
Laretha Sue Henslee 

Barbara Kay Kelley 

Carrie Elizabeth Miller 



Norma Lee Mills 

Dulcie Mary Munro 
Joan G. Naven 

Edith Maria O'Kruhlik 
Anastasia Panos 

Mary Joyce Pavlik 

Cecilia Marie Pingenot 
Alicia Soto 



Mary Helen Spear 



With membership open to any woman student of the University who has no sorority affiliation, WICA has the promotion of 
social and cultural activities among independent girls and the co-operation with other groups for the advancement of the aims and 
the ideas of the University as its goal. 







Front Row: Kelley, Mills, O'Kruhlik, Henslee. 

Second Row: Brune, Miller, Munro, Estlack, Callaway, Armstrong, Soto. 

Third Ron': Pavlik, Carroll, Casteneda, Spear. 



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Left to right: Jack Barton, Tom Stolhandske, Dick Ochoa. 

The 1953 Football Captains with the COTTON BOWL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TROPHY 



PAOE 434 





SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 



1952 



Notre Dame 14 

Oklahoma 49 




AS I 

,ESSEE 






COACHING STAFF 





DANA X. BIBLE, Athletic Director 



ED PRICE, Head Coach 




Left to Right: Trainer Frank Medina, Freshman Coach Grover (Ox) Emerson, Assistant Coach Bull Gilstrap, End Coach Bill DuBose, Assistant Coach Buddy 
Jungmichel, Backfield Coach Eck Curtis. Line Coach J. T. King, Head Coach Ed Price. 



PAGE 436 



1952 FOOTBALL 



The 1952 Longhorns, champions of the Southwest Conference, enjoyed sweet revenge over the Tennessee 
Volunteci-s in the Cotton Bowl classic January 1 at Dallas. 

The Longhorns thrashed the Vols 16-0, thus settling the score imposed on the Texas team when Tennessee 
beat Texas in 1951. 

Ed Price's boys got off to a good start in their first two games of the season, both out-of-town events. LSU 
fell before the Horns 35-14, in a muddy night battle, and then Texas rode on the arm of T Jones to a 28-7 victory 
over North Carolina. 

Back in Austin for the first game in Memorial Stadium, the Longhorns faced a formidable opponent and 
with disastrous results. Notre Dame belted the Longhorns for a 3-14 loss, leaving the Texas team without a touch- 
down for the first time in 60 games. Another humiliation was heaped on the Steers when the Oklahoma Sooners 
handed them a 49-20 loss in Big D. But the Steers showed a great "come-back" spirit by a valiant attempt to nip 
the Sooners in spite of the fact that OU garnered 28 points in the first ten minutes of play. 

In the opening Conference game for the Steers, the UT lads poured a 44-7 trouncing over the Arkansas 
Razorbacks, more than making up for the upset Texas had received from the Razorbacks in 1951. The rest of the 
conference season was brilliant for the Longhorns they won every game they played. First-half scoring and great 
defensive work resulted in a 20-7 victory over the Rice Owls at Houston, and smooth offensive work along with a 
good defense downed the SMU Mustangs 31-14. The greatest thriller of the season was the Baylor game, which the 
Steers took 35-33. Billy Quinn, sophomore halfback, scored for the Longhorns with only 39 seconds to play, after 
the Bears had passed the Steers with 5 minutes, 13 seconds remaining. The TCU Frogs bowed to the Longhorns 
14-7, thus cinching the New Year's Day encounter for the Longhorns. To make the season complete, the tower was 
orange following the Turkey Day victory of the Steers ov er A&M 32-12. 



LETTERMEN 



Seniors 
Jack Barton 
Gib Dawson 
Charles Genthner 
Bill Georges 
James C. (T) Jones 
Marvin Leath 
Bill McDonald 
Richard Ochoa 
Jimmy Dan Pace 
Glen Price 
Bob Raley 
Hugh Reeder 
Harley Sewell 
Tom Stolhandske 



Juniors 

Bunny Andrews 
Phil Branch 
Doug Dawkins 
Dougal Cameron 
Hub Ingraham 
John (Bull) Johnson 
Carlton Massey 
Charles Petrovich 
Clifford Polk 
Gilmer Spring 
Bill White 



Sophomores 
George Allen 
Kenneth Anglin 
Larry Graham 
Kenneth Harlow 
Ed Kelley 
Malcolm Kitchens 
Buck Lansford 
Don McGraw 
Rayborn Mathews 
Don Miller 
Paul Parkinson 
Howard Moon 
James Pierson 
Billy Quinn 
Jim Rosser 



Reserve Letter-men 
Bill Bible 
Bill Cline 
Wayne Delaney 
Paul Earney 
Frank Finchum 
Bob Flinn 
Dick Gawlik 
Troy Lee Hand 
Lawrence Kalmus 
Jack McMurry 
Dean Smith 
Jack Taylor 
Leighton Younger 




front R:i: Charles (.enthnrr. Bull Ralry. Tom Stolhandske. Gib Dawson. Jimmy Dan Pace. Marvin Leath. Dick Ochoa, Bill McDonald. Jack Barton Harlcv 

Sewell. Hugh Reeder. Pod Price. T. Join-. 
Srcond Rnu: Buddy Jiinitinirhrl 'Assistant Coach). Billy Quinn. Boh Honeycutt. (iilmer Spnm' Hub Ingraham. Phil Branch. Troy Lee Hand. Bunny Andrews. 

Bill Bible. Charles Petrovich. Dean Smith. Eck Curtis (Backfield Coarhi . 
Third KO-.I-: Tony Kazen I Student Manager i . Carllon Massey. Frank Finchum, Dick Gawlik, George Allen. Don McGraw, Buck Lansford. Bull Johnson Bill 

While. Clifford Polk. Jim R,,s,,.,. l),,k Miller. 
h,,u,th Rn:i: Malcolm Kitchens. Douiral Cameron. Jack McMurrv. lack Taylor. Ravborn Matthews. Howard Moon. Leiuhiou Younger Bill Cline Wavne 

Delaney, Paul Parkinson. Doug Dawkins, Don Miller, Bill DuBose (End Coach). 
Fifth Rn:, : Hulls Gilstrap i Assistant Coarhi. J. T. King (Line Coach I . Larry Graham. Bob Flinn. Ferdy Burket. Lawrence Kalmus. Ed Kelley. Ken Harlow, 

Ken Anglm. Glen Dyer. James Pierson, Jere Thompson (Assistant Student Manager). Ed Price (Head Coach). 



PACE 437 



ALL-AMERICAN 




HARLEY SEWELL 

Harley Sewell, 6'1", 215-pound senior guard from St. Jo, 
Texas, leaves the University with an outstanding record in 
football. He was the choice of Look Magazine for its defen- 
sive unit in the two-platoon Ail-American selection, and 
his name appeared on the All-American team selected for 
Collier's. In addition, he was named to the NEA All- 
American defensive team, the Associated Press second 
offensive team, and the second team of the N. Y. News. 
The Houston Post named him the most valuable lineman 
of the year. Sewell's name also appeared on the All- 
Southwest Conference team. 



TOM STOLHANDSKE 

Tom Stolhandske, 6'2", 210-pound senior end from Bay- 
town ended his college football career with a string of 
honors. He was named to the Look magazine offensive pla- 
toon, the offensive platoon in the International News Serv- 
ice selections, and the first team of the N. Y. News. The 
Associated Press ranked Stolhandske on its first team offen- 
sive platoon. NEA named him to the second string offensive 
team, and the Chattanooga Times sports editor Wirt 
Gammon selected him for the All-American blocking team. 
Stolhandske was also named to the All-Southwest Confer- 
ence team. 




P;F. 438 



ALL-SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE 




PHIL BRANCH, 6', 195 pounds 
Junior Guard from Gaston 




GIB DAWSON, 5' 11", 175 pounds 
Senior Back from Douglas, Ariz. 








BILLY QUINN, 5' 11", 180 pounds 
Sophomore Back from San Antonio 




RICHARD OCHOA, 6' 2", 200 pounds 
Senior Back from Laredo 




BILL GEORGES, 6' 1", 195 pounds 
Senior End from Fort Worth 



T. JONES, 6' 1", 170 pounds 
Senior Back from Childress 



4.t'l 




SCENES AT BIG D: 

Yell leaders got a big cheer from the crowd as 
they run on the field. 

Ellie Luckett, Queen of the Cotton Bowl, rides 
on in a stagecoach. 

The Kilgore Rangerettes were a popular half- 
time feature. 

Tennesse and Texas students were honor guests 
at the dance in the SMU Union. 

That lunch must have had plenty of vitamins. 



COTTON BOWL 

Texas 16 Tennessee 



Dallas, Tex., Jan. 1, 1953 

Texas stole Tennessee's thunder in the Cotton Bowl, Thursday, scoring all its points after Volunteer mistakes and collecting 
a sweet, 16-0 victory. 

The Longhorns dominated the game from start to finish, in a fashion seldom matched in the sixteen previous classics. 

Tennessee never was a real factor. Its famed defense, toughest in college ranks during the regular season, sagged as the 
Steers rumbled through for 269 yards on the ground. 

The first period was only halfway through when Texas struck. Tailback Dave Griffith fumbled a snapback as he prepared to 
kick out from the end zone after a Texas punt went out on the Vols' four-yard line. End Carlton Massey of the Longhorns hit him 
and slowed him up and then a Texas back, Pod Price, put the finishing tackle on the confused Tennessean in the end zone. 

That gave Texas a safety and a two-to-nothing lead. 

In the second period, the Longhorns recovered a fumble and drove twenty-two yards for a touchdown with Halfback Gib 
Dawson sweeping right end from the four-yard-line. 

A similar miscue by Tennessee in the final quarter also set up a Texas score. This time, the Longhorns moved twenty-six 
yards. The ball was only an inch or two from the goal line whe n Billy Quinn, the sensational sophomore halfback, cracked right 
guard for the touchdown. 

Dawson added both extra points. 

The running star of the game was big Dick Ochoa, the Texas fulback. He roared for 108 yards and was voted the game's 
outstanding back. 

Harley Sewell, the Longhorn's All-American guard, was declared the best lineman in the poll of sports writers covering the 
contest. 

Texas gave a magnificent demonstration of ball control, running ninety plays to the Volunteers' forty-one. 






PACE 441 




KE.N ANGLIN, 
Sophomore back 




JAMES PIERSON, 

Sophomore back 



DOUG DAWKINS, Junior guard 



TEXAS 35 LSU 14 

The 1952 Longhorns faced a double jinx in their opening 
game it was the first time they had played at night in 15 
years, and they had never beaten LSU on the Tigers' home 
ground. 

For a while, it looked like the jinxes might hold good one 
more time. But late in the first half, Texas began to move. 
And the Horns kept on moving, through a drizzling rain, for 
a 35-14 victory. 

After the first '52 touchdown appropriately went 52 yards 
(T. Jones to Tom Stolhandske pass) the stout LSU "umbrella" 
defense withered. The Longhorns scored three touchdowns in 
the third quarter two of them within less than a minute to 
win going away. 

The Tigers' only two threats came early in the third, and 
midway through the fourth period. A touchdown resulted each 
time, but they were "lastest with the leastest." 

Jones added two Texas touchdowns, linebacker Pod Price 
scored one on a recovered fumble-and-run, and linebacker Jack 
Barton added the final touchdown on a 25-yard ramble with 
an intercepted pass. 

Taking up where he left off the '51 season, Dick Ochoa 
paced Texas ball-carriers with 83 yards gained. Gib Dawson 
picked up 79. 



Box Scores 



TEXAS 
LSU 



21 
7 



35 

14 



BILL WHITE, Junior back 




RAYliOKN MATTHEWS, 
Sophomore back 





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GEORGE ALLEN 

Sophomore guar 



Tom Stolhandske makes a gain in southern territory. 



TEXAS 28 NORTH CAROLINA 7 

That which had corralled the Longhorns in 1951 the lack of a 
dependable pass attack appeared solved as the Steers rode the 
right arm of James Carroll (T) Jones to their second straight 
victory. 

Fumbles and a couple of inopportune interceptions kept the game 
in something resembling doubt for three quarters. But in the fourth 
period, Texas broke away for 15 points and a 28-7 victory. 

While the Tar Heels exhibited little except Bud Wallace's excel- 
lent kicking, their chief offensive weapon appeared to be Texas' 
fumbles their defense managed to contain the split-T well until the 
roof caved in on them. 

T-Jones, Dougal Cameron, Tom Stolhandske, and sophomore 
Billy Quinn joined in the touchdown parade. Gib Dawson replaced 
Hub Ingraham as extra point kicker, and held the position the rest 
of the season. 

Texas gained two points when Stolhandske tackled quarterback 
Bill Britt in the Tar Heel end zone in the fourth period. 

For the second straight week, fullback Richard Ochoa was Texas' 
best "overland" bet, picking up 77 yards. An encouraging sign for 
the future appeared when the Longhorns gained 193 yards passing, 
the exact duplicate of their ground game. 



ED KELLEY 

Sophomore back 



Box Scores 

TEXAS 6 7 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Who's going to catch this one? 








15 28 

7 7 




BULL JOHNSON 
Junior guard 



PAGE 443 




PAUL PARKINSON 

Sophomore back 





DON MILLER 

'ophomore back 



Packed stands watch a Notre Dame player 
make off with the ball. 



TEXAS 3 NOTRE DAME 14 

What Frank Leahy has often referred to as "burning desire" worked 
typical Notre Dame magic again in the fourth renewal of the series. 

Before a sweltering Memorial Stadium crowd, the Irish spotted Texas 
a first period field goal, then swept back into the second half to belt the 
Steers, 14-3. It was the first time in 60 games since the 1946 TCU game- 
that a' Texas team had been held without a touchdown. 

Texas fought hard, but it was clear from the opening play of the second 
half that there would be no orange tower after the game. 

The entire first half was played in Notre Dame territory: the second 

half the hardest battle the Longhorns had fought in a long time almost 

all on the Longhorn side. Texas, though, wasn't able to go the final few 
yards in their half. 

Dick Ochoa, the Texas fullback, led Texas ball-carriers for the third 
straight week. But he finished third in the game behind ND's Johnny Lattner 
and Neil Worden. The inspired play of Lattner who played brilliantly on 
both offense and defense was a large factor in Texas' loss. 

Texas fought 'em all the way another encouraging sign for the rest of 
the road but it just wasn't the Longhorn's day. 



TEXAS 
NOTRE DAME 



Box Scores 

300 
007 



3 
714 



GLENN (Pod) PRICE 
Senior back 



Stolhandske sidesteps Notre Dame players 
on his way downfield. 



PACK 444 








BUNNY ANDREWS 

Junior back 




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Another Pileup 

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LANSFORD 

Sophomore tackle 



TEXAS 20 OKLAHOMA 49 

Texas fans were "treated" to a tremendous brand of football by a wizard- 
like backfield and a great line as the Oklahoma Sooners soundly maintained 
Bud Wilkinson's mastery over Texas. 

Wilkinson, the Oklahoma coach who's perhaps the nation's currently 
outstanding devotee of the split-T, masterminded his Sooners to an over- 
whelming 49-20 victory over the Longhorns. 

The victory the fourth for OU in the last six outings was accomplished 
in a terribly rapid manner. Within the first ten minutes, 28 Oklahoma points 
had poured across the goal line. 

It took a gallant Texas team to even attempt to stay in the game. Texas 
was such a team coming back to battle the Oklahomans on even terms the 
rest of the way. Of course it was too late by four touchdowns but it noted 
the arrival of a "new", spirited Longhorn team. 

There is no way to express it except that the Sooners were superb. If 
there was a best man, it must have been the Houdini-like quarterback, Eddie 
Crowder, who looked like nothing less than an Ail-American. 

Buck McPhail, the battering-ram fullback ; or Buddy Leake, the sophomore 
speed demon, both could have easily passed for pro's. 

Texas, fighting desperately to keep from being blasted into oblivion, 
rallied for 146 yards rushing and 158 yards passing. It wasn't quite enough 
for that particular day, for Oklahoma was nothing less than an unbeatable 



team. 



Box Scores 



TEXAS 
OKLAHOMA 




28 








13 
21 



One TD, coming up 




20 
49 



CHARLES PETROVICH 
Junior tackle 



PACK 445 




HUB INGRAHAM 

junior back 





Billy Quinn speeds along 



TEXAS 44 ARKANSAS 7 

It's just possible Texas learned some lessons in their loss to Oklahoma. 
At least, they applied some of the same crushing power against the Arkansas 
Razorbacks in their conference opener. 

The 1951 Razorbacks had upset Texas, 16-14. Any such dreams for 1952 
went by the boards quickly. The Longhorns fired-up and tremendously 
efficient pounded out a 28-0 halftime lead, then coasted in with a 44-7 
victory. 

Lamar McHan, Arkansas' fine quarterback, did not play a down. With 
the absence of McHan, due to an injury the Razorback attack sputtered 
throughout the entire game. It took a break to give them their only touch- 
down in the third quarter. 

The Conference's leading scorer in 1951 Texas' Gib Dawson shut out 
in four games as far as touchdowns went, finally started. And he kept it 
up, landing in the Hog end zone three times before the slaughter was over. 

He was joined there in a veritable parade by T Jones, Dick Ochoa and 
sophomore Larry Graham. 

Statistically, Texas riddled the Arkansas line for 388 yards running and 
picked up 125 more on Jones' spot passing. Dawson's 131 yards topped all 
ball carriers. Ochoa finally surrendered the role of leading ground gainer 
after four straight weeks, picking up 98 yards. Sophomore Billy Quinn 
of whom more was to be heard was the leading gainer, with 68 yards. 



Box Scores 



TEXAS 
ARKANSAS 



14 




14 




44 

7 



That's Stolhandske, crossing the 30-yard stripe 



DON McGRAW 

Sophomore tackle 



PAUE446 





MALCOLM KITCHENS 

Sophomore end 




Dawson plows through, as Genthner 
runs interference 



LARRY GRAHAM 

Sophomore back 



TEXAS 20 



RICE 7 



A pair of stalwart defensive ends Bill Georges and Malcolm Kitchens 
combined with line-backer Jim Rosser to save the day as Texas wrapped 
up its third straight victory over the Rice Owls. 

With all the scoring done in the first half, Texas downed Jess Neely's 
men, 20-7. But it was defensive work that saved the day in the fourth quarter. 

Twice, the Owls managed a first down inside the Texas 10. But the first 
time, Georges and Kitchens combined to smother Rice quarterback Dan 
Drake before he could get the attack going. The second time after a 
penalty had rubbed out a Rice touchdown Rosser intercepted a pass to 
kill the final Flock threat. 

As against Arkansas, the "ground patrol" bore the brunt of the attack. 
The Rice line bolstered by the touted linebacking Don Rhoden leaked for 
313 yards. T Jones added 123 more on his passes, which also helped serve 
to keep the defense loosened. 

Gib Dawson, Billy Quinn, and Larry Graham scored touchdowns for 
Texas. Graham's was the most spectacular one of the whole game. A T-Jones 
pass, aimed at end Gilmer Spring, bounced off Spring's fingertips and into 
Graham's hands. Graham was clear, and scored on a play covering some 
70 yards. 

Texas kept an unbeaten record in the new Rice Stadium, opened in 1950. 
That year, the eventual SWC champs romped over the Owls, 35-7. 



Box Scores 



TEXAS 
RICE 



13 

7 



20 

07 



It's Quinn again, heading for pay dirt 



JIM ROSSER 
Sophomore back 



PAOE 447 





CHARLES GENTHNER 

Senior tackle 




T. Jones clears the way for Quinn 



HUGH REEDER 
Senior center 



TEXAS 31 



SMU 14 



November opened on an Orange note as the Longhorns paced by a 
great defensive job by defensive ends Bill Georges and Carlton Massey 
smashed the threatening SMU Mustangs to take a commanding lead in 
the Conference race. 

It was the work of the defensive end duo that slowed the vaunted Mustang 
attack to a walk all afternoon, as the offense clicked smoothly to run away 
with a 31-14 victory. In the first quarter, the Longhorns got three good 
breaks and turned each into a touchdown. SMU fumbles were recovered by 
linebacker Jack Barton and guard Marvin Leath, and a punt partially- 
blocked by Leath, led touchdowns pushed over by Billy Quinn (twice) and 
Gib Dawson. Dawson's three successful conversions boosted it to 21-0 at 
the end of the first quarter. From there it was "no contest." 

The Ponies battled back for a touchdown in the second quarter, only 
to see it matched before the half by a sparkling T Jones-to-Stolhandske, 
called by some "the best executed play of the season." 

A 63-yard pass play with Val Joe Walker scoring early in the third period 
gave SMU new hope. However, that was their last threat as the Texas 
defensive team took over. The only scoring from then on was Dawson's 
fourth period field goal from SMU's 15. 

Jones, Dawson, and Stolhandske were the outstanding players for the 
Longhorns. Val Joe Walker starred for the Mustangs with sophomore end 
Ronnie Case showing some excellent action in the first half. 



TEXAS 
SMU 



Box Scores 

21 7 

7 



31 
14 



Here comes the Dawson express 



CARLTON MASSEY 

Junior end 



PAGE 448 





DOUGAL CAMERON 

Junior back 



Who's got it, fellas? 



TEXAS 35 BAYLOR 33 

This is the game that Athletic Director Dana Bible called "The Best game 
since '38." 

This is the game in which the Longhorns were a team impossible to defeat. 

This is the game in which Billy Quinn, the sophomore halfback, scored 
with 39 seconds to play to give the fighting Longhorns a "comeback" 35-33 
victory that eliminated Baylor from the Conference championship race. 

The Longhorns had started out apparently to make the game a run-away. 
They built up a 21-6 lead midway in the second period. But a charging 
Baylor comeback finaly caught the Steers and passed them with 5 minutes, 
13 seconds left on the Baylor Stadium clock. 

T Jones directed them downfield in a masterful manner, with Gib Dawson 
and Dick Ochoa carrying the brunt of the attack. Finally on the third 
down, Quinn drove over the right side of the Texas line for the winning 
touchdown. 

The two-point margin was achieved by Dawson, who kicked five con- 
secutive extra points. Baylor's kicker, C. O. (The Toe) Brocato missed the 
two that would have meant a tie. 

Not since Jackrabbit Jack Grain swooped 7 1 yards in the last split-seconds 
against Arkansas in 1939 (to give Texas a 14-13 victory), had a Texas 
team been able to pull a game back from the "loss column" in so dramatic 
a manner. 



BILL MCDONALD 

Senior center 



TEXAS 
BAYLOR 



Box Scores 

14 7 

6 7 7 



14 35 
13 33 



Nothing's going to stop Billy Quinn 




GILMER SPRING 
Junior end 



PAGF 449 





CLIFFORD POLK 

Junior tackle 




Quinn gets off a high-flying pass 



JIMMY DAN PACE 

Senior back 



TEXAS 14 TCU 7 



"It's Steers vs. Vols New Year's Day" read the headline in The Daily 

Texas' comeback Longhorns had broken through a sagging TCU defense 
in the last ten minutes to salvage a 14-7 victory and the right to represent 
the Conference in the Cotton Bowl. 

For more than three quarters, it looked as if the crafty L. R. (Dutch) 
Meyer had done it again" His Frogs were sitting on top of a 7-0 lead, and 
had managed, with the help of several fumbles and intercepted passes, to 
keep the increasingly desperate Longhorns at bay. 

When Ray McKown passed to Glen Jones for the Frog touchdown in 
the first quarter, nobody thought much of it at the time. But when the 7-0 
lead held up through the first, the second and the third, and into the 
fourth period, fans began to wonder. 

They wondered if the upsets of '43, '44, '46 and '49 were due to be joined 
by another Meyer Miracle. 

A short quick-kick which rolled out of bounds on TCU's own 26 
and a recovered fumble both led to fourth-period Texas touchdowns, though, 
and erased that hope from the Frogs' minds. 

After a short kick, Billy Quinn scored the tying touchdown a few plays 
later on a 16-yard scamper. Texas had the ball again, after an interval of 
one play. Safetyman Bill White intercepted McKown's pass on the TCU 6, 
Jones faked well to Ochoa, then pitched out to Quinn. The sophomore 
went wide around left end to score the touchdown that put the Longhorns 
in the Cotton Bowl. 



Box Scores 



TEXAS 
TCU 



Quinn again, making yardage as three 
Froggies give chase 



14 14 
07 



JACK BARTON 

Senior center 



PAGE 45<? 





KEN HARLOW 

Sophomore tackle 



Billy Quinn on his way to pay dirt 



HOWARD MOON 

Sophomore end 



TEXAS 32 A&M 12 

Thanksgiving Day was Orange Tower Day again as the 1952 Longhorns 
completed their second Southwest Conference sweep in three years, and for 
the first time for any team, placed all four backs on most all-Conference 
selections. 

Thanksgiving Day was particularly noted for Texas' 32-12 victory over 
the Texas Aggies. The Longhorns ran up a 29-0 lead early in the fourth 
quarter, then relaxed to coast on into the Cotton Bowl. 

It was the Jones-Quinn-Ochoa backfield machine which smashed the 
Aggies hope beyond recognition. Quinn (twice), Dawson and Ochoa 
managed to reach the "hallowed ground," and Dawson kicked a field goal 
on the last play. 

The Aggies were never in contention, except for a few brief moments in 
the fourth period. Don Ellis went into relieve injured quarterback Ray 
Graves and engineered the Cadet's two touchdown marches. 

The Longhorns scored in every possible manner. In addition to touch- 
downs, conversions and the field goal, they hit for a safety when Aggie Don 
Kachtik fumbled a pitchout and fell on it in the Aggie end zone, giving 
Texas two points. 

The victory gave the Longhorns a year's eagerly awaited revenge, making 
up for the 22-21 loss in 1951. 



TEXAS 
A&M 



Box Scores 

7 5 
C 



11 

12 



32 
12 



This high-stepping Horn means business 




MARVIN LEATH 

Si in"/ guard 



PAGE 451 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 

Blessed with good ball carriers, the 1952 University of Texas freshman football team finished strong to 
post a 3-2 won-and-lost record for the year. Handicapped by a late start and going against rivals that had the 
advantage of two or more games to their credit, the Yearlings lost to the Baylor Cubs, 20-25, and to the Rice Owlets 
14-28, before putting down SMU's Colts, 21-20, TCU's Wogs, 48-0, and the Texas A&M Fish, 27-26. 

Ox Emerson's lads gained their greatest distinction in snapping a three-year victory streak by the Colts, the 
squad generally recognized as the strongest in freshman circles. The top performance came, however, the day the 
Yearlings buried the Wogs under an avalanche of touchdowns. 

Although the backfield quality seemed superior to the line, the Yearlings graduated some topnotch front-line 
talent to the Varsity. Some of the youngsters who are ratxl good chances of starting berths as sophomores include 
Tackles Herbert Gray and Langford Sneed, Center Johnny Tatum, and End Menan Schriewer. 

Halfback Joe Youngblood of Abilene was the outstanding backfielder. He scored 8 touchdowns and kicked 
16 extra-points in 19 attempts, to tally 62 points. His nearest rivals counted only 12. Youngblood also led the ball 
carriers with 501 yards in 77 trips, caught 9 passes for 175 yards and completed one toss for 59 yards and a 
touchdown. 

Other backfield luminaries were Delano Womack, the Austin halfback, who averaged 10 yards per carry on 
24 carries and caught two passes for 101 yards; quarterbacks Charles Brewer and Pat Tolar; fullbacks Gene Boyd, 
George Robinson and Bill Long. 

SEASON 

Texas 20 Baylor 25 

Texas 21 SMU 20 

Texas 27 A&M 26 

Texas 14 Rice 28 

Texas 48 TCU 



Carl Viggo Aalund 
George William Bostick 
Gene Hodnett Boyd 
Charles Nueal Brewer 
Thomas Lee Cadenhead 
James Vincent Coats 
Kenneth Earl Cook 
James Edward Davis 



Melvin Bain Etheredge 
Herbert William Gray 
Fred Haberle 
Kenneth L. Hardcastle 
Donald LaHann Jones 
William Carl Long 
William Dean McLean 



FRESHMAN AWARDS 

Charles A. Machemehl 
Alton Davis Mitchell 
Jack Hale Murchison 
Bobby George Roberson 
George Sidney Robinson 
Menan Clyde Schriewer 
Delmer Hollis Sewell 



Robert Franklin Sexton 
Charles Joseph Smaistrla 
Langford Houston Sneed 
Corbin Lee Snow, Jr. 
Melvin Lloyd Spence 
John Paul Tatum 
Patrick M. Tolar 



Robert Aimsworth Tucker 
Jimmy Wayne Watson 
John Fred Weir 
Robert Drake Wilkes 
Thomas A. Delano Womack 
Joe Marshall Young 
Joe Bert Youngblood 



FRESHMAN MANAGERIAL AWARDS 
Pat G. Slater Jon D. Totz 




Front Row: Gene Boyd, Pat Tolar, T. Delano Womack, Robert F. Sexton, Charles Smaistrla. Bobby Roberson. Fred Haberle. Melvin L. Spence. 

Second Row: Menan Clyde Schriewer, Kenneth Hardcastle, James E. Davis, Delmer H. Sewell, Robert Wilkes, Herbert William Gray, Langford H. Sneed, 

Carl V. Aalund, William D. McLean. 

Third Row: Head Coach Ox Emerson, Backfield Coach Page, Kenneth Ear! Cook. Alton Davis Mitchell. Charles Machemehl. Donald Jones, George Robinson. 
n Paul Tatum. P 
ch Major Hagan. 



, . . , . 

Charles Brewer, John Paul Tatum. Pat Slater (manager), Robert Tucker, Bowen, John Fred Weir, William Carl Long. Jack Murchison. End Coach 
Fischer, Line Coach 



PACK 432 



T ASSOCIATION 




El' IH 




'/<;< R<>:t Andrews, Barton. Biesenbach. Bonham. Branch. 
Strand Rn:i: Brodnax. Bnmnhill. Dawson. Eckert. Eschrnhurgh. 
Third Ro;v: Golden, Gustafson, G. Ford Genthner, Georges. 
Fourth H'Ht: HarliiM. Harris. MoH, Hoyt. Initraham. 
Fitlh K:>:i: (). F. Jones. I J.mt-v Ka/rn. Kelley. Kelly. 
Stilh R;t . Lansfciid. Mr(,raw. Manttanielln. Mi.hr. Mom rief. 
\i;,nlh K:>:i : Moon. M,is,,-% Miller. Ochoa. I'arkinson. 
t.iphth ftn-.t: Penn. Peison. IVtro \ich. 1'ierson Pinkston. 
.Vmlli Hint: Pc.wrll I'rirc. Kavland. Reeder. Roherson. 
Trnlh R<f : Roers Rossrr. "unrlell. Saunders. Srallorn. 
EUventh Row: Scarborough, Shirley, Smith, Spring, Stolhandske. 
/flttti Kn;t: 'Ihoiuis. I iiiiitK.ns. lowers \\hite Wilev 

Tkhtinlh Rm: Wilson. 




Top :, : L. Black, M. Black, Browning, Carson. 
Second Ron 1 . Crawford. Fleming, F. Ford, Gerhardt. 
Third Row: McDonald, Milburn, Morgan, Polk. 
Fourth Row. T. Price. Rosen, Sowell. Studer. 
Fifth Row: Womack. 




John (Bunny) Andrews 

Don Reid Barton 

Randolph Biesenbach 

Leon Black 

Milton Black 

Bill Don Bonham 

Joseph Phillip Branch 

John Robert Brodnax 

Jim Gene Brownhill 

David G. Browning, Jr. 

Joe Stuart Carson 

John Dunlap Crawford 

Gilbert H. Dawson 

Travis Eckert 

Robert Lee Eschenburgh 

Gene Branch Fleming 

Gilbert Ford 

Richard Franklin Ford 

Charles Genthner 

Bill Georges 

Bernard E. Gerhardt 

Joe Bob Golden 

Clifford L. Gustafson 

Ken Harlow 

Bill Paul Harris 

Richard Harris 

Bill Barnes Hoff 

Thomas J. (Buddy) Hoyt 

Edward Lee Humphreys, III 

Hubert H. (Hub) Ingraham 

James (T) Carrol Jones 

Oscar Fred Jones, III 

Tony A. Kazen 

Edward C. Kelley 

Roy Ernest Kelly 

Edward Kneuper, Jr. 

Sherman Kuiser 

Alex John Lansford 

Bill Edward McDonald 

Don McGraw 

Louis Patrick Manganiello 

Carlton Massey 

Bill Milburn 

Don Kirby Miller 

Paul Mohr 

Robert T. Moncrief 

Howard Moon 

Cecil Anderson Morgan 



Julian Oates 

Richard Frank Ochoa 

Gene Oden 

Jimmy Dan Pace 

Claude Daniel Page 

James Pakenham 

David Paul Parkinson 

Billy Albert Penn 

Ralph Erd Person 

Charles Petrovich 

James D. Pierson 

F. Lee Pinkston 

Clifford Dale Polk 

Billy Paul Powell 

Glen Henry Price 

Ted Price 

Alphonso Ragland, III 

Bob R. Raley 

Hugh Reeder 

Bernard Reviere 

M. Richard Roberson 

Floyd Richmond Rogers, Jr. 

Tom Neil Rogers 

Jim Rosser 

C. A. Rundell, Jr. 

Joe Neal Runnels 

James LeRoy Saunders 

George Arnold Scaling 

Ben Gerald Scallorn 

Luther Taylor Scarborough 

Harley Edward Sewell 

Michael Shirley 

Dean Smith 

Charles (Sonny) Lee Sowell 

Ronald Spradlin 

Gilmer Spring 

Carl Thomas Stolhandske 

Stan Sawyer Studer 

Joe Henry Tanner 

Robert Stone Timmins 

Charles A. Thomas 

Robert Lindley Towery 

William Vails 

Bill M. White 

Joe Morris Wiley 

Wynant Stone Wilson 

Ray Orr Womack, Jr. 

Alberto Yriart 



PAGE 453 




SLUE HULL, Head Coach 




1953 BASKETBALL 

The Texas Longhorns opened the 1953 SWC cage season with a well-earned 55-48 upset 
victory over the TCU Horned Frogs, defending SWC champs, at Gregory Gym. 

Picked to finish fifth, sixth, or who knows? seventh, the Steers were determined to see 
that this prediction did not come true! 

The Longhorns kicked the lid off the cage season by edging the Oklahoma Sooners 48-47. 
The Longhorns continued the race with their next contest being with SMU on the Ponies 
home court 64-53. The Longhorns were pressed only once in the game and that occurred in 
the third quarter when SMU cut the lead to 40-35. To complicate matters, Saunders had 
fouled-out, Morgan had been out of play since the second period when he crashed into the 
wall and Powell had been shaken up on a rebound play. Texas, with only two starters in the 
game, held on until the latter two players were able to return to the game. 

A highly partisan Texas crowd saw a breath taking game in Gregory Gym with Texas 
being the victor over Arkansas 62-57. It was a see-saw battle all the way after Texas tied the 
score in the third quarter. 

The stubborn Cadets from Aggieland got in the hair of the Longhorns for the second 
time as they scored their second win of the season over Texas 51-42. This was the first loss 
in the SWC as compared with three victories. 

One of the most interesting games of the season was that of Baylor and Texas in which 
the Longhorns hustled to a 77-65 decision over Baylor to move into a three-way tie for the 
conference lead with Rice and TCU. 

You can't win if you can't hit from the field. Texas' fighting but erratic Longhorns 
learned that as they lost to a brilliant TCU quint, 68-50. Only four of 24 Texas field goal 
efforts were successful during the last period as TCU went on from a 30-29 halftime lead to 
make a run-away of the game. 

TCU won the Southwest Conference basketball championship for the second straight year. 

A gallant Texas crew reached the end of a long road before a large crowd on TCU 
home court. But in spite of its somber end, the trip was a success. 

The 18 point margin of victory over Texas was deceiving. It was as close as a game can 
get for nearly all of the first three periods, but in the final two minutes of the third, TCU 
tallied eight straight points while holding Texas scoreless and led, 43-38, moving into the 
final quarter. 



Leon Black 
Gib Ford 



George Gage 
Cecil Morgan 



MARSHALL HUGHES. Assistant Coach 



LETTERMEN 

Billy Powell 



George Scaling 
Bob Waggener 



RESERVE LETTERMEN 
Jim Magill 



Sam Bradshaw 
Joe Cortez 



Arthur Stewart 
Jim Richardson 



FRESHMAN NUMERALS 

John Schmid John Kuhn 

Wayman Buchanan Charley Howard 



Bill Warrick 
Jerry Kennamer 



Bill Cutbirth 
Jimmy Browning 



FRESHMAN MANAGERIAL AWARD 

Ray Frady 



SENIOR MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Jack Norris 




From Row kneeling left to right: Sam Bradshaw. George Gage. Cecil Morgan. George Scaling, Carroll Minor, Douglas Hart. Leon Black. 
Second Row standing: Head Coach Thurman (Slue) Hull. Coach Marshall Hughes, Fred Saunders, Bob Waggener, James Magill, Billy Powell, Arthur 
Stewart. Dimitri Vergun. James Richardson. Gilbert Ford, Joe Cortez, Jack Norris, Jerry Goldberg. 



PRE-CONFERENCE 

The Longhorns kicked the lid off the 1952-1953 cage season by edging Oklahoma University at Gregory Gym 
48-47. Although Texas led from the opening minutes of play, Coach Bruce Drake's Sooners closed the gap in the 
final period. The score was tied in the closing minutes of the game but a clutch performance by Billy Powell broke 
the ice and sent the Longhorns on to their initial win of the season. Powell was high with 12 while Gib Ford was a 
top Texas hand against the Sooners. 

Texas then entertained Colorado A&M but proved to be rude hosts in the minds of the Aggies as the Long- 
horns handed their Skyline opponents a 63-46 beating. Each Texas player saw action in this rough, foul-filled game 
which was highlighted by an unheard-of total of 45 personal fouls committed by the two squads. Powell hit for 17 
and George Scaling for 1 1 . 

An out-of-state trip for the Orange and White to Knoxville, Tennessee, proved to be the beginning of a Texas 
losing streak as the Horns dropped a 66-59 tilt to the University of Tennessee. Texas led for three quarters but folded 
under a Vol rally which was led by freshman center Carl Widseth and was aided by the fact that three of T. U.'s 
starters had fouled out of the game. 

The Longhorns losing streak continued when the team met the Vanderbilt Commodores December 20 at Nash- 
ville. The Commodores handed the Horns their worst defeat in modern history with a score of 84-66. Dan Finch 
led the Vandy scoring with 21 points, and Scaling had the highest Texas score with 15. 

The Sooners of OU successfully avenged an earlier loss to the Horns by taking the Dec. 22 game at Norman 
72-51. After a first -quarter exchange, OU held the lead from the second quarter on. The Sooners bucketed a 31.6 
average from the field, while UT players registered a 30.4 average. 

Later in the season, the Longhorns triumphed over the University of Houston Cougars in a non-conference 
benefit game for the March of Dimes. The score of 79-65 was the highest number of points tallied by the Horns to 
that date ( February 17). Though the game was close for the first quarter, the Texas team kept a comfortable lead 
after moving ahead. Billy Powell led the way with 21 points for the Longhorns and tied with Gary Shivers, 6'8" 
Houston center for high point man of the evening. 

Texas entered the Southwest Conference Tournament at Dallas with their hopes high and their chances good, 
but ended up as the disappointment of the tourney. Baylor dropped the Steers in the opening tilt while TCU did the 
same in the second game. Texas did manage to win their final game at the expense of the Texas Aggies. SMU 
emerged as the victor of the tournament. 



Texas vs. Rice 




PACE 455 




Texas vs. Arkansas 



TEXAS 55 TCU 48 

The Texas Longhorns opened the 1953 SWC cage season 
with a well-earned 55-48 upset victory over the TCU Horned 
Frogs, defending SWC champs at Gregory Gym. 

TCU opened the scoring but Texas hit three field goals and 
a free throw to take a 7-1 lead. The Frogs did not hit a field 
goal until midway in the first period. Texas held a 13-11 lead 
at the end of the initial stanza and a 25-23 margin at halftime. 

TCU tied the score for the only time during the game early 
in the third period, but the Steers forged ahead via successful 
field goals by Fred Saunders to take a 30-25 lead. The Frogs 
got within a 37-35 deficit but never closer. One reason for 
TCU's failure was the inability of their top scorer Henry Ohlen 
to live up to advanced notices. 

Coach Slue Hull, who used only six players in the game, had 
his boys start a ball control game with about eight minutes 
time remaining. During that time, Texas scored only one field 
goal but made nine successful free throws as TCU fouled nine 
times in an attempt to get possession of the ball. 

Billy Powell was the scoring ace of the evening with 18 
points. Fred Saunders hit for 11 and George Scaling for 10. 





BILLY POWELL 



GEORGE SCALLING 



TEXAS 64 SMU 53 

Texas grabbed a first quarter lead and held tight to it as they 
scored their second upset victory in as many games in South- 
west Conference play to defeat SMU on the Ponies' home 
court 64-53. 

Scaling's and Saunder's accurate shooting gave the Horns a 
22-13 first quarter lead. The Ponies rallied in the final three 
periods but never came within five points of Texas. 

The Longhorns were pressed onyl once in the contest and 
that occurred in the third quarter when SMU cut the lead to 
40-35. To complicate matters, Saunders had fouled out, Morgan 
had been out of play since the second period when he crashed 
into a wall, and Powell had been shaken up on a rebound play. 
Texas, with only two starters in the game, held on until the 
latter two players were able to return to the game. 

Scaling led all scorers with 22 points, 16 from field goals 
and eight from the free throw line. Saunders bucketed 12 while 
Black totaled 10. 



TEXAS 62 ARKANSAS 57 

A second half full-court press on the Razorbacks combined 
with some fine free throw shooting by the Steers proved to be 
the deciding factor as Texas chalked up a close but effective 
62-57 victory over Arkansas. 

A highly partisan Texas crowd saw Arkansas in command 
during the first two quarters, but in the third quarter the Long- 
horns took over as they began to administer their man-to-man 
defense from goal to goal. The big difference came in the free 
throw department as Texas sank 30 out of 51 while the Razor- 
backs were able to make only eleven out of 23. 

It was a see-saw battle all the way after Texas tied the score 
in the third quarter. Personal fouls by the Arkansas squad in 
the closing minute of play plus effective free throws iced the 
game for Texas. It was their third consecutive win in confer- 
ence play in as many starts. 

Lanky Fred Saunders was the big gun in the scoring depart- 
ment for the victors as he poured through 20 points. Scaling 
and Morgan were next in line with 12 apiece. 



PAGE 456 





Texas vs. Rice 



GIB FORD 



TEXAS 59 BAYLOR 60 

A spirited Texas team fought back after getting a slow start 
in the first half of play to come within one point of tying the 
Baylor Bears. The game itself wasn't decided until after the 
final buzzer had sounded. In the closing seconds of play George 
Scaling was fouled by a Baylor player and was awarded two 
free throws, which came after time had officially run out. The 
first attempt of Scaling was successful, but the second one 
rolled around the hoop and out again. The final score read 
Texas 59, Baylor 60. 

It was a nip-and-tuck first quarter with the Bears leading by 
one point. In the second quarter the Texas squad hit a scoring 
slump which enabled Baylor to take a 37-28 lead at halftime. 

Little Leon Black, playing one of his greatest games for 
Texas, kept his team in constant contention as he bucketed 20 
points. Gib Ford returned to the lineup, after a six-week layoff 
due to a broken hand, and promptly scored 12 points, also con- 
tributing to the Texas cause with valuable rebound work. 

The Bears were hot on their free throws which in the end 
meant the difference between victory and defeat. They hit 24 
points while Texas managed to get but 19. The field goals were 
about even as the Longhorns hit for two more than their 
opponents. 

Big Jawn Starkey was high man for Baylor with 25 points 
while Murray Bailey helped his team to retake the lead in the 
SWC with his 17 points. 



TEXAS 58 RICE 46 

Slue Hull's Steers mixed some timely shooting and a great 
defense to put a damper on the Rice Owls 58-46, winning their 
fifth straight game at Gregory Gym this season. The victory 
put Texas in a tie for second place in Southwest Conference 
standing. 

It was the combined talents of Billy Powell, Fred Saunders, 
and Bob Waggener that held the Rice scoring ace Gene 
Schwinger to a mere 12 points his worst record for one game 
this season. 

Rice took an early lead but the Longhorns found the basket 
late in the first quarter to take a 14-13 lead at the end of that 
period. From then on it was Texas' game as they increased the 
lead to 25-19 at halftime and 39-32 at the end of the third 
quarter. 

Neither team did exceptionally well on its shooting. Rice 
sank 13 out of 42 field attempts, Texas 15 out of 50. The 
Steers hit 28 points from the free throw line, the Owls got 20. 

Texan George Scaling was high-point man with 18 whili- 
Gib Ford gave one of his best performances, bucketing 17 
points and controlling 15 rebounds. 



TEXAS 42 TEXAS A&M 51 

The stubborn Cadets from Aggieland got in the hair of the 
Longhorns once more this season as they scored their second 
win of the season over Texas 51-42. This was the first loss in 
SWC play as compared with three victories, and put the Horns 
in a tie for first place with Rice. 

The Steers were never able to catch the rebounding Aggies 
who took an early first quarter lead and never once gave it up. 
The half time score read: Texas 16, A&M 24. 

The big difference in the game came in the field goal depart- 
ment. The Longhorns bucketed 10 while the Cadets were able 
to put through 15. Texas led 22-21 in free throws. 

Cecil Morgan, George Scaling, and Fred Saunders shared 
high point honors for Texas with 10 points apiece, but Aggie 
Rod Pirtle topped the evening's scorers with 17. 




CECIL MORGAN 



Pot 457 




Texas vs. A&M 



TEXAS 68 TEXAS A&M 49 

Texas fought its way back to leadership in the hectic South- 
west Conference race as they clobbered their "cousins" the 
Texas Aggies 68-49 before a highly partisan Gregory Gym 
crowd. It was the 19th straight victory for the Steers over the 
Aggies. 

This victory combined with last-place SMU's win over for- 
mer league-leader Baylor gave the Horns a half game lead in 
front of other Conference teams. 

The ball control antics of the Cadets didn't work on the 
Steers as Texas was out to avenge a 51-42 loss handed them 
earlier in the season at College Station. The field goal shooting 
of Texas was exceptionally good as they bucketed 24 out of 51 
attempts for a 47 percent average. 

Billy Powell led T. U.'s scorers with 17 points after being 
benched for the first 14 minutes of play. It was his efforts that 
helped Texas to increase its lead to 33-24 at halftime. 

One of the game's highlights came in the final quarter when 
Texas gave its version of the "freeze." The Steers started the 
ball control but the Aggies refused to come after it. Cecil 
Morgan stood near mid-court with the ball for three minutes 
while the Aggies waited under the basket . . . and kept waiting. 





FRED SAUNDERS 



TEXAS 70 ARKANSAS 65 

Texas' sharpshooters were too much for the Arkansas Razor- 
backs as Slue Hull's boys downed the Hogs for the second time 
this season 70-65. It was the third straight Conference win for 
the Steers. 

A last quarter rally by Arkansas cut the lead to 63-61. How- 
ever, timely free throws by the Steers kept the Hogs from 
advancing further. 

The Longhorns took an early lead and increased it to 33-28 
at halftime. The lead was advanced to 56-45 at the end of the 
third quarter. 

George Scaling sparked the Texas attack with 18 points. 
Billy Powell broke into the starting lineup again and made 16 
buckets for the Orange and White. 



TEXAS 80 SMU 52 

Scoring their highest total since 1950 and vaulting back into 
the Southwest Conference lead, the Longhorns trounced the 
SMU Ponies for the second straight time this season 80-52. It 
was U. T.'s game all the way as they held a 19-6 lead before 
the Ponies were able to hit a field goal. 

Slue Hull's boys were red hot on their field goal shooting as 
they bucketed 50 percent of their attempts, while SMU finished 
with 18 out of 68 for a poor 26 percent. Both teams missed 
about the same number of free throws: Texas hit 22 out of 37 
and the Ponies got 16 out of 30. 

Billy Powell continued his scoring spree as he led Texas 
scorers with 19 points. Fred Saunders, who scored eleven points 
in less than the first six minutes of play, and George Scaling 
were runner-ups with 13 digits apiece. 



BOB WAGGENER 



PAGE 438 





LEON BLACK 



TEXAS 77 BAYLOR 65 

Led by the dazzling shooting of George Scaling, the Texas 
Longhorns threw the Southwest Conference race into a three- 
way tie with an impressive 77-56 victory over the Baylor Bears. 
Rice and TCU were the two other conference leaders. 

Scaling sparked the Horns' offense with the finest field goal 
shooting witnessed this season from a Longhorn player. He hit 
eight out of nine attempts from the field and added another 
nine points from the free throw line for a 25 point total, the 
highest for any Texas eager this season. 

Texas took the lead midway in the initial stanza and never 
lost it during the remainder of the game. The Horns led 19-15, 
39-29, and 58-52 at the close of the first three quarters. The 
Bears constantly threatened to catch Texas, but they never got 
closer than five points as the Orange and White went on to 
finish undefeated in Gregory Gym this season. 

Fred Saunders Bucketed 12 points while Billy Powell and 
Leon Black each got 1 1 . 



Texas vs. Baylor 



TEXAS 56 RICE 61 

The Rice Owls led by lanky Gene Schwinger got revenge on 
the Longhorns for an earlier defeat this season as they knocked 
Texas into a tie for second place in the conference race with 
a 61-56 victory. The game was a see-saw battle until late in 
the third quarter when Fred Saunders and Bob Waggener (the 
height in the Texas lineup) fouled out. 

The score was 15-15 at the close of the first quarter. The 
Owls managed to forge ahead during the second period but the 
Horns trimmed their opponents' lead to 32-31 at halftime. 

During that torrid third quarter the lead changed hands 
eight times before Rice wound up leading 45-44 as the final 
ten minutes began. After that Schwinger and company took 
over to ice the game for the Owls: 12 of his 22 points came 
after Saunders and Waggener fouled out. 

George Saunders led the TU scorers with 16 digits. Leon 
Black returned to the lineup after being sidelined by an injury 
received in the University of Houston game. 



TEXAS 50 TCU 68 

The race for the Southwest Conference championship went 
down to the wire but the Longhorns just couldn't seem to 
make it. Coupled with SMU's upset victory over Rice and 
their own 68-50 triumph over Texas, TCU captured the 
Southwest Conference basketball championship for the second 
straight year. 

Thr Longhorns, picked in early season predictions to finish 
very low, fought gamely for three quarters but couldn't keep 
up with the high-flying Froggies. TCU led 30-29 at halftime. 
It was close for three quarters; however, the Froggies hit eight 
straight points at the close of the third quarter to pull away 
from Texas. The second half proved too much for the Horns 
as they failed to hit from the field. TCU, on the other hand, 
hit for a 50 percent average during that same time. 

George Scaling contributed 15 points for Texas, placing the 
Longhorns in a tie for second place with Rice. 




GEORGE GAGE 



PACE 459 



1953 SWIMMING 

The 1953 swimming season got off to a good start at the SWC Relays at 
Waco, and the Longhorns finished a strong second to SMU in the competition. 
The winning SMU squad edged Texas 70-68. Texas gained ground in the 
700-yards distance medley (time 8:04.2) and the double medley relays (time 
6:36.2) Bobby Brodnax topped all individual divers with 78 /a points, as the 
Longhorn divers took the event with 150 points. 

Back in Austin, the team took first place in every event in competition with 
Baylor, to win the meet 50-18. The freshman team gave the Baylor frosh a 
47-18 beating. 

Texas A&M took a double loss from the Longhorns also, as the varsity took 
the Aggie tankmen 60-24, and the Yearlings whipped the Fish 44-31. Texas 
took first place in seven of the ten events. Alberto Yriart stood out for the 
Longhorns, winning the 220 and 440 freestyle events. All-American diver Bobby 
Brodnax won the 3-meter diving ; teammate Dick Giles was second. 

At Natchitoches, Louisiana, the Texas tankmen tied the Northwestern 
Louisiana Institute 42-42, March 6. 

SMU's talented swimmers beat Texas 52-32 for their second win over the 
Longhorns in the season. SMU took seven of ten first places and set a con- 
ference record in the 200-yard backstroke. Brodnax, Yriart, and McMillion 
took firsts for Texas. 

Oklahoma's Sooners smashed the Horns in a dual meet 53-31, breaking a 
jinx (that OU had never beaten the Longhorns in the Gregory Gym pool) and 
also breaking four Southwest Conference records. Graham Johnston set new 
marks in the 220 and 440-yard freestyle events, Clarke Mitchell won the 200- 
yard backstroke, and the Sooner 330-yard medley relay team set another record. 
Brodnax and Fonse Ragland were standouts for UT, taking the 3-meter diving 
and 200-yard breaststroke events respectively. 

^ The SMU Mustangs once again exhibited their power at the Southwest 
Conference meet in Houston. They took the championship from the defending 
Longhorns 141-111. A&M came in third with 72 points. The scoring was close 
until the final day of the three-day meet. Texas held an early lead of 18-4 
over the favored Mustangs, and at the start of the final day the Steers and 
th Mustangs were tied 66-66. Longhorn Charlton Hadden set a new 1500- 
meter freestyle record of 20:00.8. Yriart, defending champion in the 1500 
was second to Hadden, while team captain Eddie Humphreys came in third. 
The Mustangs sparkled in the sprints, backstroke and breaststroke events. 

Brodnax took third place in 3-meter diving at the NCAA swim meet March 
28 at Columbus, Ohio. 




HENRY WILSON CHAPMAN, Coach 




Front Row: Dick Giles, Bob Brodnax, Roger Ayres. 

Second Ruiv: Jerry Cnpeland, Bill Jobes, Hiram Johnson, Tommy Flanders, Alberto Yriart, Fonse Ra^land. 

Third Row: Bob limmins, Les Giddens, Jim Swearinsen, Eddie Humphries. Captain, Lou Manganiello, John Kinney. 

FOHTtk Row: Bill Hoff, Charlton Hadden, John Lowry, Buddy Hoyt, Arthur Batson, Roland Peters, Jay Wade, Marvin Rich. Manager. 



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MILTON BLACK 




THOMAS (BUDDY) HOYT 




SWIMMING 



LETTERMEN 

Robert Timmins 
Bobby Brodnax 

Edward Humphreys 
Alberto Yriart 

Charlie Hadden 

Thomas (Buddy) Hoyt 
Alphonse Ragland 
Bill Hoff 

Milton Black 



QUALIFIED LETTERMEN 

Roger Ayers 

Leslie W. Giddens 

Thomas Johnson 

Arthur Batson 



QUALIFIED T MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Marvin Rich 




ROBERT TIMMINS 




ALPHONSE RAGLAND 




CHARLIE HADDEN 




\ 



BILL HOFF 



BOBBY BRODNAX 



II)\V\RD HUMPHREYS 



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BIBB FALK, Head Coach 
LETTERMEN 



Randolph Biesenbach Paul C. Mohr 



Travis A. Eckert 
John Roland Jones 
Roy Ernest Kelly 
Boyd Linker 



Walter E. Oden 
Jimmy Dan Pace 
Jessie L. Smith 
Thomas M. Snow 



Ronald E. Spradlin 
Buddy Bob Stevenson 
Robert L. Towery 
Martin Wiginton 



RESERVE LETTERMEN 

Frank Edgar Brock Donald I. Reifler Conrad P. Werkenthin 



1953 BASEBALL 

N.C.A.A. FINALISTS 

The Longhorns came close to winning the National Collegiate Baseball 
Championship a third time but were defeated in the finals by the University of 
Michigan. Texas gained the right to compete in the Nationals by defeating 
Arizona in a regional play-off. Texas won the first game, Arizona the second, 
and Texas the third. The Longhorns won their opening game in the National 
meet in Omaha by defeating Duke 2-1. Texas then defeated Lafayette 7-3. 
Michigan defeated Texas 12-5 but Texas came back the next night to defeat 
Michigan. The Longhorns won over Lafayette for the second time, 13-3, to go 
into the finals with Michigan. Michigan won 7-5 but Texas' J. L. Smith was 
named the most valuable player in the tournament. Smith worked as relief 
pitcher in five of Texas' six games. He pitched 14% innings, finally being 
touched for his first earned run of the tournament in his first inning in the 
final game. 

SEASON SUMMARY 

Erratic at times, brilliant otherwise, the 1953 Texas batmen came from 
behind to share the baseball title with SMU in a race clogged with upsets, 
surprises, and screwy baseball. 

Launching their season with five impressive triumphs against Baylor, Min- 
nesota, and Sam Houston State in non-conference tilts, the Longhorns were 
edged by mighty Oklahoma in their sixth outing 3-1. This ended Steer Boyd 
Linker's record of 19 pitched innings without a run scored. 

Texas roared back the next day to punish the Sooners for their narrow 
victory, crushing the Oklahomans with big bats, 18-8. Four Sooner pitchers 
couldn't control the 15 hits garnered by the Longhorns. 

Boyd Linker and company blanked the Texas Aggies, 9-0, for the Univer- 
sity's initial conference triumph. The even dozen hits included a triple by Roy 
Kelly and doubles by Linker and second baseman Buddy Stevenson. 

Stubborn Rice held Texas to a 2-2 tie, in a game that was called after 15 
innings because of darkness. Baylor was next in line for the Orange and White 
batmen as they edged the Bears, 6-5. 

Wins over SMU, Rice, and TCU left Texas still behind the Conference 
leader, SMU. Losses to Baylor and SMU had shoved the Longhorns out of 
first place. 

In the last week of the season, Texas had only to beat Rice thrice to be 
assured of part of the Conference crown. Winning the first and second games 
handily, the Owls bounced Texas 4-2, in the third encounter. 

Two quick triumphs over Texas A&M gave Texas the 1953 co-champion- 
ship with SMU. 

SENIOR MANAGERIAL AWARD 

Thomas J. Yium 

JUNIOR MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Clinton L. Houy 




Front Row: Robert Towery, Randolph Biesenbach, Jessie Smith, Travis Eckert . John Roland Jones, Boyd Linker, Ronald Spradlin, Jimmy Dan Pace. 
Back Row: Coach Falk, Buddy Stevenson, Clinton Houy, Paul Mohr, Martin Wiginton, Thomas Snow. 



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NON-CONFERENCE GAMES 



TEXAS 10 BAYLOR 5 

The Texas Longhorns opened their 1953 baseball pre-ronference season 
with a 10-1 victory over the Baylor Bears at Waco. 

Texas chased across three quick runs in the first inning on a walk, an 
error, a hit batsman and Paul Mohr's solid single to center. The Longhorns 
added one in the fourth, then put it on ice in the eighth when Gene Oden 
doubled home Travis Eckert, and relief pitcher Frank Brock slammed a 
three-run homer. 

Gene Oden got two doubles and a single to lead the Texas attack 
during the afternoon. 

TEXAS 25 BAYLOR 7 

The Longhorns slammed the Baylor Bears with six home nans, six 
doubles, and better than a dozen singles in the home opener March 21 
at Clark Field. Every Longhorn who went to bat got at least one hit and 
one run, and work in the field and on the basepaths was good considering 
it was the second game of the year. 

Boyd Linker worked five innings for the Steers, fanning eight, and 
shutting the Bears out on three hits and one walk. By the fifth inning Baylor 
was straining under a 15-0 deficit. Clint Irby followed Linker in the sixth. 
The scores of both teams rose, but the Bears never came near the hard- 
hitting Steers. By the eighth, the Longhorns led, 23-5, and finished off the 
afternoon with a tally of 25-7. 

TEXAS 8 MINNESOTA 6 

The Longhorns slugged their way to an 8-6 victory over the Golden 
Gophers of Minnesota in the third consecutive victory of the season. 

The Steers' batting attack one homer by Travis Eckert, two triples, and 
three doubles meant the difference. But it wasn't an easy victory. The 
Steers had to recover a 4-0 deficit in the third frame. 

The Longhorn defense was shaky, adding up five errors during the 
afternoon, but the batting power more than made up for the miscues in 
the late innings. 

TEXAS 7 MINNESOTA 6 

In a comedy of errors, the erratic Longhorns checked a late Minnesota 
rally to add a 7-6 victory to their undefeated record. The Steers combined 
sparkling field play and a total of eight errors, then had to depend on 
Minnesota errors for an unearned run in the eighth inning for the victory. 

Frank Brock, the middleman in a trio of Steer hurlers, worked 4-y-j 
innings and was credited with his first victory of the season. 

TEXAS 6 SAM HOUSTON STATE 5 

The Texas Longhorns edged the Sam Houston State nine, 6-5, with 
a dramatic four-run ninth inning at Clark Field. 

The Steers went into the bottom of the last inning of play and scored 
once before shortstop Gene Oden came through with a three-run double 
to end the game. J. L. Smith, the third Texas pitcher in the game, hurled 
hitless and runless ball the last 2% innings to gain credit for the victory. 

TEXAS 1 OKLAHOMA 3 

The Texas Longhorns received their first defeat in eight games at the 
hands of the Oklahoma Sooners, 1-3, at Clark Field. 

O. U. sophomore pitcher Mac Sanders was especially responsible for 
the downfall of the Steers. He was pitching four-hit ball (two coming in 
the ninth inning), and Texas ace Boyd Linker was suffering from a loss 
of control that ended his record of 19 innings without a run. 

Except for a shaky start in the first inning, and one of Texas' famed 
"ninth-inning rallies," Sanders had the Steers' number all day. 

TEXAS 18 OKLAHOMA 8 

In a compete reversal of the previous day's game, the Longhorns roared 
over the Sooners, 18-8. to avenge their first loss of the season. 

Oklahoma Coach Jack Baer sent four pitchers to the mound in an 
fll'ort to hold down the Steers, but in all, the Sooner pitchers walked a total 
of fifteen men. hit two more, and had two more wild pitches charged 
,iunm-t them. 

The Longhorns combined all this with fifteen hits, including doubles 
by Tommy Snow and Gene Oden, to win easily. 




JIMMY DAN PACE 




RANDY BIESENBACH 




HOME RUN! 



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CONFERENCE GAMES 



TEXAS 9 



A&M 



Good throw! 



In the first Conference game of the season, the 
Longhorns convinced the Aggies that they should never 
have left the farm. Steer pitching ace Boyd Linker 
showed his stuff, and held the Farmers to a two-hit 
loss. 

His teammates backed him up with a 12-hit attack, 
and for a change, played perfect ball afield. The Long- 
horns showed up well defensively in spite of a strong 
wind that played tricks with the ball. 

The game was "no contest" from the second inning, 
when Texas combined three hits (including a double 
by Linker), a walk, and and an error to take a lead 
that was never disputed. 




ROLAND JONES 




TEXAS 2 RICE 2 

The Horns were held to a 2-2 tie with the Rice Owls at Houston in a 15-inning 
game that was finally called because of darkness. 

Bobby Leggett, a junior righthander for the Owls, attempted ah iron-man 
feat, pitching the entire 15 innings. He held the Longhorns to just seven hits in 
that time. 

The game was completely re-played later in the season. 

TEXAS 6 BAYLOR 5 

Texas won the first of many "big" Southwest Conference baseball games by 
beating the Baylor Bears, 6-5, at Waco. The game wasn't decided until the ninth 
inning when, with one out, Ronald Spradlin scored the Steers' winning run on a 
fly ball to the outfield. Texas started off fast, loading the bases with one out in the 
first. The Steers' lead dwindled, however, when the Bears scored three in the third. 
Tommy Snow and Roy Kelly each got three hits to lead the Longhorns' 15-hit 
attack on Baylor pitcher Milt Isenberg. 



TEXAS 9 



BAYLOR 10 



BUDDY STEVENSON 



The baseball man's nightmare the base on balls proved fatal to Texas' 
unbeaten Southwest Conference record, as the Baylor Bears took the Longhorns, 
10-9, at Waco. 

Seven walks, combined with five hits, gave Baylor nine runs in the first inning, 
a lead the Bears didn't quite relinquish as they edged Bibb Falk's Longhorns. The 
highly partisan crowd at Katy Field applauded the vain attempt of the three 
Texas pitchers during the forty-minute-long first inning, during which 15 men batted. 

Roland Jones, Frank Brock, and Martin Wiginton formed the first-inning 
Longhorn parade to the mound. Jones, who had been unbeaten going into the 
game, was charged with the first eight runs in the 2/3 of an inning he worked. 

TEXAS 3 SMU 12 

SMU's perfect combination of tight pitching and great hitting succeeded in 
defeating the Longhorns, 12-3, and breaking a 16-year jinx for the Mustangs at 
Clark Field. 

Hollis Morton, who defeated the Steers last year in Dallas, gave up seven 
scattered hits in going the route. He retired fourteen straight batters from the second 
inning until the seventh, before Paul Mohr hit a 365-foot double off the right 
centerfield fence. 



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TEXAS 10 SMU 9 

Using twenty-four players in the 12 innings of play, 
Coach Falk masterminded his Longhorns to a 10-9 
victory over SMU. The Longhorns had to do it the 
hard way, coming from behind twice to stay in the 
game. 

Going into the bottom of the ninth, the Mustangs 
held an 8-3 advantage over the Steers but Texas rallied 
to tie it up, and held the Ponies scoreless until the 
12th when another run put the Mustangs ahead, 9-8. 
But some breathless last-minute play by the Steers 
brought the score to 10-9. 



TEXAS 15 TCU 1 

Sophomore righthander Boyd Linker set down TCU 
on six hits as the Longhorns walloped the Horned 
Frogs, 15-1, at Clark Field. He struck out ten and 
walked three for his best performance since he shut 
out the Aggies in the Steers' first conference game of 
the season. * *i 



While Linker kept batters swinging at the bad ones, first baseman Paul Mohr 
paced the Longhorns' 14-hit attack on three TCU pitchers with three hits and 
five runs batted in. Two of Mohr's hits were his fifth and sixth doubles of the 
season. The top of the batting order Jimmy Dan Pace, Tommy Snow, Roy Kelly, 
and Travis Eckert all had two hits each for the afternoon's work. 



TEXAS 14 BAYLOR 11 

Travis Eckert's booming bat whacked the Longhorns to a wild 14-11 triumph 
over Baylor at Clark Field. 

Eckert, the Steer centerfielder, blasted out five hits in six times at bat a 
two-run triple that scored the winning runs in the eighth, a grand slam home run, 
another triple, and two singles. He batted in six runs, scored three himself, and 
to show his versatility contributed the outstanding fielding play of the day a sliding 
catch of Harry Davis' sinking liner to center in the eighth. 

Boyd Linker's first pitch was wild, but typical of a game that produced five 
errors, fifteen walks, two wild pitches, one balk, and finally victory for the Longhorns. 



TEXAS 12 TCU 5 

Texas took TCU 12-5 with eight of the 17 total runs unearned. 

Boyd Linker went all the way for the Longhorns, and was never in serious 
trouble after the third inning. He allowed eleven hits. 

The Longhorns hit Frog starter Eric Miller quickly, picking up two runs in 
the first inning, and going on to win with comparable ease. 




TEXAS 7 



TCU 4 



Texas rallied for three runs in the eighth inning to beat TCU, 7-4. Eckert's long 
triple to right center field made a bit of TCU strategy completely backfire. With 
Jimmy Dan Pace on second and one away, TCU elected to walk right-fielder Roy 
Kelly intentionally, to set up a double play situation. 

Eckert, who had gone out easily in his first four appearances at bat, immediately 
broke up the game with his long line drive. He, too, scored a moment later with 
Texas' final run. 



A hit? 




ROY KELLY 




RONALD SI'RADLIN 



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WALTER ODEN 



BOYD LINDER 





MARTIN WIGINTON 



TRAVIS ECKERT 




TEXAS 8 SMU 5 

The Texas Longhorns racked SMU 8-5 
in the all-important SWC game for the 
Steers, with Boyd Linker pitching the out- 
standing game of his varsity career. 

Linker limited SMU to one hit and 
one unearned run in the seven-plus innings 
he worked, striking out 12 of the hard- 
hitting Ponies. 

After Martin Wiginton relieved Linker 
in the eighth inning, the Ponies scored 
their first run on an error by catcher 
Randy Biesenbach. SMU worked over 
Wiginton and J. L. Smith for four runs 
in the ninth, before Roland Jones strode 
in to retire catcher Verde Dickey with 
the tying runs on base. 

Linker and his successors generally had 
the heart of the powerful SMU batting 
order in their pocket. The second, third, 
fourth, and fifth SMU batters struck out 
13 times in 18 official times at bat. 



TEXAS 7 
TEXAS 12 



RICE 2 
RICE 2 



Texas Longhorn batters backed twin 
four-hit pitching jobs by Roland Jones 
and Martin Wiginton with 20 hits to win 
decisive 7-2 and 12-2 victories over the 
Rice Owls in an error-filled doubleheader 
at Clark Field. 

Paul Mohr walloped two long home 
runs to pace the Steer batters. Seventeen 
errors, nine by Texas and eight by Rice, 
were committed in the long four hour 
and twenty-seven minute doubleheader. 

Jones was never better as he struck out 
twelve men, walked four, and allowed 
only four singles. 



Out! 



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TEXAS 2 RICE 4 

The Rice Owls, who hadn't won a 
Southwest Conference baseball game in 
Austin for 23 years, took one from the 
Longhoms 4-2, that left the Steers a full 
game behind SMU in the Conference 
standings. 

For eight of the nine innings, Texas 
played championship caliber baseball, but 
the Longhorns faltered long enough to 
allow Rice to push across three eight- 
inning runs. 

Two errors and three hits including a 
left-field triple by third-baseman Tommy 
Reckling were the factors the Owls em- 
ployed in rallying from a 2-1 deficit to 
take a 4-2 lead, which stood up the rest 
of the way. 



TEXAS 1 
TEXAS 4 



A&M 
A&M 1 



The Longhorns swept the final double- 
header from the Aggies, 1-0, and 4-1, to 
take a share of the Southwest Conference 
baseball championship and a berth in the 
NCAA against Arizona. 

Boyd Linker whitewashed the Aggies for 
the second time this season and gave up 
only two hits again. He allowed only four 
hits and no runs in 16 innings against the 
Aggies during the season and demon- 
strated why he was named on the all- 
Southwest Conference team this season. 

In the second game, Roland Jones, a 
native of College Station, showed the 
home town terrific, pitching. He allowed 
five hits and walked seven, with a one- 
pitch assist from J. L. Smith in the bottom 
of the ninth. He left 1 1 runners stranded. 
Despite rain which fell for seven days both 
teams turned in excellent fielding play. 
Oden, Pace, Jones and the outfielders all 
looked sharp for the Longhorns. 




JESSIE SMITH 





ROBERT TOWERY 



THOMAS SNOW 




The Texas dug-out 



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COACH CLYDE LITTLEFIELD AND CAPTAIN GERALD SCALLORN 



1953 TRACK 



Once again the Texas Aggies copped top track honors by win- 
ning the Southwest Conference track championship for 1953. 

The Aggies piled up a score of 104 points, with the Longhorns 
making 76 3/5 to take second place. SMU was third with 33 1/5, 
followed by Arkansas with 19, Rice with 17, Baylor with 10 1/5, 
and TCU, with 10. 



LETTERMEN 



James F. Babb 
Charles R. Billings 
James D. Carlton 
Joe Stuart Carson 
Robert Lee Carson 
Wayne Edward Delaney 
Richard T. Foerster 
Glenn F. Hoffman 



Louis V. Hall 
Don J. Neighbors 
Tom Neil Rogers 
James G. Samuelson 
Ben Gerald Scallorn 
Elbert R. Spence 
Charles A. Thomas 



RESERVE LETTERMEN 



Harold Glenn Adams 
Walter P. Armstrong 
Jim G. Brownhill 
David Shelley Dale 
Edward Clemens Kelley 



Demmie G. Mayfield 
David P. Parkinson 
Robert A. Rowland 
William M. Turner 



SENIOR MANAGERIAL AWARD 
W. Payne Roye 

SOPHOMORE MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Kenneth D. Dabbs 



i 




Front Row: Pat Hall, Bill Turner, Tom Rogers, Robert Carson, Gerald Scallorn, Joe Carson, Glenn Hoffman. 

Second Row: Coach Littlefield, Jim Samuelson, Demmie Mayfield, Elbert Spence, Harold Adams, Don Neighbors, Froggy Lovlorn, Assistant Coach. 

Third Row: Wayne Delaney, Bob Billings, Dick Foerster, Jim Babb, David Dale, Charles Thomas, Jim Carlton. 



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GERALD SCALLORN' 



DUAL AND TRIANGULAR 
MEETS 



The Texas Aggies downed the Longhorns 
and the University of Houston in the 
Horn's first meet of the season March 7 
at College Station. However, Texas star 
Charley Thomas won individual honors 
by taking three first places and running 
a leg of the sprint relay, for 16-25 points. 
A&M finished with 86.5 points, Texas with 
56.5 and Houston with 27. 

The Aggies again defeated the Steers at 
Corpus Christi April 3 in a dual meet. 
Charley Thomas was absent, and A&M's 
Darrow Hooper set two new meet records. 
Gerald Scallorn of Texas won the high 
and low hurdles, placing third in the 220- 
yard dash. One of the meet's biggest up- 
sets was the defeat of A&M's mile relay 
team by the Horns in the comparatively 
slow time of 3:27.5. The final scores were 
A&M, 98 1/3, Texas 46 2/3. 

On April 11, the Longhorns scored an impressive victory over SMU and Baylor in a 3-way 
track and field battle at Waco. Texas won easily with 84/2 points, SMU scored 60, and Baylor 
trailed with 25 l /i. The Longhorn victory was expected but the over-all quality displayed in 
winning surprised nearly everyone. Charley Thomas and Gerald Scallorn led the way as Texas 
scored its expected grandslam in the sprints and hurdles. More important, with respect to the 
future SWC meet, were the impressive showings in the pole vault, high jump, and distance 
events. Glenn Hoffman slipped over the bar at 13-4 in the pole vault, and Bob Billings took 
the high jump with a leap of 6-5. Texas also scored a sweep of the distance events on the fine 
work of two sophomores, Dick Foerster and Don Neighbors, and Elbert Spence, a junior. 

After a surprising loss to Rice in the first race (the 440 relay) Texas went on to whip the 
Rice Owls 89-49 in a dual meet at Houston May 2. Texas runners took the day's toughest 
races the 880 and the mile. Longhorn Dick Foerster was clocked at 1 : 55.0 in the 880. Tom 
Rogers was third but still impressive as he finished 3 yards behind Davis of Rice. In the mile 
run, Don Neighbors was first in 4:23.9 with Rice's Winston second and Longhorn Elbert Spence 
third. Charley Thomas took the 220, and a new Texas quartet composed of James Babb, 
Robert Carson, Foerster and Jim Carlton whipped Rice by 20 yards in the mile relay, in 3:21.0. 

Texas made its strongest bid against the Aggies at Memorial Stadium May 7, but it wasn't 
enough, as Texas, A&M, and Rice met in a triangular meet. The Aggies showed 86 points, 
while the Longhorns had 66, and Rice finished third with 15. As usual, A&M rode a near- 
sweep of the field events to victory. The Aggies grabbed 49 points in the field while Texas 
could manager only 13. But the Longhorns had a much better day on the track. They scored 
expected victories in the sprints and high hurdles, then added two impressive wins in the dis- 
tances, where the Aggies once ruled supreme. Gerald Scallorn, Robert Carson, Pat Hall, and 
Charley Thomas took the 440 relay in 41.5 for their best race of the year. Thomas, the meet's 
top scorer with 13J4 points, enjoyed one of his best days in the sprints, beating the 100 field 
in 9.6 and winning the 220 in an effortless 20.9. 




JOE CARSON 




CHARLES THOMAS 





CHARLES R. BILLINGS 



WAYNE DELANEY 



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JAMES BABB 




ROBERT CARSON 




DON NEIGHBORS 




BORDER OLYMPICS 

Texas trailed in the cinder dust of 
Texas A&M in the colorful Laredo 
Border Olympics, March 14. As the 
Farmers were garnering a dazzling 59 
points, the Orange and White earned 
44 to cop second place. Oklahoma 
A&M was third with 38/ 2 - Sprinter 
Charley Thomas of Texas flashed to 
the 100-yard dash title with a good 
9.7. Thomas was high point of the 
university class with 14J4- Other 
Texas winners included Gerald Seal- 
lorn, 120-yard high hurdles with a 
winning time of 14.9; Charles Billings 
and Wayne Delaney, tying for first in 
the high jump with six feet, / 2 inch; 
James Baker, 440-yard dash, with a 
fast time of 48.3. 

Thomas sprinted home in the 220-yard dash to win in 20.6, and anchored the 
winning 440 sprint relay team. Out of the first thirteen events in the university and 
college divisions, five records were set and one other tied, with Darrow Hooper of 
Texas A&M throwing the shot 54 feet 3)4 inches for one university mark and Fredrik 
Eckkoff of Oklahoma A&M running the mile in 4: 16.5 for another. 



WEST TEXAS RELAYS 

Texas took advantage of being in a track meet without competing against A&M 
in the West Texas Relays, as they flashed home with 38 points and the championship. 
It was the fourth straight West Texas title for the Longhorns. 

A fleet University of Houston combo edged the Longhorns in the 440 and 880- 
yard relays to make the Cougars the only close contenders with 26 points. Baylor had 
1 1 points, SMU 7, and TCU and Texas Tech 3 each. 

Texas cashed in on first places in the 120-yard high hurdles (Gerald Scallorn), 
and the 100-yard dash (Charley Thomas) as well as the high jump won by Bob 
Billing who registered his best jump of the season, 6-4 and the sprint medley com- 
posed of James Babb, Scallorn, Bruce Miller, and Tom Rogers. 



KANSAS RELAYS 

Texas managed to win five places in the Olympic-dominated 
Kansas Relays April 18. Texas earned third in the 440-yard sprint 
relay; second in the University two-mile relay; second in the high 
jump; and fourth in the 880-yard relay. Charles Thomas ran fourth 
in the 100-yard dash. 

Aggie Darrow Hooper won both the shot put and the discus for 
the third straight year, and was voted the most outstanding per- 
former by press and radio men. 



DRAKE RELAYS 

Shot-putter Darrow Hooper of Texas A&M shattered a 19-year- 
old met record and Illinois took over team laurels in the Drake 
Relays at Des Moines, April 24 and 25. Charles Thomas of Texas 
took second in the 100-yard dash, behind Kansas State's Thane 
Baker. 

Hooper emerged as the meet's only double winner, taking the 
discus on the first day of the meet with a flip of 164 feet, 7'/s inches. 
Illinois produced three relay winners and three individual cham- 
pions to steal the spotlight from a Georgetown-Kansas feud which 
fizzled. The meet had its 25-event program hard hit by persistent 
rain, although a closing crowd of 7000 sat out the events. 



PACK 470 



TEXAS RELAYS 



Texas A&M once again grabbed the meet crown while Texas was a surprising 
runner-up in the 26th running of the cinder carnival at Memorial Stadium. Led by 
Wes Santee, the Jayhawks of Kansas stole the show by winning third place and shat- 
trring one world record, one American mark, two Relays standards, and tying a 
third Relays record. 

The well-balanced Texas Aggies were far ahead in the scoring with 115% points. 
The Longhorns counted 82 /a and the Jayhawks 81. Oklahoma A&M claimed, fourth 
place with 73, followed by Kansas State with 50^4. 

Huge point totals were achieved under a new scoring system. In the relay events, 
six places were counted on a 16-10-8-6-3-1 basis. Individual events were scored on 
a 10-8-6-4-2-1 set-up. 

Kansas won four relay trophies and Santee was the key figure in each Jayhawk 
victory. A foursome of Don Smith, Frank Cindrich, Dick McGlinn, and Santee fash- 
ioned a new world sprint medley mark of 3:21.8 to lower the existing record of 
3:22.7 set by New York University in 1950. 

Kansas State rode Thane Baker's fine 47.4 opening 440 into an early lead and 
held on to a two-yard advantage at the last exchange. But Santee quickly cut away 
the margin and sailed to a 25-yard victory with a blistering 880 anchor leg of 1 :49.7. 

The Jayhawks' new world mark eclipsed the Texas Relays standard of 3:24, 
which also was a world-record when Texas ran it in 1941. 

Kansas State's Baker won his heralded duel with Texas' Charley Thomas in the 
100. He jumped to the front and staved off the late-starting Thomas' surge to break 
the tape in 10 flat. 

Thomas enjoyed revenge in the 440 and 880-yard relays, however. The Long- 
horns were given only an outside chance of holding their sprint relay crowns with 
two key members sidelined by leg injuries. But they succeeded with a pair of torrid 
efforts which gave the crowd its biggest thrill. 

Scallorn, Robert Carson, and Joe Carson brought the baton to Thomas three 
yards behind the University of Houston in the 440, with Kansas State a close third. 
Thomas overtook Houston's Larry McBride in the last 60 yards for Texas' 41.7 
victory. 

Thomas won more easily in the 880, finishing at least eight yards ahead of Baker. 
Bruce Miller and the Carson boys all ran well as Texas registered a 1 :26.2 win. 

Oklahoma's Neville Price almost hit the 25-foot region in the broad jump. Last 
year he leaped 25-2. This time he did 24-llJ/ 2 . Texas A&M's Bobby Ragsdale took 
second again with 24-2^4. 

To the partisan Texas crowd, the Longhorns' gallant sprint relay victories and 
No. 2 team showing were probably the top thrills of the Relays. But the Steers' 
second-place finish in the distance medley and 2-mile relays meant a lot to a team 
considered shy of capable distance men. Miller, Tom Rogers, Don Neighbors, and 
Elbert Spence were impressive in placing back of Kansas in the distance medley, as 
were Jim Carlton, Neighbors, Rogers, and Dick Foerster in the 2-mile race. 



EVENT 

4-Mile Relay 

120-Yard High Hurdles 

100- Yard Dash 

Jerry Thompson 1-Mile Run 

2-Milr Relay 

440-Yard Relay 

880-Yard Relay 

1-Mile Relay 

3000 Meter Run 

Sprint Medley Relay 

Distance Medley Relay 

Shot Put 

High Jump 

I'olr Vault 

Discus Throw 

Broad Jump 

Javelin 



STATISTICS 

WINNER 

Kansas 

Biberstein, Kansas 

Baker, Kansas State 

Drummond, Oklahoma 

Kansas 

Texas 

Texas 

Oklahoma A&M 

Eckhoff, Oklahoma A&M 

Kansas 

Kansas 

Hooper, Texas A&M 

'Holding, East Texas 

Marks, Texas A&M 

Hooper, Texas A&M 

Price, Oklahoma 

Ritchey, TCU 



TIME 



17:14 

14.9 

10 flat 

4:12.3 

7:41.8 

41.7 

1:26.2 

3:16.6 

8:35.1 

3:21.8 

10:15.7 

56-2% 

6-6 

13-6 

158-4/, 

24-1 1 y t 

179-4 




JAMES SAMUELSON 




JOE CARLTON 




PAGE 471 






RICHARD FOERSTER 



TOM ROGERS 



ELBERT SPENCE 



SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE MEET 

Splashing in a driving rain, Texas plodded to second place in the SWC track and field meet in Fort Worth 
May 16. As was predicted, the sparkling cindermen from A&M romped away with first place, taking their 6th cinder 
crown in 7 years. A torrential cloudburst hit the Fort Worth Farrington Field Track before the meet, erasing any 
chance of new track records being set. Darrow Hooper of A&M set the meet's only record with a 55-5 J/a shot toss. 

The Longhorns scored 76 3/5 points to trail the Aggies' 104. A&M really had the championship tucked away 
before the Horns could get into the running. The Aggies got 52 points in the field events to Texas' 19 3/5. 

Steer winners were Charley Thomas in the 100 yard dash; Gerald Scallorn, 120 yard high hurdles; Tom Rogers, 
880 yard run; 440 yard relay composed of Gerald Scallorn, Robert Carson, Pat Hall, and Charley Thomas; and the 
high jump by Bill Billings, the only outsider to upset A&M's field wins. 

SUMMARIES 

JAVELIN THROW: 1. Mayeaux, Texas A&M, 199-11; 2. Richey, TGU, 191-11; 3. Hazard, Arkansas, 187-5; 4. Dollar, Texas 
A&M, 182-8/a ; 5. Knippel, Texas A&M, 167-6. 

HIGH JUMP: 1. Billings, Texas, 6-4; 2-3. tie between Thomas, Texas A&M, and Delaney, Texas, 6-2; 4. Swink, Texas A&M, 6-0; 
5. five-way tie, 5-lOVa. 

BROAD JUMP: 1. Ragsdale, Texas A&M, 23-3/ 2 ; 2. Babb, Texas, 22-10; 3. Stalter, Texas A&M, 22-1 /a ; 4. Hazard, Arkansas, 
21-11; 5. Barton, Texas, 21-10/2. 

SHOT PUT: 1. Hooper, Texas A&M, 55-5/>; 2. Gross, Texas A&M, 48-1 1/ 8 ; 3. Pratt, Texas A&M, 48-10%; 4. Williams, SMU, 
47-/2J 5. Samuelson, Texas, 46-5%. (Hooper sets new record.) 

POLE VAULT: 1. Marks, Texas A&M, 13-0; 2. tie between Hoffman, Texas and Spradlin, Texas A&M, 12-6; 4-5. tie among 
Bernet, SMU, Hooker, SMU, and Pryor, Arkansas, 12-0. 

DISCUS THROW: 1. Hooper, Texas A&M, 154-1J4; 2. Gross, Texas A&M, 142-5/ 2 ; 3. Williams, SMU 139-6%; 4. Samuelson, 
Texas, 137-8%. 

440- YARD RELAY: 1. Texas (Scallorn, R. Carson, Hall, Thomas); 2. Rice; 3. Texas A&M, 4. SMU; 5. Arkansas. Time, 41.6. 

MILE RUN: 1. DeRouen, Texas A&M, 2. Hudgins, Texas A&M; 3. Heber, Arkansas; 4. Spence, Texas; 5. Neighbors, Texas. 
Time, 4:23.6. 

440-YARD DASH: 1. Baker, Texas A&M; 2. Crooks, SMU; 3. Divens, Arkansas; 4. Daniels, Rice; 5. Ktull, Texas A&M. 
Time, 50.2. 

100- YARD DASH: 1. Thomas, Texas; 2. Ragsdale, Texas A&M; 3. Troxell, Arkansas; 4. Jones, Baylor; 5. Beavers, Rice. Time, 9.7. 

120-YARD HIGH HURDLES: 1. Scallorn, Texas; 2. Donaldson, Baylor; 3. Smith, Texas A&M; 4. Elaine, Texas A&M; 5. 
Dollahite, Texas A&M. Time, 14.7. 

880-YARD RUN: 1. Rogers, Texas; 2. Davis, Rice; 3. Foerster, Texas; 4. Richardson, SMU; 5. Wilmsen, Texas A&M. Time, 1.56.7. 
220- YARD DASH: 1. Thomas, Texas; 2. R. Carson, Texas; 3. Jones, Baylor; 4. Dunlap, SMU; 5. Stalter, Texas A&M. Time, 21.7. 

TWO-MILE RUN: 1. Elaine, Texas A&M; 2. Lowe, SMU; 3. Spence, Texas; 4. Eshbaugh, Arkansas; 5. Hudgins, Texas A&M. 
Time, 9:39.0. 

220- YARD LOW HURDLES: 1. Ragsdale, Texas A&M; 2. Scallorn, Texas; 3. Thomas, Texas; 4. J. Carson, Texas; 5. Donaldson, 
Baylor. Time, 23.6. 

MILE RELAY: 1. SMU (Cox, Richardson, Crooks, Dunlap); 2. Texas A&M; 3. TCU; 4. Texas; 5. Rice. Time, 3:23.7. 



PAOE 472 



1952 CROSS COUNTRY 



Coach Clyde Littleficld's Longhorn Cross Country team came in third behind A&M and 
Arkansas for the third straight year. The Longhorns had the advantage in that the meet was held 
in Austin on November 24. A&M took first place with 23 points, to be followed in second place 
by Arkansas with 59 points; Texas trailed close behind with 69 points. Baylor did not compete. 
SMU and TCU took fourth and fifth places respectively. 

LETTERMAN 

Don Neighbors 

RESERVE LETTERMEN 

Harold Glenn Adams 

Richard T. Foerster 

Chester Bradley 

Tom Neil Rogers 

Elbert R. Spence 

Don McCallum 

James Caruthers 




Front Rim-: Harold Adams, Tom Rogers, Don McCallum, Chester Bradley. 

Stcond Row: Coarh Liltlefield, Don Neighbors, Elbert Spence, Dick Foerster, James Caruthers, Assistant Coach Froggie Loworn. 



PAOE 473 




1953 TENNIS 



The Longhorns swept to the Southwest Conference tennis championship for the sixth 
consecutive year. Making a remarkable 28 out of 30 possible points, the Horns ended 
up with two teams in the doubles finals and four Texas players battling for singles honors. 

In the singles semi-finals, Tom Springer defeated Jim Saunders, Johnny Hernandez 
defeated Bill Bonham, and later Hernandez went on to overcome Springer in 4 sets for 
the singles championship. In the doubles finals, Springer and Hernandez took Bill Harris 
and Saunders in 4 straight sets. 

NON-CONFERENCE MATCHES 

In their 1953 debut, the Steer netters drubbed the OU Sooners 7-1 on Penick Courts. 
At San Marcos, Texas downed SWTSTC 9-0 without losing a set. The high-flying Texas 
team continued to ride high, taking East Texas State Teachers College in a shutout at 
Penick Courts. Lackland Air Force Base went down 9-0 before the Steers. Despite losing 
the featured singles and doubles matches, Texas netters downed the University of Denver, 
again in Austin. In Houston, Texas blanked Lamar Tech 6-0, and downed the University 
of Houston 4-2. Tulane, one of the top net crews in the nation, was the only team to stop 
the Longhorns during the season. The Green Wave upset Texas 5-1 in New Orleans. 



Team 



TENNIS STANDINGS 
Pass. Pts. Won 



TEXAS 30 

Rice 30 

A&M 30 

SMU 30 

Baylor 30 

TCU 30 

INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SINGLES 
Winner: Johnny Hernandez, Texas 

(6-1) (4-6) (6-0) (6-2) 
Runner-Up: Tommy Springer, Texas 



28 
20 
17 

17 
6 
2 



Lost 
2 

10 
13 
13 
24 
28 



Pet. 
.933 
.667 
.567 
.567 
.200 
.067 



DOUBLES 

Winners: Johnny Hernandez and Tommy 

Springer, Texas 
(6-4) (6-3) (6-2) 

Runners-Up: Bill Harris and James 
Saunders, Texas 



William D. Bonham 
Bill Paul Harris 



WILMER ALLISON, Assistant Coach 



LETTERMEN 
Johnny Hernandez 
Fred Gene St. John 

SPECIAL MERIT T 
Joel Herbert Pullen 

SENIOR MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Gerald Silber 

RESERVE LETTERMEN 

James Hamilton Pruett 
Lewis Frapart, assistant manager 



James Leroy Saunders 
Thomas H. Springer 



3K; 




Front Row: Gerald Silber, Gene St. John, James Saunders, Bill Harris. Johnny Hernandez. 
Second Row: Wilmer Allison, William Bonham, Tommy Springer, D. A. Penick. 
Inset: Joel Pullen. 



PAGE 474 





WILLIAM D. BONHAM 




JOHNNY HERNANDEZ 




1953 TENNIS 

Sourhwest Conference Matches 



TEXAS 6 



A&M 



Taking the first step down the road to 
their title defense, Texas pasted a 6-0 
whitewashing on the A&M crew at Penick 
Courts. Johnny Hernandez defeated Gene 
Letsos; James Saunders downed Tommy 
West; Bill Bonham overcame Ronny Wolfe; 
Tommy Springer over Jack Jacobson. In 
the doubles Hernandez and Saunders over- 
whelmed Letsos and West, and Springer 
and Bonham defeated Wolfe and Jacobson. 



TEXAS 5 RICE 1 

Texas downed Rice with a 5-1 for their 
second Southwest Conference victory. 
Hernandez defeated Robin Robinson; 
Saunders won over Wayne Bennett; Bon- 
hame over Dale Miller and in the fourth 
match Springer dropped a decision to 
Compton Reese. Hernandez and Springer 
defeated Miller and Reese in one doubles 
tilt and Bonham and Saunders defeated 
Robinson and Bennett in the finale. 




TEXAS 5 



SMU 1 



FRED GENE ST. JOHN 



Texas moved into a commanding posi- 
tion in the conference race when they de- 
feated the Mustangs 5-1 in Dallas. In the 
singles matches, Hernandez over Walton 
Miller; Saunders downed Bobby Werthei- 
mer; Bonham whipped John Boggs; Harris 
dropped a decision to Dan Stansbury. In 
the doubles it was all Texas, Saunders and 
Harris over Stansbury and Miller, and 
Bonham and Hernandez over Wertheimer 
and Boggs. 



TEXAS 6 TCU 

Texas made a clean sweep over TCU 
in Fort Worth to clinch the undisputed 
first place in the conference race. Hernan- 
dez breezed through Ferguson; Saunders 
took Martin; Harris defeated Martin; Bon- 
ham overcame Hardin. Saunders and Har- 
ris teamed to down Ferguson and Hardin, 
and Hernandez and Bonham whipped 
Cornell and Martin. 



TEXAS 6 BAYLOR 

For the sixth consecutive team title in 
SWC tennis play the Texas netters blanked 
the Bears 6-0. Hernandez downed David 
Telford; Bonham overcame Larry Gold- 
beck; Springer smashed Claude Rogers; 
Gene St. John blasted Bill Bradley. Her- 
nandez and Springer had little difficulty 
over Telford and Goldbeck. and Bonham 
and St. John paired to dump Bradley and 
Rogers. 



PAGE 475 



JAMES LEROY SAUNDERS 




THOMAS H. SPRINGER 




BILL PAUL HARRIS 



1953 GOLF 



SUMMARY 

Julian Gates won the Southwest Conference individual cham- 
pionship, defeating Don Addington, the pre-meet favorite, in a 
playoff after the two had tied with 285's through the regulation 
72 holes. Lee Pinkston was third in individual play, shooting a 
286. Joe Golden finished in a 3-way tie for fourth place with a 
288. As a team, the Texas golfers came in a close second in South- 
west Conference standing, behind SMU. 

The Texas team was composed of Lee Pinkston, Julian Gates, 
Billy Penn, and Joe Bob Golden, who finished in that order in the 
qualifyirg matches. 



SCORES 



Texas 4 Rice 2 

Texas 3 Baylor 3 

Texas 5. .. . .TCU 1 



Texas 4 Arkansas 2 

Texas 5/ 2 A&M / 2 

Texas 5. ., ..SMU 1 



CONFERENCE STANDINGS 



Poss. Pts. 

SMU 36 

Texas 36 

Arkansas 36 

TCU 36 

A&M 36 

Baylor 36 

Rice .... . . 36 



Won 
25 

24/2 
21/2 
16/2 
16 

14/2 
8 



Lost 
11 



14/2 
19/2 

20 

21/2 

28 



Pet. 
.694 
.681 
.597 
.458 
.444 
.403 
.222 



LETTERMEN 



Joe Bob Golden 
Julian W. Oates 



William A. Penn 
F. Lee Pinkston 



RESERVE LETTERMEN 

Fredrik S. Blackmar Charles N. Burt 






HARVEY PENICK, COACH 




WILLIAM A. PENN 



JULIAN W. OATES 



JOE BOB GOLDEN 



PAGE 476 



Ellie Luckett is crowned Queen of the Cotton 
Bowl on New Year's Day. 

And the band forms those familiar letters. 
"Yer out!" 

Longhorn Band members show that ole TU 
spirit even while they're eating lunch. 

"Go in there and . . ." 




' 













v. 








SENIOR MANAGERS 

Left to Right: Madison Weaver, Phi Gamma Delta; Jack Rankin, Phi Kappa Psi; Aubrey 
Gearner, Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



MEN'S INTRAMURALS 

Presentation of awards, to organizations and individuals at 
the annual Pow Wow, May 15, brought to a close the 1952-53 
intramural sports year. 

The top awards' were the All-Year Trophies which were 
taken by Oak Grove, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and McCracken. 

Three sportsmanship trophies were also presented. Sigma 
Nu, fourteenth in overall fraternity standings, copped the 
esteemed Cowboy Sportsmanship Trophy which is given to the 
organization that exhibits the best sportsmanship all year. The 
Bill Johnson, Jr., Sportsmanship Award went to Delta Kappa 
Epsilon, who finished second in the sportsmanship ratings. 
Maxey Hart took the Frank Evins Sportsmanship Trophy for 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

In the fraternity division, Neal Blanton was presented the 
Best All-Around Athlete prize. McCracken's Dwain McDonald 
took the best athlete award in the independent division and 
Oak Grove's Max Smith won best athlete in the club division. 

Three junior managers, Richard Adair, Jack Rattikin, and 
Ivan Knobler, were promoted to Senior Managers and along 
with nine other junior managers were presented with sweater 
awards for outstanding service. Those recognized were Neal 
Davis, David Alter, Dick Little, Tommy Thompson, Bill 
Nordyke, and Tom Fuller. 

The three senior managers for the year Madison Weaver, 
Aubrey Gearner, and Jack Rankin were presented T sweaters. 




JUNIOR MANAGERS 

Front Row: Ivan Knobler, Tau Delta Phi; Paul Nordyke, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Neal Davis, 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; Tommy Thompson, Sigma Nu. 

Back Row: Richard Adair, Army; Richard Little, Roberts Hall; Jack Rattikin, Sigma Nu. 




TROPHY WINNERS 

Front Row: CHAMPIONS 

James Henkle, Oak Grove; Lee Douty, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Dwam McDonald,' 
McCracken. 

Back Row: RUNNER-UPS 

Jimmy McBride, Newman; Bailey Cawthron, Delta Tau Delta; David Gibson, Money-i 
non Housecats. 



PAGE ' 



TOUCH FOOTBALL 



CLASS A 




CHAMPIONS: SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

Front Rou-: Paul Green, Maxey Hart, Roger Tolar, Finley Ewing, Pat Jones. 
Bark Rou: William Chapman, William Scott, Milton Black, Abbe Ledbetter. 




RUNNER-UPS: OAK GROVE 
rant Ron-: Jerry Tomsu, William Slater, Joe Minor, Joe Harris. Robert Coghlin. 
t Ron-: Robert Allison, John Cox, Max Smith, Corky Howard, James Henkle. 



CLASS B 




CHAMPIONS: KAPPA SIGMA 

Front Row: Randolph Wheless, Robert Young, William Christie, Sam Hamilton, Larry 

Connelly, David Dale, David Engleman. 
Back Raw: Danny Burck, Kirk Vandervoort, Charles Boyd, Jack Dulaney, Joe Locke, 

Nelson Sharpe, Charles Pierce, Alex Adams. 




RUNNER-UPS: OAK GROVE 
Front Ron': Ronny May, John Knaggs. James Peterson, L. E. Bell, Curry Hall, Joe 

Boerner. 
Back Rmr: Richard Gonzales. Clifton Perry, Ben Reynolds, Glenn Carruth, Charles 

Howard, John Blue, Ralph Tatum. Bobby Harris, George Petrus. 



BADMINTON 




CHAMPION: Left, J. Murray Smith. Phi Delta Thrta. 
RUNNER-UP: Right, Samuel Liu, Chinese Student Association. 



PAGE 481 



BASKETBALL 



CLASS A 



CLASS B 




CHAMPION: OAK GROVE 

Front Row: Bob C. Morgan, John B. Cox, Scott A. McGall, Max H. Smith. 
Back Row: James Peterson, Wayne M. Hay, Joe Tom Harris, George J. Petrus, Jerry 
T. Tomsu. 




CHAMPION: KAPPA SIGMA 

Front Row: Jack Durkee, Pete Gardere, Mac Rowe, Dick Wolf, Jay Garth. 
Back Row: Buddy Stenzel, Randy Wheless, Carl Lee, Larry Connelly, Danny Burck. 




RUNNER-UP: SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

Front Row: Tom H. Wharton, H. Lee Douty, Ronald E. Tynes, T. Maxey Hart. 
Back Row: John H. Scale, Tom Crittenden. J. Pat Jones. 




RUNNER-UP: OAK GROVE 
Front Row: George Robertson, Charles B. Howard, Ralph D. Tatum, Corky Howard, 

James W. Henkle. 
Back Row: Joe Tom Harris, John R. Knaggs, Joe D. Minor, Lynn C. Halamicek. 



MULLET LEAGUE 










CHAMPION: SLEEP AND EAT 
Front Row: Curtis J. Gilmore, George E. Fischer, Joe Coffman, Finley Ewing, Paul M. 

Green. 
Hack Row: Gene Guthrie, Bill W. Gilmore, Alvin Borchardt, Robert D. Doty. 



I'AOK 482 



VOLLEYBALL 



CLASS A 



CLASS B 




CHAMPIONS: DELTA TAU DELTA 
Front K...-I .- Richard P. Williamson, Curtis B. Roberts. 

Hi::> . William A. Penn, William D. Bonham, Robert Jackson, James Vater. 




CHAMPIONS: SIGMA CHI 

Front Row: Tommy H. Jackson, John Huey Fears, Philip H. Holmes. 
Back Row: Robert M. Moreman, Joe Davis, James A. Rickard, James M. Claunch. 




RUNNER-UPS: TLOK 

\l'ront Rou.': Richard Wood, Emile Gharzala, Jessie Stuckey. 
\J ack Ron-: Durwood Hendry, Robert N. Lee, Hensley Kieth, Dan Polter, Bill Lane. 




RUNNER-UPS: OAK GROVE 

Front Ron-: Kenneth Bruugher, Bill Slater. Jerry Tomsu. 

/'../. Row: James Henkle, Donald Tatum, Emerson Barnett. Robert B. Allison, Richard 
Henkle. 



BOWLING 





CHAMPIONS: KOTZY KATS 

Faint Rn;t: Tipton Murrell. Richard Mrk.iiu'h.in. Robert Kotzebue. 
Rack Rw: Eugene Claylun. Don Kendall. 



RUNNER-UPS: CAMPUS GUILD 
Finn! Ron 1 : Eugene Sanders, Russell Sharp. 
Hark Row: David Cross, Patric McDonald, Alan R. Carmichael. 



I'AOK W3 



SOFTBALL 



CLASS A 



CLASS B 




CHAMPIpN: SIGMA PHI EPSILON 
Front Row: Jim T. Robison, William R. Adams, Barclay Dismukes, Ronald Amuny, 

James Wright. 
Back Row: Werner G. Rohm, C. B. Sumral, James Viramontes, Randell Shawell, Gary 

Martin, Gilbert Dawson. 




CHAMPION: NEWMAN 

Front Row: Mark Kubala, Nunzio Marabella, Anthony Neidhart, Ignacio Champion, 

Frank Dicorte. 
Back Row: Thomas J, Red, Harold J. Rademacher, Dann Tyler, Jimmy McBride, Newton 

Warzecha, Milton Lehman. 





RUNNER-UP : NEWMAN 
Front Row: Beecher Huff, Robert W. Pettigrew, Vincent Bionchi, Charles J. Kvinta, 

Theo. L. Polasek. 
Back Row: George Stegemeier, Eugene Conoley, Jimmy Rogers, Larry Coughlin, Ed Smith. 



RUNNER-UP: SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 
Front Row: Joe Coffman, Ronald Tynes, Harris Kimbrough, James Cavender, Robert 

Doty. 
Back Row: Charles Million, Marshall B. Peters, Finley Ewing, Pat Jones, George Fischer. 



WATER POLO 





CHAMPION: SIGMA NU 

John Myrick. John Kasimatis, Jack Hartell. Floyd Appline;, Tommy Thompson. Jeff Davis. 
A. W. Bishop. 



RUNNER-UP: OAK GROVE 
Front Roic: Robert G. Tracy, Glen Carrulh, Joe D. Minor. Robert L. Coahlin. Knox 

Miller. 
Back Row: Wayne M. Hay, George Robertson. John B. Cox. Max H. Smith. Clifton Perry. 



PAOE 484 



WRESTLING 






JAMES PEEPLES ROBERT W. CLARK 

Delta Upsilnn Theltmt 

He av v Weight Champion Heavy weight runner-up 



R. H. DUNCAN 

Phi Delta Theta 
157 Ib. class champion 



MELVIN BLUMBERG 

Campus Guild 
123 Ib. class runner-up 



ALAN BEAN 
Delia Kappa Epsilon 
147 Ib. class champion 



ALLAN BLOXSON 

Roberts Hall 
130 Ib. class champion 






5RGE STEGEMEIER VENTON DOUGHTIE 

Newman Club Sigma Phi Epsilon 

147 Ib. class runner-up 191 Ib. champion 



ERIC GREENFIELD 

I' lii Gamma Delia 
177 Ib. class champion 



RISHER RANDALL 

Phi Delia Thela 
167 Ib. class champion 



WILLIAM PATMAN 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
157 Ib. class runner-up 



PETER NICHOLS 

(,'llllt, : hlil \ 

177 Ib. class runner-up 









MACK SIOKI.TJE 

ll.ll'i Kappa Epiilon 

191 Ib. class runnrr-up 



ROBERT B. ALLISON 

Oak Grove 
167 Ib. class runner-up 



SAMMY WILSON 

Phi Kappa Psi 
137 Ib. class runner-up 



DONALD McILYAR 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

130 Ib. class runnrr-up 



CHARLES BAER 

Phi Gamma Delta 

137 Ib. class champion 



GEORGE DERRICK 

Phi Kappa Psi 
123 Ib. class champion 



PAGE 485 



TENNIS SINGLES 

CLASS A CLASS B 



GOLF SINGLES 





CHAMPION: Neal Blanton, Delta Kappa Epsilon. 
RUNNER-UP: Stanley Warburton, Army. 




CHAMPION: Ross Frick, Phi Gamma Delta. 
RUNNER-UP: John Knaggs, Oak Grove. 






CHAMPION: Brandon Wilcox, Independent. 
RUNNER-UP: Theodore White, Theta Xi. 



SWIMMING 





CHAMPION: DELTA TAU DELTA 

Front Row: Mack Lynn, Dave Williams, Cruder Ragland, John Johns. 
Back Row: Mike Raine, Johnny Wymer, Gardner Thomas, Henry Jacoby. 



RUNNER-UP: PHI GAMMA DELTA 

Thomas Tips, Roy Brown, Robert Fowler, Skip Bohn, Bobby G. Wood, Graham Wilson 
Harry Sharpless (Not Shown). 



CLASS A 



TENNIS DOUBLES 



CLASS B 








CHAMPIONS: Neal Blanton, Alan Graham. Delta Kappa Epsilon 
RUNNER-UPS: Robert Young. Dann Tyler, Newman. 



CHAMPIONS: John Knaggs. Max H. Smith. Oak Grove. 
RUNNER-UPS: Everett Roberts, Don Krause, Kappa Sigma. 



PAGE 486 



CLASS A 



HANDBALL DOUBLES 



CLASS B 







IIAMI'IONS: Dick R,.|-II-..II. Lloyd Hamp- RUNNER-UPS: George N. Allen. Bill Harris. CHAMPIONS: Charles Atchison, Albert Cox, RUNNER-UPS: Clarence Collard, Dwain 
ion. Austin Club. Delia Kappa Epsilon. Beta Theta Pi. McDonald, McCracken Mullets. 



CLASS A 



HANDBALL SINGLES 



CLASS B 








CHAMPION: Richard Robertson, Austin Club 
RUNNER-UP: Charles Burke 



CHAMPION: E. J. Dobo, A.I.Ch.E. 
RUNNER-UP: Richard Nevitt 



GOLF DOUBLES 



SOCCER 




CHAMPIONS: LATIN AMERICAN CLUB 
[. tl Row: Gustavo Sirven, Alberto Varas, Fernando Dreux, Campo Garcia, Isaza Franco. 
! \ R":t: IVdrn (iiirra. Edwardo Aniadnr. Frli\ Dainnas. Jaine Perea. Oscar Hernandez. 




CHAMPIONS: Richard Oden. Walter Cultman. Lambda Chi Alpl 
RL'NNER-UPS: Ford Hiibbard. I'reslon Moore. Kappa Siifma. 



PACE 487 



TRACK 





CHAMPION: KAPPA SIGMA 
Larry Connelly, Carl Lee, Dick Bourland, Charles Boyd. 



RUNNER-UP: OAK GROVE 

Jerry T. Tomsu Joe D. Minor, Robert B. Allison, George J. Pctrus, Jerre G. Knei| 
Lynn C. Halamicek. 



HORSESHOE SINGLES 





TABLE TENNIS SINGLES 





CHAMPION: Fred Naiser, Theleme. 
RUNNER-UP: Randall Shawell, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



CHAMPION: Alfred Cho, Chinese Students Association. 
RUNNER-UP: William D. Bonham, Delta Tau Delta. 



SQUASH 



FENCING 





CHAMPION: Wallis Schulle, Kappa Sii?ma. 
RUNNER-UP: Joe Davis, Delta Tau Delta. 



CHAMPION: David Campbell, Air Force R.O.T.C. 
RUNNER-UP: Timothy Liu, Chinese Students Asso- 
ciation. 



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WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS 



INTRAMURAL MANAGERS 




Front Row: Gwendolyn Geneva Quitlian, PM; Sandra Jeanne Kahn, Hillel; Barbara Bauknight, ZTA; Rosalie Amelia Klein, AP; 

Joan B. Dumbauld, Canterbury. 
Second Rou': Palriria Sue Barker, CO; Frances Jane Winters, DG; Edith Maria O'Kruhlik. Czech: Irma Jean Cohen. DPE: Joan 

G. Naven, WICA. 
Third Row: Gladys Janelle Williams. ADP; Sylvia Lynn Cohen. AEP; Lois Charlene Rosenthal. SDT; Roslyn Carol Lubel, SDT; 

Mary Frances Watkins. DZ. 
Fourth Ro-jc: Mamie Lou Pipkin. Assistant Director; Virginia Anne Montgomery, PBP; Barbara Ann Beggs. AGO; Ruth Fulcher. 

KM Bonnie Lea Southwell, BSU. 
l\ol pictured) Rosemarv Sone. GPB: Charlotte Rie Booth. ODD; Carolyn Bird Dorset, KKG: Marie Kate Davis, Co-ops; SaRita 

M. Obelgoner. AGO. 



INTRAMURALS SPORTS RESULTS 1952-1953 
WINNERS 



FIRST PLACE . 
SECOND PLACE 
THIRD PLACE 



FIRST PLACE 
SECOND PLACE 
THIRD PLACE . 
FOURTH PLACE 



Alpha Chi Omega 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Chi Omega 



HONORABLE MENTION 



Kappa Alpha Theta 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Co-ops 



PARTICIPATION AWARD WINNERS 



Alpha Chi Omega 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Chi Omega 
Delta Gamma 



BEST MANAGER AWARD 



Delta Zeta 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Zeta Tau Alpha 



Alpha Chi Omega 



PACK 489 



TOUCH FOOTBALL 



WHITE BRACKET 



ORANGE BRACKET 




RUNNER-UP: KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 
Front Row: Phyllis Ann Phillips. Norma Jane Atkinson, Carolyn Bird Dorset. Carole 

Newberry, Gracie Delene Lone. Alice Jean Magfuder. Jean McGregor, Peggy Lee 

Rowland. 
Second Row: Scottie Gayle Stevenson, Lois Kingsley Grain, Sally Snyder, Nancy D. Reeves, 

Ellanor Ann Fondren, Marilyn Graves, Dorothy Joann Neason, Marion Rebecca Sevier. 

WINNER: PI BETA PHI 

Third Row: Anne Arbaugh. Patricia Ann Sinclair, Harriett Carter Godley, Mary Ann 
Elliott, Barbara Ann Kidd, Katherine McLaurin Callaway, Ann Lee Suggs. 
Fourth Row: Virginia Anne Montgomery, Nancy Paxton Moody, Laura B. Randall, Nan 

Carolyn Bray, Mary Sue Edwards, Elizabeth Ann Fisher, Margaret Ann Crosby, Margaret 

Ann Nowlin. 




RUNNER-UP: KAPPA ALPHA THETA 
Front Row: Barbara Bobbin, Marian Arnold Williams. Margaret Ann OHe, Margaret Mosle, 

Shirley EngJ*>hardt. Betty Jo Beaird. 
Second Row: Carolyn R. Scrivner. Shirley M. Hitt. Ann Elizabeth Chipman, Kathleen 

Emilie Karbach. Margaret Alison Gray. Claire Caswell, Mary Lynn DuBose. lola Ann 

Zuehl. 

WINNER: DELTA DELTA DELTA 
Third Row: Evelvn Jane Foeelman. Ruth Elinor Wilson. Cecilia Ann Barber, Ethyl Elizabeth 

O'Bannon, Betty Jane Templeton, Elizabeth Hamilton Bonnet, Shirley Joan Nordyke. 
Fourth How, Joann Mays. Beverly Ann Guinn. Jan Lowry Simpson, Wilma Agnes Sandel, 

Laura Sue Andrew, Rie Charlotte Booth. Betty Ann Thompson. 



SWIMMING 



ORANGE BRACKET 



DECK TENNIS DOUBLES 





Left to Right: (Winners) Carole Newberry. Eleanor Harris. Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
(Runners-Up) Merle McDermott. Jane Borneman. Chi Omega. 



WINNER: CHI OMEGA 
Front Row: Beverly Jule Newby, Sylvia Sue Scharfenberg, Beverly Jean Bezoni, Bernadine 

Nixon. 
Second Row: Cordelia Jane Sprang, Mary Merle McDermott, Cynthia Lou Sandahl. Mary 

Patricia Flynn. Mary Jo Lisemann. 

RUNNER-UP: PI BETA PHI 
Third Row: Nancy Paxton Moody, Fanelle Barclay Logue, Elizabeth Ann Fisher, Nan 

Carolyn Bray. Gayle Garth. 
fourth Rmi: Ted Lewis Moody. Harriet Carter Godley. Madeline Oglesby. Eleanor Katherine 

Greer, Anne Marie Mason. Nalda Van Brunt. 



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ORAN<;K BRACKET 



BASKETBALL 




WHITE BRACKET 



WINNER: WOMEN'S CO-OPS 

front Ron: Martha Loy Taylor. Muriel L. Slubbs. Barbara Ann Otis. Rita Jeans Standridge. 
Second Row: Pally Taylor. Angela Caldwell. Cora Jennis Tucker. Grace White, Elnora Noack, 



Marie Kate Davis. 




RUNNER-UP: ALPHA PHI 



Third Rau-: Barbara Ann Royall, Anne Parke Walker. Rosdee Klein, Joan Yvonne Mueller, 

Carol Grimes. Carole Adelaide Ferguson. 
Fourth Row: Shirley Mike Gillespie. Nancy Jo Walker. Mary Jane Munson, Joan Catherine 

Stevenson. Patsy Sue Millikan. Joy Tynelle Sansing. 



WINNERS: ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 

Front Row: Betty Carolyn Stanford. Emma Belle Metzer. Carmen Smith, Janelle Joseph. 
Second Row: Shirley Godbold. Anita D. Runneberg. Gloria Porter. M. SaRita Obelgoner, 
Betty Bunge, Jen-Doell Brandenburger. 

RUNNERS-UP: ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Third Row: Sue Clark. Nancy Miller, Mary Katherine Brand. Joan A. Besselman. Helen 
Thompson. Beverly Jean Black. Jan Arthur. Mary Katherine Young. 



VOLLEYBALL 



ORANGE BRACKET 




WHITE BRACKET 



WINNER: AI.I'IIA c:HI OMEGA 

nt It":, : Sue Yankee, Elizabeth Coleman. Ann W. Williams. Jane Moody, 
onrf Ho:,-: Ellen Yeauer. Barbara Beugs. Dixie Cundiff. Emily Cundiff. Jerry L. Renner, 
Betty L. (.i.iv 

RUNNER-UP: WOMEN'S CO-OPS 

id R:,:i Pally Taylor. Dorothy Denard. Virginia C. Hendricks. Marie K. Davis, Norma 
Brock. C. Jennis Tinker. Joyce Coleman. Martha Judin. Martha L. Taylor. 




RUNNER-UP: SIGMA DELTA TAU 

r'ronf Rou: Jean Marie Schwartz. Sandra Ann Weiss. Roslyn Carol Lubel. 
Second Row: Henrietta Leigh Silverman. Sharlene Barbara Gerrick, Delores Belson. Barbara 
Ann Fihn, Gloria Walters. 

WINNER: PHI MU 

Third Row: Nancy Jane Davis. Claudette Florine Freeman. Anna Lou Russell. Maraud 
Ann Hunt. Gwendolyn Geneva Quillian. Glynda Jo Gaedke, Carol Lee Vaughn. Hilda 
Kay Dupuy. 



PAGE 491 



TENNIS DOUBLES 




POSTURE 



WINNER: ALPHA CHI OMEGA 
Patricia Lee Koepke, Betty Lee Gray 

RUNNER-UP: CHI OMEGA 
Edith Skene More, Mary Margaret Schmitz 




Eloise Frame, KAT (Runner-Up), Diane Hierhoizer, KKG (Winner) 

Betty Louise Tieken, GPB (Winner), Annette Sue Landry, DDD (Winner) 

Karolyn Kucera, ZTA (Runncr-Up), Barbara Fern Waters, GPB (Runner-Up) 



SHUFFLEBOARD DOUBLES 




GOLF 



Jeannine Foster, KKG (Winner): Lois Diane Moyer, DDD (Runner-Up); Marilyn 
Pope, DDD (Runner-Up); June Knight Shell, KKG (Winner). 




WINNER: KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 

Helen Louise Thomason 

RUNNER-UP: CANTERBURY 

Sallie Feller 



PAGE 492 



SOFTBALL 



ORANGE BRACKET 



WHITE BRACKET 




WINNER: ALPHA DELTA PI 

Front Roif: Rosemary Austin, Doris Casey. Katherine Peuick, Pat Coleman. 
Second Row: Yvonne Gebhard, Francis Reymshel, Mary Ann Maley, Janelle Williams, 
Charlotte Williams. 

RfNNER-UP: WESLEY FOUNDATION 

Third Row: Frances Hilton. Molly Gee, Bonnie Sue Bain, Dorothy Pinkerton, Helen 
Ainsworth. Mary Juan Presson, Janet Meiner, Ann Lou Russell. 




WINNER: DELTA ZETA 

Front Row: Florence Henry. Ann Collete, Marjorie Yerrinijton, Barbara Brown, Carol 
Billingsley. M. F. Watkins, Marianna Forrest, Jennis Tucker, Gloria Ferricks, 
Bobbie French. 

RUNNER-UP: B.S.U. 

Second Ron-: Bebe Bynum. Lax-erne Clifton, Bonnie Southwell, Elaine Smith, Rowena 
Lanier. Ann Dorsey. Liz Merchant. Wanda Rice, Louise Myers. 



BADMINTON DOUBLES 



FENCING 





WINNER: ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

Mary Huh Colley. Betty Lee Gray 

RUNNIlK-tT: WOMEN'S CO-OPS 

Edith M. P. Nunlry. Cora Jennis Tucker 



RUNNER-UP: HAUSTEAD 

Mo/elle Hainplcm 

WINNER: KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 
Sue Eckhart 



PAOE 493 



TABLE TENNIS 
SINGLES 



TENNIS SINGLES 





BADMINTON 
SINGLES 



RUNNER-UP: B. S. U. 

Mary Hugh Colley 
WINNER: HILLEL 

Shirley Sternberg 



WINNER: ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

Belly Lee Gray 

RUNNER-UP: CHI OMEGA 

Mary Margaret Schmitz 



BOWLING 




I 



RUNNER-UP: GAMMA PHI BETA 

Rosemary Sone 

WINNER: ALPHA CHI OMEGA 
Betty Lee Gray 




ARCHERY 



WINNER: GAMMA PHI BETA 

Front Ron: Jo Anne Burroughs. Jo Ann Boggus. Mary Ann Rostrom. Cynthia 
Armsworth, Virginia Lee Reuthenger. 

RUNNER-UP: WOMEN'S CO-OPS 

Second Row: Marie Kate Davis, Cora Jennis Tucker. Virginia Lee C. Hendricks. 
Alma Joye Currier. 




Mary Margaret Miller KAT (Second) ; Mary Budd, Wesley (First) ; Ellen Yeager, 
ACO (Fifth); Carolyn Lucile Patten, ADP (Ihird). 



PACE 494 



U. T. S. A. 




Front Ron-: Carole Newberry. Sarah Jane Weeks. Geor^eann Beene. Eleanor Harris, Frances Winters, Otis Rhea Schmidt. 

Second Ron-: Sonia Wolf. Cynthia Armsworth. Patty Taylor, Anne Orr. Jane Neill, Cordelia Spronij. 

Third Ron: Anna Hiss (Faculty Advisor). Shiela O'Gara. Dolores Russell. Lucille Ray, Elnora J. Noack, Rosemary Sone, Rowena Kimmcy. 



COUNCIL 



President . 

Vice-President 

Secretary . 

Treasurer . 

Reporter . 

M 'ember s-at-Large 

Advisor 



GEORGEANN BEENE 
SARAH JANE WEEKS 
ELEANOR ELIZABETH HARRIS 
FRANCES JANE WINTERS 
OTIS RHEA SCHMIDT 
ADELE CRAWFORD 
CAROL NEWBERRY 
ANNA Hiss 



Club 

Bow and Arrow 
Canter 

Orchesis . 
Poona 
Racket . 
Strike and spare 
Tee . 
Touche . 
Triggerette . 
Tumle 
Turtle 



CLUB LEADERS AND SPONSORS 

Leader 

JANE ELIZABETH NEILL .... 
ANNE CAROL ORR 

PEGGY JOAN PEGRAM 

CORDELIA JANE SPRONG .... 

ROSEMARY SONE 

CYNTHIA ARMSWORTH .... 
DOLORES ANTOINETTE RUSSELL 

ELNORA J. NOACK 

FRANCIS SHIREE DANIEL .... 

PATTY TAYLOR 

SONIA ELLEN WOLF 



Sponsor 

DOROTHY ANN THOMPSON 
LOUISE TEIXEIRA HORVATH 
VIRGINIA VIRTUE 
BETTY ANN BOWMAN 
CAROLINE GAULT 
SHIELA M. O'GARA 
ELIZABETH M.WisE 
LETA I. WALTER 
HELEN JUANITA WINDHAM 
DOROTHY ANN THOMPSON 
HELEN JUANITA WINDHAM 
JANE ANN SCHOONMAKER 



PAGE 49i 



BOW & ARROW 



CANTER 




Front Row: Barbara Barnes, Jean Wynne, Marilyn Cannon. 

Second Row: Nancy Ainsworth, Dorothy Thompson (Sponsor), Mary Miller, Jane Neill 
Mary Ann Elliott, Peggy Anthony. 



Front Row: Mary Rose Brady, Shirley Fitch. Maxine Noble, B. Dusty Ricker, Margare 
Keefauver, Ann Wise. 

Second Ron.". Carolyn Smith, Louise Horvath (Sponsor), Elise Lightfool, Virginia Virtui 

(Sponsor), Elizabeth Orrnan, Nancy Neill. 
Third Row: Nancy Moody, Jean Hamilton, Peggy Boyd. Anne Orr. Isabel Burow. France 

Winters. Barbara Sackett. Yvonne Gebhard. Rosemary Austin. 



POONA 



ORCHESIS 




Left to Right: Lucille N. Ray, Rozanne Gloria Ritch. Marie Antoinette Wise, Bebe Irene 
Cisneros, Tavia Rae LaFour. Betty Noack, Betty Bowman (Sponsor), Janette Elaine 
Bandy. 




Front Row: Joan Johnson, Cordelia Sprong. Judy Phelps, Carolyn Burton. June Lachen- 

macher, Gladys Vernon, Mary Elda Dreyer. 
Second Row: Pat Seeley, Virginia Hlanak, Norma Brock, Joan Cloud, Peggy Beall. Virginia 

Barkley. Jan Theimer, Joan Morrison. 
Third Roic: Carolyn Gault (Sponsor), Nancy Rheubotham. Betty Rheubotham. Marie Davis, 

Angelia Caldwell, Janet Sutton, Mary Ann Maley, Edith Nunley, Marjorie Yerrington. 



RACKET 




Front Row: Jean K. Brownley, Carol Newberry, Mary Hugh Colley, Sue Hoffmeyer, Mary 

Margaret Schmitz, Eleanor Harris, Carol Ferguson. 
Second Row: Geortreanne Beene, Edith Skene More. Patricia Lee Koepke. Barbara Ann Welhausen, 

Wanda J. Rice, Joyce Coleman. 
Third Row: Mary O. Schultz, Nancy Ellen Quiz, Sarah Jane Weeks, Rosemary Sone. Doris Corine 

Casey, Mary Kiniball Alexander. Margret Elizabeth Merchant. 
Fourth Row: Betty Lee Gray, Carita Joan Calkins. 



PAGE 496 



TEE 



STRIKE AND SPARE 





Left 



front ROIL-: Helen L. Timpson, Vera Mae Ottinger, Barbara Mays, Shirley 

E. Lynn, Virginia C. Hendricks, Katheryne L. Graves, Joan R. Drilling. 
Second Row: Carolyn Foreman, Martha A. Brouse, Helen Schafer, Mary A. 

Rostrom, JoAnne Burroughs. Hinda L. Groner. 
Third Row: Norma Jean Curtis. Martha A. Perkins, Elizabeth M. Wise 

(Sponsor). Jane Garrett, Vlasta L. Zobal, Cynthia Armsworth, A. Joyce 

Reynolds, Rosemarie L. Bohn. 



to Right: Ruth Thigpen, Martha Hopkins, Mary Ann Richardson, Feme 
. Asher Delores Russell, Ruth Fulcher, Madeline Oglesby, Ruth Smith, 
Shirley J. Xordyke, Sallie Fetter, Leta I. Walter (Sponsor). 



TRIGGERETTE 



TOUCHE 





Front Row: Leta Ann Pate, Nancy Elizabeth Green. Shiree Francis 

Daniel. 
Second Ron-: Sgt. Kline, Mary Frances Watkins, Nancy Sue Patterson, 

Joyce Hargrove, Mary Lynn Willinvham, Dorothy Thompson 

(Sponsor). 



Left to Right: Ruth Elene Thigpen. Helen Windham (Sponsor), Rosemary 
Austin, Carole Newbcrry. Mozelle Hampton, Irma Gloria Saldivar, Elnora 
J. Noack, Peggy Lee Rowland. 



TURTLE 



TUMLE 





Front Ron-: Pally Taylor. Sandra Jeanne Kahn, Anita D. Runneberg, M.uth.t 

Loy Taylor. Dorthy Sue Pinkerton. 
Second Ron : Irene F. Kress, Barbara Kay Kelley, Gloria Coffin, Joyce Ann 

l'i iichett. 

Third Ron: Angela Caldwell. Adele Crawford, Julia Ann Lane. 
Fourth Row: Sue Kathryn M.uKm-ti\ Helen Windham (Sponsor), Donnie 

McCouijhen. 



Front Rotv: Sonva Anne Invwersen. Gitta E. Lockenvitz, Bernadine (Schatzie) 

Nixon, Sonia Ellen Wolf, Mary Evelyn Rubarth, Martha Jane Arnold, 

Carolyn Jane Baugh. 
Second Row: Joan A. Besselman, Martha A. Brouse. Fenel Louge, Eleanor 

Sanders. Mary Blank, Charlotte R. Booth, Beverly Bintliff. Sallyette J. 

Thorngren. 
Third Row: Grazia A. Talerico. Mary Hugh Colley, Marion E. Bailey. Patricia 

A. Warren, Margaret C. Rochal, Eleanor Preston, Patricia A. Ludwig, 

Gretchen Berkey, Mary Jo Isman. 
Fourth Row: Ann R. Temple ton. Betty Erwin. Nancy C. Clarke. Gale M. 

Long. Helene LeMaire Boatner, Lorraine Eli?abeth West, Barbara Finn. 

Wehma Jean Cunningham. Kay Graber. Jan C<K>k. Miss Schoonmaker 

(Sponsor), Mary Willsman. 



PAGE 497 



CO-RECREATION 



MIXED SOFTBALL 



MIXED BADMINTON DOUBLES 





RUNNER-UP: GAMMA PHI BETA 
Don Broatch, Rosemary Sone 

WINNER: WAKONDA 
Angela Caldwell. Frank Riggs 



Front Row: Cora Jennis Tucker, Joyce Cole- 
man, Marie Kate Davis, Jerry Thomas 
Tomsu. 

Second Row: Max Tf oward Smith, John Hardy 
Blue, George Joe Petrus, Virginia Lee C. 
Hendricks. Edith M. P. Nunley. 



MIXED VOLLEYBALL 

o 







WINNER: B. S. U. 
Front Row: Helen Louise Thomason, Carole Newberry, Mary Hugh Colley, Joyce 

Coleman. 
Second Row: Claude Alfred Barnes, William Malcolm McGehee, James A. Cheek, 

Sylvester Mathews. 

RUNNER-UP: DELTA DELTA DELTA 
Third Row: Carol Emily McGee. V. Sue Easley, Marietta Beard, Ann Rosborough. 

Judith Julie Ehman. 
Fourth Row: James Eastman Gerhardt, Robert W. Jackson, Richard Calvin 

Perhamus, Richard Peterson Williamson, John Panhorst Wymer. 



MIXED TENNIS 



MIXED TABLE TENNIS 






WINNER: CHI OMEGA 

Mary Margaret Schmitz, Stanley Day Warburton 



WINNER: HILLEL 
Bernard E. Gerhardt. Shirley Ruth Sternberg 



RUNNER-UP: B. S. U. 
Alfied C. F. Oho, Mary Hugh Colley 



PAGE 498 



from a collection of fine formals 




Ann Williams, UT student and a member of 
our College Board, models a gala formal, 
one of the "special-for-UT" fashions in our 
College Shop. 



Scorlbroygh & Sons 



PACT. 499 





Bill and Jane Cantrell, one of the University's many married couples, grocery- 
shopping at the 24th Street K ACM K.ARRY 

Grocery and Market 



PAGE 300 





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Ask About Our Drive-Up Deposit Service 

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The first step to a successful picnic is 
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Chili, you're well on the way to picnic 
perfection. 

Add to the list Austex Mexene Chili 
Beans and a few of the usual acces- 
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the vote of the whole gang for taste 
appeal and for ease of preparation, 
too. 

You see, the work's already done. 
All you have to do is heat and serve 
Austex Chili and Mexene Beans. Then 
sit back and receive your applause as 
a sensational picnic planner. 

You'll find both of these Austex fine 
foods at all campus area groceries in a 
15 -ounce size for small groups and the 
gallon size for big operations. 

only AUSTEX 

tastes so GOOD! 

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. . . for more than 

34 



years 




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Store in the 
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Contemplating the purchase of supplies and equipment for after-graduation 
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student, at the MILLER Blue Print Company. ill I rp 



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PACE 502 



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PACE 505 



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PAOE 506 



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OFFICERS 

Chairman of the Board 
E. P. CRflVENS 

President 
HOWflRD T. COX 

Vice Presidents 

W C. KENNEDY WflLTER BOHN 

JOHN S BURNS R. M (BOB) KINNflN 

Vice President and Cashier 
LEON KUHN 

Vice President and Trust Officers 

RAYMOND R. TODD 
Assistant Vice Presidents 
WILFORD NORMAN ROY B STEWflRT 

I. W. HflWKINS WflLTER BREMOND III 

Assistant Cashiers 

F. M. DuBOSE IflMES B. CHELF 

L. L. LUNDELL OSCflR B WEST 

flLDON V. DflNCflK ELROY SPREEN 

JOHN W. BODE STANLEY TEGGE 

LEWIS E. BRACY. JR. 

Assistant Trust Officer 
B. I CLARK 

Auditor 
JOHN A REHM 



DIRECTORS 



E. P. CRAVENS. Chairman of the Board 
WALTER BOHN 

Executive Partner Bohn Bros. 
HERMAN BROWN 

President, Brown & Root, Inc. 
EDWARD CLARK 

Looney, Clark & Moor head. Attorneys 
HOWARD T. COX 

President 
THEO. P. DAVIS 

Executive Partner Nelson Davis & Son 
HERMAN F. HEEP 

Oil Producer 
H. M. HOUSTON 

President. John Bremond Co. 
GUITON MORGAN 

Gen Mgr., Austin Concrete Works, Inc 
JAMES P. NASH 

Nash & Windfohr Oil Company 

Nash Gasoline Company 
Z. T. SCOTT 

Physician 
GEORGE E. SHELLEY 

Attorney 

F. W. STERNENBERG 

President, Juntz-Sternenberg Lumber Co 
RAYMOND R. TODD 
Vice President and Trust Officers 



Capital and 

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PAOE 508 




Hotel STEPHEIV F. AUSTIN 



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the Stephen F's modern air conditioned 
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special feature of the hotel is Radio and 
Television in guest rooms ... at Hotel 
Stephen F. Austin. 




AFFILIATED NATIONAL HOTELS 

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PACE 509 




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We've never made a rock bit that completely satisfied us ... and we 
never will, although we have made millions of bits. One improvement 
has invariably led to others, opening new frontiers for research and 
progress. As a result, record breaking bits of not too many years ago 
have become today's museum pieces. 

Through the years Hughes Tool Company's expenditures in research 
and engineering to improve the performance of its bits and advance 
rotary drilling have run into millions of dollars. Currently, 
these expenditures are at a rate of more than $ 1 ,5 00,000 per 
year. 

This continuing research enables Hughes to keep pace 
with the constantly changing needs of a fast moving drilling 
industry. Progress dictates that we can never be satisfied 
with any improvement of the moment 



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INDEX 



Name Pages 

Aaund, Carl Viggo 305, 452 

Aaron, Frank 231 

Abbey, Fred F 260 

Abbey, William Carl 29, 278, 322, 32S 

Abbott, Margaret Ann 190, 430 

Abbott, Robert Luther 271, 316 

Abdennour, Samir J 127 

Abell, Billy . . 80 

Abell, James E 29 

Aber, Franklin Eugene 343 

Abercrombie, Charles Terry 245, 399 

Abernathy, George R., Jr 126 

Abernathy, Robert Franklin 341 

Ablingel, Claude 425 

Ablon, Joan Irene 345, 424 

Abou-Halkah, Tamin Ali 229 

Abrams, Doris Lynn 208 

Abramson, Clarence Allen 230 

Abramson, Morris Kaplan 265, 314 

Abrego, Sarah Ann, 60, 210, 351, 393, 411, 430 

Acacm 228, 22 

A Cappttta Choir 386 

Ackerson, Duane W 290 

Acock, Robert H 327 

Acosta, Pete R 325, 348 

Adair, Billy R 295 

Adair, Constance Louise 219, 387 

Adair Richard Fraine 246, 288, 295, 480 

Adair, Sonya 221 

Adam, Wayne Mott 80, 263, 305 

Adamo, Michael Charles 80, 1 1 1, 339 

Adams, Alexander 250, 481 

Adams, Calvin Witt 398 

Adams, Etheldra Margaret 97, 207 

Adams, George Baxter 250 

Adams, George Robert 268, 322 

Adams, Gilbreth Denton 322 

Adams, Harold Glenn 60, 468, 473 

Adams, Jimmy B 248 

Adams, Flo Nell 412 

Adams, Frederick Joseph 267 

Adams, Leroy Money 60, 248 

Adams, Margaret Ann 60, 333 

Adams, Marion Teresa 29, 204 

Adams, Mary Frances 29, 120 

Adams, Robert Edwin 257, 297 

Adams, Rozwel! Sam 26 

Adams, William Reubin, Jr 278, 325, 484 

Adamson, John Robert 418 

Adcock, Rufus J 300 

Adel, Natalie Joan 209 

Aden, Martha Stephanie 29, 332 

Adkins, Allan Britt 80, 127, 269 

Adkins, Gail R 392 

Adkins, James Marshall 70, 270, 306 

Adkins, Noeljean 110, 200, 421, 430 

Adkins, W. Gaston 80 

Adkins, Winston Lamar 29, 126 

Administration 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 

Aerl, Rose Mae 80, 203 

Agnew, Bob G 256, 399 

Agnew, Edwin Lewis 244 

Agnew, Hall Wayne 244, 308 

Aiba, Francis Hitoshi 26 

Aikman, W. M 113 

Ainsworth, Forrest H 327 

Ainsworth, Helen 351, 424, 493 

Ainsworth, Nancy 97, 351, 424, 496 

Akery, Robert L 293 

Akin, Betty 337, 427 

Akin. Bob 80, 105 

Akin, Charles Philip 267, 293 

Akin, Elizabeth Sears 80, 225, 405 

Akin, Robert Barnett 105, 267, 387 

Akridge, Albert Neal 70 

Al-Aish, Matti Saleh 26, 352 

Alameda, Sue Hatch 217 

Alba Club 396 

Alba, Francis Hitoshi 419 

Al-Bakri, Abdul Ruzzak 398 

Albers, Carl Clarence 128, 416 

Albrecht, Clarence A 401, 417 

Albright, Jimmy Lon 259 

Albritton, Martha Ann 29. 125 

Alcalde, Jose Eduardo 318 

Alcorn, Etoile Margaret 70, 203, 404 

Alderdice, Lee Edward 118, 132, 276, 349 

Alders, Gary Milton 278 

Alderson, Curtis Jackson 253, 420 

Aleman, Samuel Garza 420 

Alexander, Garland Karl 232 

Alexander, Hugh Elbert 256 

Alexander, James Darwin 60, 387 

Alexander, James Donald 29 

Alexander, Marv Charlotte 125 

Alexander, Mary Kimball 29, 220, 402, 

407, 496 

Alexander, Neal Weaver 99 

Alexander, Robert Burney, Jr 258, 405 

Al-Fakhri, Ali H 29 

Alford, Jess Burks, Jr 254, 317 

Al-Habib, M. M 29 

Al-Himyary, Jafar 26 

Ali, Sahib Hadi 29,398 

Alisky, Martin Howard 126 

Allan, Keith Alexander 284, 391 

Alice, William Lawrence 341 

Allen, Arthur Malachi, III 258, 314 

Allen, Barbara 214 

Allen, Betty Elaine 60, 345, 388, 430 

Allen, Claude A 70, 100, 101, 392 

Allen, Delia Diane 80, 337 



Name Pages 

Allen, Edith Gibson 80. 221 

Allen, Emily Jean 29, 332, 362 

Allen, Eugene Milton 60, 324, 391 

Allen, G. Claude 70, 299 

Allen, George Edward 335, 437 

Allen, George Nelson, Jr. . . .29, 129, 240, 487 

Allen, George Rodger 343 

Allen, Georgeanne 96,192 

Allen, Joe Raymon, Jr 240,305 

Allen, John Rector 249,294 

Allen, Jon B 319 

Allen, Mary Margarette 338 

Allen, Max Dee 234, 321 

Allenn, Neil T., Jr 408 

Allen, Neyland Foster, Jr 254, 317 

Allen, Robert Edward 70, 319, 339, 429 

Allen, Ronald Manaud 80, 279 

Allen, Thomas Scott 80, 127, 275 

Allen. Wendell Paige 400 

Allert, Marianne 336 

Allison, Arthur Polk 430 

Allison, Robert Bryan, 29, 128, 341, 352, 378, 
414, 481, 483, 485, 488 

Allison, Wilmer 474 

Allred, John B 1 13 

Allred, Sam N 300 

Almqiist, G. E ...293 

Alpard, Barbara Sue 112, 222, 223, 422 

Alpha Alpha Gamma 108 

Alpha Chi Omega 190, 191 

Alpha Delia Pi 192, 193 

Alpha Delta Sigma 109 

Alpha Eptilon Delia 110 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 194,195 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 230, 231 

Alpha Gamma, Delta 196, 197 

Alpha Kappa Pri Ill 

Alpha Lambda Delta 112 

Alpha Omicron Pi 198, 199 

Alpha Phi 201 

Alpha Phi Omega 348 

Alpha Tan Omega 232, 233 

Al-Najjar, Mahdi Ali 29 

Al-Qaysi, Hameed, A. H 126 

Alsmeyer, Doris Elizabeth 29, 196, 415 

Alter, David Rither 244, 300 

Alterman, William 272, 273 

Altman, Sigmund Elton 230 

Altwein, Virgil C 29 

Amador, Edwardo 487 

Amador, Luis 295 

Amelang, Karl John 127, 233, 417 

American Association of Architectural 

Engineers 397 

American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 398 
American Institute of Mining and Metal- 
lurgical Engineers 399 

American Society of Citil Engineers 400 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 401 

Ames, Eugene Leroy, Jr 70, 270, 320 

Amos, Henry Culberson, Jr 240, 305 

Amsbury, David Leonard 410 

Amsler, Jean 29, 214 

Amstead, Billy Howard 127 

Amuny, Roland Alex 279, 484 

Anderegg, Corwin Lester 60, 344 

Anderson, Andy Boyd 29, 268 

Anderson, Bettye Alden 345, 416 

Anderson, Catherine Jane 70, 221 

Anderson, Charlie Dale 29, 117, 133, 398 

Anderson, Dave L 318 

Anderson, Dianne 217 

Anderson, Dorothy Jane 405 

Anderson, Gelya 29, 200 

Anderson, George Billy 29, 256 

Anderson, George Clifford 127 

Anderson, Gloria JoNell 345, 412 

Anderson, Henry Aluah 392 

Anderson, Henry Monroe 237, 299 

Anderson, Hershel Wayne.. 70, 275, 324, 343 

-Anderson, James Carl 270 

Anderson, Jerry Lee 29, 298 

Anderson, Jesse Earl 16, 406, 407 

Anderson, Joe White 70, 423 

Anderson, John 93, 96, 97, 111, 132, 

262, 293, 352 

Anderson, John Eldon 127, 293 

Anderson, Kenneth Dayle 60 

Anderson, Larry Wayne 80, 318 

Anderson, Marilyn 125 

Anderson, Marshall Patton, Jr 260, 261 

Anderson, Mary Jane 60, 345 

Anderson, Myrlene 212 

Anderson, Patsy Ann 80, 387 

Anderson, Ralph D 29, 308 

Anderson, Robert Arthur 270, 325 

Anderson, Robbein Colyer 253 

Anderson, Roberta Mae 70, 210 

Anderson, Thomas M 294 

Anderson, Thomas Wynn 29, 124 

Andrew, Laura Sue 60, 205, 405, 490 

Andrews, Barbara Joan 80, 337, 427 

Andrews Dormitory 332 

Andrews. John Boyette, 318, 335, 349, 437, 453 

Andrews, Robert Glenn 276 

Andrews, Robert Preston 252 

Anglin, Kenneth Wayne 297, 437 

Anglin, William Ross 29, 228, 400 

Anisman, Sheldon 327 

Anoil, Elaine Elizabeth 80, 203, 405, 423 

Anisman, Sheldon 272 

Antes, Leland Lewis 133 

Anthony, Katherine Mary 219 

Anthony, Patsy 387 



Name Pages 

Anthony, Peggy Louise 29, 336, 496 

Anthony, Katherine Mary 334 

Anthony, Monte W 299 

Antoine, Josephine 130 

Anton, Carmen Marie 211 

Antweil, Joe David 272 

Appel, Gladys 199 

Applewhite, Robert Lenoir 250, 251 

Appling, Floyd Edward, Jr 70, 276, 484 

Appling, W. David L 127 

Arbaugh, Anne 220, 490 

Arbingast, Stanley A 261 

Archer, Alyce Lynn 196 

Archer, Barbara Lu 215 

Archer, Wayne Burton 80,391 

Ard, Jackf. 398 

Arellano, Richard Gibbs 405 

Argue, Douglas William 260, 261, 300 

Arick, Ann Elaien 80, 197, 334 

Arisco, Viola Marie 60, 212, 338, 419 

Arledge, Alberta Ann 80, 203, 391 

Armer, George A 300, 418 

Armstron, William Donald 260 

Armstrong, Robert Landis,. .30, 94, 129, 254, 

348, 349, 382 

Armstrong, Charlene 30, 338, 379, 407, 

421,431 

Armstrong, Harvey Lee 259 

Armstrong, Joe Edwin 398 

Armstrong, Katherine Ann 200, 405 

Armstrong, Kathleen 112, 386 

Armstrong, Louise Landis 219 

Armstrong, R. C 22 

Armstrong, Richard Rhoades . .70, 240, 308 

Armstrong, W. Pat 296 

Armsworth, Cynthia 60, 212, 345, 407, 

495, 497 

Arnett, Charles Don 248 

Arnett, H. Ray 295 

Arnett, Jane India Martin 30 

Arnhold, Ray Carl, Jr 22, 257 

Arnold Air Society 328 

Arnold, Daniel Calmes 254 

Arnold, Dorothy 387 

Arnold, Martha Jane 60, 216, 217, 226, 

362, 497 

Arnold, Mary 99 

Arnold, Mary Alice 125 

Arnold, Norma Jean 80, 225, 337, 427 

Aronson, Charlotte Ruth 208 

Aronson, Irma Lew 80, 195 

Aronstein, Libby Ann 222, 223 

Arrington, Robert E 60 

Arrowood, William Eugene 398 

Arteaga, Ruth Camacho 345 

Arthur, Jan 491 

Arthur, Jennie Carter 224, 405 

Arze, George B 243 

Ascher, Joan 70, 195, 404 

A shbel Literary Society 402 

Ashburne, Jim H 114 

Ashby, Francis M 296 

Ashby, JohnF 405 

Ashby, Morris E Ill, 298 

Ashcraft, Mary Lorene 345, 408 

Asher, Feme E 497 

Ashford, Suzanne 80, 203 

Ashmore, Leon Lee 125 

Ashworth, Edwin Thomas 26, 248 

Association for Childhocd Education 403 

Ashburne, Jim G 113 

Askins, Joseph Michael 316 

Atchison, Charles DeLoss 234, 487 

Athletics 433 

Atkin, Richard Thatcher 60, 93, 98, 234, 

352, 381, 427 

Atkins, Bill Ray 391 

Atkins, Courtenay R 80, 293 

Atkins, Frances Kendall. . .30, 115, 122, 212, 
226, 405, 406 

Atkins, George Pope 248, 306 

Atkins, Hal W., Jr.. . .70, 249, 391, 392, 423 

Atkins, Laura Louann 80, 203, 405 

Atkinson, Harold O'Hanlon 247 

Atkinson, Helen Allen 134 

Atkinson, Norma 80, 217, 490 

Atnipp, Horace LaRue 399 

Attra, Harvey D 399 

Attra, William A., Jr 30,414 

Atwill, Douglass Eugene 258, 288 

Austin, Richard Buckner 240, 322, 352 

Austin, Rosemary "Speedy" ... 70, 192, 426, 
493, 496, 497 

Austin, Will K., Jr 415 

Autrey, Sybil L 115 

Avant, Florrie 70,192 

Avera, Dorothy Elaine 80, 1 12, 332 

Avery, David 286 

Avery, Pat 125 

Avery, Ruby Celeste 60, 112 

Await, Grace Elizabeth 204, 402 

Axelrad, Moise Arnold 230, 320 

Axline, Shirley Ruth 60, 190, 226, 424 

Aycock, Joe Keith 80 

Aycock, William Pannill 260 

Ayers, Dorothy 1 14, 205 

Ayoub, Abdel-Kader Osman 117, 133, 

398, 427 

Ayres, John D 60 

Ayres, Roger N 322, 460, 461 



Name 

Babb, James 

Babcock, Walter Ralph . . 
Babin, Dorothy Louise. . . 

Babitzke, Ernest H 

Bacon, Rinaldo A.. 



Pages 
..468,470 
.343,410 
...60,201 
. ..30,399 
. 127, 283 



B 



Baas, Bryan Hunter . . 



.307 



Badcr, Jerome Alan 272, 32 1 

Badwey, Dan Austin 70, 287, 300 

Baer, Charles Edward 257, 298, 485 

Bagelman, Joan 60, 208, 226, 407 

Baghdassarian, Athena M 345 

Bahra, Nassouh Husni 398 

Bailey, Daniel Nicholas, III 70, 234, 323 

Bailey, Elizabeth Ann 80, 191, 332 

Bailey, Jane Miller 60, 130, 204 

Bailey, John Alan 80 

Bailey, Joseph Kenneth 114, 126, 132 

Bailey, Kathryn Odean . . 80 

Bailey, Malcolm Dee 80,275,314 

Bailey, Marilyn 212, 340, 388 

Bailey, Marion E 497 

Bailey, Phillip S 110 

Bailey, Richard E 30, 401 

Bailey, Richard Stanley 30 

Bailey, Robert Fred 401 

Bairn, Barbara 60, 222 

Bain, Bonnie Sue 429, 493 

Bain, Henry C 80 

Bain, Jesse L., Jr 30, 242 

Bain, Roger Downey 60, 298 

Bain, Travis Whitsett, III 70, 247 

Bain, William Frank 70, 323 

Baines, Carol Helen 205 

Baird, Bonnie Bula 80, 419 

Baker, Beverly Revehe 70 

Baker, Billy D 30 

Baker, Dorothy Claudelle 60 

Baker, Ernest Tryo, Jr 60, 410 

Baker, Esther Melba 60, 338 

Baker, Frank Kelsey 80, 253, 391 

Baker, Harriet Kay 80, 213, 405 

Baker, Hugh Lee 70, 253 

Baker, James Donavan 240 

Baker, Kay 96 

Baker, Marilyn Janice 403 

Baker, Mary Ann 80, 193 

Baker, Patricia Sue 80,337 

Baker, Peter A 70,247,307 

Baker, Thelma Louise 122, 220 

Baker, William Charles 256, 298 

Balboa, Arnulfo 391 

Balcom, Barrie Thomas 70, 232, 305 

Balcor, Rosemarie 386 

Blades, Bonnie Lynette 204 

Baldridge, James Warren 70, 271, 322 

Baldridge, Joseph Filmore 250 

Baldwin, Francis Scott 232 

Baldwin, Jessie Edwin 133, 400 

Baldwin, John Kennedy 234,305 

Baldwin, Marilyn Jeanne 190 

Baldwin, Roy D 318 

Baldwin, William E 322 

Balk, Martin David 272 

Balke, Betty 60 

Ball, Billy D 80, 294, 429 

Ball, Fred, Jr 28 

Ball, James Hughes 109 

Ball, Theodore Franklin 237 

Ballard, Barbara 217 

Ballard, Kathy 427 

Ballew, Lola Beth 213, 337 

Balli, Juan Jose 396 

Ballman, Betty Joyce 336 

Band, Bettie Jem 336 

Bander, Norma Joyce 60, 216, 421 

Bandy, Janette Elaine 70, 430, 496 

Banfield, Glenn Ivan, Jr.. . .60, 111, 386, 409 

Banks, Barbara Jane 30 

Banks, Jimmy Edward 317, 413 

Bankston, Charles Allen.... 60, 96, 97, 276, 

317, 352 

Bannenbaum, Mary 112 

Banta, Norman Samuel 60 

Bantel, Edward Christian Henry 133 

Baran, Dorothy Julia 201 

Baranowski, George C 30, 1 16 

Barba, Pedro 97 

Barban, Arnold Melvin, 109, 272, 273, 321, 423 
Barber, Cecilia. . .80, 205, 337, 404, 427,490 

Barber, Monty Clyde 60, 232, 352 

Barber, Sonny 377 

Barber, William Gilbreth, 127, 234, 235, 288, 

352, 393 

Barclay, Leland 133 

Barduhn, Mary 412 

Bargman, Phillip E 282 

Barenblat, Marvin W 281 

Barekman, Mary Elizabeth 125 

Barfiejd, Barbara Ann 70, 388 

Bargainer, Vernon L 30 

Barker, Anne Morrison 199 

Barker, Calvin LaRue 127, 133 

Barker, Donald B 30, 282, 291, 399 

Barker, Eugene Campbell 255 

Barker, Joe J Ill 

Barker, Patricia Sue 60, 202, 203, 489 

Barker, William Earl 133 

Barkley, Virginia May 70, 202, 496 

Barksdale, Howard Sturdivant 316 

Barfemann, Ray Ernest 400 

Barling, Robert Fred 109, 243, 293 

Barlow, Katherine 112, 202, 203 

Barnard, Earl Ross 30, 400 

Barnard, William Kenneth 60, 389 

Barnes, Ala E 127 



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Barnes, Bubua Ann 
Barnes, Billy J 
Barnes. Claude Alfred 
Barnes. James Edwin 
Barnes. John Edward 
Barnes. Mildred Faye 
Barnes. Robert I. 



l-ao,, 

80, 191.404,496 
129, 312, 328, 398 

401,498 

127, 255, 305 
. 249, 326, 391 

387 

290 

Barnes! William Vernie 116, 343 

Barnett, Billy Lloyd 60 

Barnett, Emerson L. 341 

Barnett. Emerson 483 

Barney, Dan D 299 

Barnhart, Donald Lee 250. 321 

Barnhill, David Blake 70, 24S, 293 

Baros, Robert L 39S. 425 

Barr, Elizabeth Louise 60,200 

Barr, Helen Claire 30,210 

Barra, Alfred Pete 306 

Barret, June Iris 212 

Barrett, Marie 412 

Barrett. Rev. Robert 419 

Barrick, Robert Glenn 127, 133. 401 

Barron, Betsy Catherine 191, 425, 428 

Barron. Elizabeth Ann 212 

Barron, Jack Ivan 387, 419 

Barron, W oody C. 326 

Barry, Ivan D. 261 

Barry Joanne 30, 338, 419 

Bare. Elizabeth 130 

Barshop, Jerry Ronald 60, 272 

Barta, John James 387 

Barth, Barbara Ann 

Bartholomew, Gene Carroll 234 

Bartlelt, Mike Alfred 293, 391 

Bartling, George Elmer, Lt. Col., 129, 31 1, 327 

Bartling, Larry Reece 417 

Barton, Don Reid 453 

Barton, Earlene 70. 212 

Barton, Jack Leon 257, 300, 335, 349, 420. 
434, 437 

Barton, Leska Sue 70, 192, 332, 429 

Barton, Margaret Clyde, 70, 96, 112, 190, 422 
Barton, Marjory Jenetta, 70, 190, 340, 404,422 

Barton. Millard Vernon 127, 133 

Barton, Richard Joseph 294, 415 

Barton, Tom K 70, 99, 315, 418 

Bartos, Donald Eugene 262 

Baruck, Robert 281 

Basenfelder, Richard Charles 420 

Bash, Lawrence W., Rev 409 

Bashara, Nancy Ann 80 

Bashford, David H 295 

Baskin, William Gresham 70, 326, 388, 391 

Bass, Charles R 240 

Bass, Eula Mae 190, 429 

Baas, Jerry Alfred 252 

Bass, Rita Crockett 220 

Bassett. John Sam 249 

Bate, Frank Reginad 60 

Bateman, Dayton G 294 

Bateman, W illiam Albert 30, 401 

Baton, Wyeth Lee 60 

Bates, Elizabeth Ann 70, 216 

Bates, Geraldine 345 

Bates, John Thomas 80, 269, 315 

Batson, Arthur 480,481 

Battlestein, Jerry Edwin 264, 296 

Batty, Dona Rae 345 

Baty, Ben J 70 

Baty, Ben Thomas 116 

Baty.RoyS 294 

Bauer, Frederick 324 

Bauer. Sydne Moore 60 

Baugh, Carolyn Jane . .80,207,497 

Baukright, Barbara 224,489 

Bauknight, Carol Sue 80. 225 

Baumohl, Barbara Lee 195 

Baxter. Ralph Marcus 400 

Baxter, Warner R. .. 296 

Bayless, Shirley Ann 80, 207, 427 

Bayliss, Garland Erastus 126 

Baynes, Eva Manning 125 

Beaird, Betty Jo 80, 215, 490 

Beaird, Dutchie 337 

Beaird, V. Clark .127 

Beakley. Barbara Sue 80, 201, 337 

Beall. Martha Ann 30. 204 

Beall, Peggy Jan 202 

Beal. Prisciili Worth 70. 206. 340, 422 

Beall, Corinne 212 

Beall, Emily Frances 80, 97. 337. 387, 

Beall, Julia Katherine 60. 213. 387. 392. 404 



Beall, Kenneth Franklin 
Beall, Martha Ann . 
Beall, Peggy Jan 
Beall, Mr. W. O. . . 
Beak. David Eugene 
Beds, Row Marie 
Bean. Alan LaVern 
Bean, Betty 

Bean. Mozelle 

.Beard. Marietta. 
Bearden, Rita Nell 
Bearden, Bonnie L**. . 
Beasley, Jerald Randolph 
Beasley, Joseph Weldon 
Beasley, Richard D. 
Beaaon, Lawrence Linden 



HiMtty. Barbara ( Ilivia 

Beauchamp, Florence Anne 
Beauford. Ronald Dale 
Bechtel. lioU-r! Warren . . . 

Beck, Charlc* W 

Beck, Francis Leroy 

Beck, Gordon K 

Beck. Robert Byron 
B-kiT. Alin-,1 K 
Becker. Allen Jack 
Becker. Donald August 



80 

402 

80,360.496 

430 

30,327,387 

30.336,403 

60. 240. 308, 339, 485 

429 

30, 292, 300 
204,362,370,498 
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0. 5. 118, 129, 

307, 349, 372 
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70,205,404 



Til, 269. 325 
305 
257 
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2. 305 
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264. 288, 323, 349 
417 



.Vamc 

Becker, Eric Baker 287 

Becker, John G 22 

Becker, Laura Holloway .70, 112, 200, 424 

Becker, Raymond Arthur 305 

Beckham, Beverly Welford 249 

Bedrich, James Edward 30, 116, 408 

Beeler. Ralph Frederick, Jr 240, 324 

Beene, Georgeann . 30, 136, 202, 203, 350, 
372, 407, 495, 496 

Beery, Roger Lewis Ill, 248, 315 

Begeman, Myron Louis 127 

Beggs, Barbara Ann 70, 190, 489, 491 

Behne, Joe C., Jr 409 

Behrens, Martha Frances 345 

Beilka. Sally Yvonne 80, 336, 430 

Bejabano, Carlos 299 

Belcher, Bessie Rae . 60, 198, 199, 332, 404 

Belli, Charles Allen 30 

Bell, Arthur Baker 279, 430 

Bell, Betsy Ann 70, 137, 224, 325, 362 

Bell, Claiborne Murray 244, 352, 430 

Bell, Charles Larry 267 

Bell, David, HI 26, 423 

Bell, Eugene Court 80, 127, 339 

Bell, Howard E 299 

Bell, Jimmy J 410 

Bell, John Robert .234 

Bell, Leslie Eugene 324, 341, 481 

Bell, Marion Wayne 60 

Bell, Philip Miller 30, 352, 430 

Bell, Robert Allen 335 

Bell, Robert Austin 60 

Bell, Robert A 293, 314 

Bell, Wayne Marion 279 

Bella, Max 246 

Bellamy, Murlyn Dean 414 

Belinares, James, Jr 389 

Bellmont, L. Theodore 269 

Bello, Guillermo 400 

Belson, Dolores 223, 441, 491 

Benbow, Ann 214, 405 

Benchoff, Edmund F 248 

Bender, Frank Ludwig, Jr 263 

Bender, William Charles 401 

Benedict, Barbara Ann 80, 337, 405, 427 

Benesch, Thomas Richard 70, 233 

Bengston, Rose Marie 80, 336 

Benjamin, Marye Durrum 134 

Bennet, Alexander Sharp 133, 397 

Bennett, Blair Osmond 269, 316 

Bennett, Ballard 393 

Bennett, Edward Morgan 324 

Bennett, Elbert White 390, 391 

Bennett, Floyd Edwin 70, 320 

Bennett, Jane Frances 405 

Bennett, John Ballard 244 

Bennett, Maurice 239 

Bennett, Letricia Jomary 30, 115 

Bennett, Malcolm W 294 

Bennett, Maurice B 314 

Bennett, Pete D 70, 243, 321 

Bennett, Raymond Ayers 80, 259 

Bennett, Raymond D 305 

Bennett, Robert Sherman 126, 405 

Bennett. Russell W., Jr 413 

Benson, Leonard R 127, 133 



Benson, Lila Mae . 
Benson, Ruth Joy . 
Benton, Marjorie Ann . . 
Benton, Robert Douglas . 
Beran, Dorothy Julia . . 
HITCH. Beverly Renee . . . 
Berezin, Richard Melvin . 

Berger, Heinz 

Berger, Richard Lee 

Berger, Rosalyn Joyce . . . 

Berger, Thedpre J 

Berglund, Lois Lillian 



80.337 

208 

214,402 

30, 104, 105 

60, 419 

80, 112,223,387 

230 

23,272 

230,322 

209,333,404 

285,423 

403,417 



Bergman, Samuel Roy 272, 273, 324 

Bergner, Richard F 127, 233 

Berket, Ferdie John 423 

Berkey, Gretchen 497 

Berkley, Camilla May 405 

Berman, Faye 60, 208 

Berman, Leonard Wolfe 272, 315 

Bernard, Betty Jo 80, 210 

Bernard, Donald Ray 60, 232, 307 

Bernhardt, Minna Alice 112 

Bernie, Gurston Brown 103 



Bernstein, David Mitchell 

Bernstein, Larry 

Bernstein, Ted Marfred 

Berry, Robert Jewell 

Berry, Thomas Robert .... 
Berry, William Augustus. . . 
Berryhill, Kenneth Alvin 

Berryman, Clemen C 

Berryman, Frances Eugenia 



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280 

281 

80 

96, 260, 261, 294 
. . 100, 127, 326 

31 

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...60,200.226. 

360, 426 
70,214 

194, 424 



Bertrant, Bonnie Bliss 

Berwald, Klissia Joyce 

Berwald. Mona Louise 80, 223 

Besley, Donald Richard 254, 324 

11 ll Joan Ann 80, 225, 491, 497 

Beta Alpha Pri 113 

Heta llamma Sigma 114 

Ktla Thtla Pi 234, 235 

Bexley, James Byron 80, 277 

Bezoni, Beverly Jean 60, 202, 490 

Bianchi, Vincent Joseph 410 

Bibb, SurotCT Truner 250. 294 

Bible, William Dana .240,437 

Bible, Dana X 240, 436 

Bice, Robert J 284, 324 

Bickerstaff. Raymond C 28 

Biderman. Benjamin Harris 31, 280 

Biel, Merilyn 70, 112, 206, 426 

Bielinski, Dorothy Louise 338 

Hi. nvc-nu. Gillis Anne 31, 210, 405 

Bieri, Herman C 326 



Namt I'agtt 

Biesenbach, Randolph .298, 335, 420, 543, 

462, 463 

Bigelow, Charles DeForrest 397 

Bigelow, Robert Myron, Jr 70, 127 

Biggs. Ray Coker 430 

Bigham, Edward Eugene 99 

Bigham, Jesse Younge, Jr. 60, 243. 295, 302 

Bihn, Beverly Elaine 60, 204, 421, 426 

Bilbao, Jorge M 127 

Bilbrcy, Howard R 299 

Bilderhack, Virginia R 70 

Billfaldt, Patricia Joan 405 

Billings, Charles Robert 324, 335, 420, 469 

Billings, Robert Mason, Jr 60, 258, 468 

Billingsley, Bob 80 

Billingsley, Carole Anne 70, 210, 493 

Billingdy, Bruce Alder 252, 295, 302, 382, 

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Bingley, Russell Chris 305 

Bintliff, Beverly 60, 214, 497 

Bionchi, Vincent 484 

Birdwell, Leroy 60, 93, 234, 349, 381 

Bishop, Alice Beatrice 60, 200 

Bishop. Albert W 277, 484 

Bishop, Donald Mac 246, 288, 348 

Bishop, E. E 326 

Bishop, Norman Glenn 420 

Biskamp, William Taylor 294, 405 



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Black, Beverly Jean 

Black, Dan Preston 

Black, Frank Robert 

Black, Hulon Witherspoon. 

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Black, Norman William 230, 349 

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Blackman, Martha Lucie 334 

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Blair, Alan Curtis 247 

Blair, Rosamund 405 

Blair, Samuel Rufus 103, 316 

Blair, Sloan Blackmon 274 

Blais, Lois Dorothy 130 

Blake, Betty 224, 360, 362, 422 

Blake, Vincent Fisher 276 

Blalock, Dana Lawton 413 

Blancc, Humberto L 299 

Blanchard, Lawrence Phil 61, 240 

Blanchard, Mary Katherine 80, 225 

Blanchard, Stanley Walton, Jr 235 

Bland, Asa 70, 270 

Blankenship, Wesley Francis. .80, 287, 315 

Blanks, Dorothy Gay 220, 421 

Blanton, Catherine Carol 70, 225, 421 

Blanton, Jack Donald 278, 320 

Blanton, James B 315, 317, 342 

Blanton, Mildred 1 345 

Blanton, Neal 240, 486 

Blaschkc. Kenneth Earl 31,414,425 

Blasdel, Amelia Carolina 419 

Blasivs, W. Jack 339 

Blatt, Marilyn Claire 61, 208 

Blaustone, Henry Robert 387 

Blaylock, Billy Rex 309 

Blaylock, James Augustus, Jr. ... . . .257 

Blaylock, Rogers 229 

Blaylock, Thomas Adrian 101, 247, 348 

Blessing, James Robert 408 

Bletsch, Doris Rudell 70, 213, 332, 429 

Bliss, Mary Lou 200 

Block, Edwin Hart 127. 133 

Block, Ephraim Lester 31, 280, 415 

Block, Lee Sampson 70, 405 

Blomquist, Herbert Lionel 260 

Bloodgood, Elizabeth Ann 61 

Bloom, Margaret Jane 336 

Bloomquist, Grover C 299 

Blount, Guy Arthur 405 

Blount, Helon, Jr 130 

Bloxson, Allan 485 

Blue, Clarence Theo 31, 111 

Blue, Donald Ray 267, 419 

Blue, John Hardy 341, 481 

Hlurbonnrt Hrlle Nominee! 362 

Bluestein, Ed, Jr 349 

Hluriloftingt 115 

Blum, Henry Max . 315, 344 

Blumberg, Alvin E 326 

Blumberg, N. John 294, 401 

Blumberg, Melvin Ronald 326, 391, 485 

Blumenthal, Robert Louis 31, 118, 129, 135, 
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Bock, Raymond Joseph . 
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Boger, Betty Jane ............ 

Boggus, Jo Ann ............... 

Bogiiskie, Janis Lillian ........ 

Bohn, Arval W ............... 

Bohn, Gretchen M ............ 

Bohn, H. E. Skip ......... 2S7, 

Bohn, Rosemarie Lee ......... 

Boker, Rae 

Holing, La Nelle J ............ 

Boling, Wallace Barton ....... 

Bolinger, Helen .............. 

Bollnan, Franklin D ........... 

Bollman, Thelma Anderson. . . . 

Bomar, Frank W ............. 

Bomba, Ted Allan, Jr ......... 

B'imi'i.rt . Bill Karl ........... 

Bond, Robert Jackson ......... 

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Bonds, William V'andiver ...... 

Bone, Bobbie Dawn. 31, 196, 
Boner, Charles Paul .......... 

Boner, Marian Oldfather ...... 

Bonham, William Donald. .31, 

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Bonner, Louis Franklin, Jr . . . . 

Bonnet, Muriel Suzanne ........ 

Bonnett, Elizabeth Hamilton... 

Bonnett, Stewart Alan ........ 

Bonser, Joe Wayne ............ 

Boone, Lester Carl, Jr ......... 

Booras, Alexander, W .......... 

Booth, Charlotte, R .......... 

Booth, Daniel Miller .......... 

Booth, Leon, Jr ............... 

Booth, Margaret Milby ....... 

Booth, Rie Charlotte ...... 70, 

Booton, Roliert Wright ....... 

Booz, Barbara Renska ...... 70, 

Booziotis, Billy C ............ 

Borchardt, Alvin Lee ....... 70, 

Borchers, Marion Jack ......... 

Borchers, Otto Robert ........ 

Bordovsky, Paul Kasper ....... 

Bordovsky, Rudolph I<enard . . . 
Bordwell, Barbara Brooks ...... 

Boreman, Jane ............... 

Boriack, Jerry Wilbert ......... 

Borod, Kmilie Anne .......... 

Borschow, 1 ..I iiiurnl M ......... 

Bosley, Alonzo Wilson ....... 

Bost, Theda Kirby ........... 

Bostick, George William ...... 

Bosweli, Jimmy L ............. 

Boswell, Laura Bickley ........ 

Bothwell, Martin Ehrfried. . . . 

Bottonfirld, Betty ............ 

Boucaier. Ronald L. .......... 

Bouchier, Ronald L ........... 

Bouldin, Barl>ara Ann ........ 

Bouligny, Eugene Harold ..... 

Bounty, Donna Jeanne ........ 

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Bowdoin, Nita Beth .......... 

Bowe, Calvin ................ 

Bowen, Dean ................ 

Bowen, Richard Thomas ...... 

Bowers, Gordon L ............ 

Bowes, Harrison Nesbitt ...... 

Bowlby, Etta Kathryn ........ 

Bowman, Betty Ann .......... 

Bowman, James Weldon ...... 

Box, Jamye Lou ............. 

Box, Jo Ann ................. 

Boxwell, Newman Earl ........ 

Boyd, Barbara Ann ........... 

Boyd, Charles ................ 

Boyd, Emily Simmons ......... 

Boyd, Frances ............... 

Boyd, Gary K ............... 

Boyd, Gene Hodnett .......... 

Boyd, James Victor .......... 

Boyd, Kathryn Frances ....... 

Boyd, Margaret Lee ....... 81, 

Boyd, Truman E ............. 

Boyd, William Paxton ........ 

Boyer, Marcia June ........... 

Boyett, Norma Sue ........... 

Boykin, Williot Lindsay ....... 

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Braeuer, Harry Lee 

Brainin, Howard Lee 

Braly, Dudley Q 

Braly, Walter E 

Bramlett, Donald Ray 

Branch, Joseph Phillip 

Brand, Beverly 

Brand, Joel Stanley 

Brand, Joseph Stuart 

Brand, Mary Katherine 

Brandenberger, Carolyn Hilda . 

Brandenberger, Jen-Doell 

Brandenburg, Ann 

Brandenburg, Hurbert Aldine. . 

Brandon, Jack Lee 

Brandt, Julia Beth 61 

Brandt, Paul R 

Branhan, Patricia Ann 

Brannan, John King 

Brannen, Hersehel Simpson, Jr. 

Brannon, Dale Baird 

Brannin, Dan, Jr 

Brantley, Harold Clayton, Jr. . 

Brantlinger, James H 

Brass, David O'Neil 

Brassell, Shirley Sue 61, 

Brasfield, Earl Norman 

Brasfield, Jorita 

Braswell, Henry Gordon 

Bratton, Billy Jeff 

Bratton, Carolyn Ruth 

Braulich, Wilfred James 

Braun, Juergen Haus 

Bravenee, Gladys Mae 

Bray, Nan Carolyn 

Braymer, Howard M 

Breazeale, Jimmy Levan 

Breckenbrough, John Lackland 
Bredding, Seth Darnaby. . 
Bredlow, Jo Ann Elizabeth. .61 

Bredt, Carl Victor 

Breeding, William F 

Breedlove, Thomas E. .61, 

Breedlove, William C., Ill 

Brehm, Harold Ernst, Jr 

Breihan, Robert, Rev 

Breitenbach, Nanette 

Breland, Osmond P 

Brelsford, Mary Alice 

Brelsford, Nancy Virginia 

Breslford, Robert Gordon 

' Brenham, Gladys Appel 

Brennan, Roberta Eileen 

Brentlinger, James Hunter 

Brentlinger, Willard Hughes. . . 

Brents, Walker Allen, Jr 

Brewer, Betty Lucile 

Brewer, Charles Ncual .... 257, 

Brewer, James Alfred 

Brewer, Kelton L 

Brewster, William, Jr 

Brians, Audrey Lee 

Bridges, Elsie Jane 

Bridges, Jim Lewis 

Bridges, Ronald Wavne 

Bridwell, Maurine 

Briggs, Edward B 

Brigham, Ben M., Jr 

Bright, Junior Keith 

Brightman, Anna 

Brigman, George Henry 

Brill, James Edward. . .71, 111, 

Briner, Lewis Henry 

Brinkoeter, Ronald Charles 

Brisbin, Albert Winslow 

Briscoe, Gerald A 

Briscoe, Jerry B 

Bristol, Virginia Ann 

Brite, Jerome Templeton 

Britenboek, Nanette 

Britton, Earle V 

Broatch, Don 

Brocato, Anthony Gerard. . . 

Brochstein, Joel 

Brock, Frank E 

Brock, Horace Rhea 

Brock, Norma Jean 

Brock, W. A 

Brockenbrough John Lackland. 
Brodnax, John Robert 61, 



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Brogan, Albert Perley . . . 
Brogden, Dewey Robert. 
Bronson, Marilyn Ann. . 

Broocks, William Rice 

Brooks, Ara Virginia 

Brooks, Bill Cecil 

Brooks, Bill Martin 

Brooks, Curtis Bruce 

Brooks, Frederick Emerson .... 
Brooks, Glen Ellis, Jr. 118, 122, 

Brooks, Harvey Dillard 

Brooks, James Howard 

Brooks, Joseph Ted 

Brooks, Joe W 

Brooks, Lewis Erskine 

Brooks, Sarah 

Brooks, Tom J 

Brooks, William C 

Brookshirc, Kenneth Ray 

Brookshire, William K 

Broske, Ernest Cadell 

Brothers, Clyde Lemuel, Jr. ... 
Brotman, Sherwin Bryon . . . 
Brougher, Kenneth Earle. . 

Brouse, Martha Ann 

Broussard, Vernon James. . . 
Brown, Anthony Wayne. . . . 
Brown, Barbara Jean 



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255 Brown, Bernie George 297 

129, 256, 315 Brown, Bernie Gurston 273 

295 Brown, Bessie Lindall 125 

286 Brown, Beverly Ann 206, 292 

70 Brown, Billy Joe 32, 114, 430 

257,335,437. Brown, Carl A . 133 

439, 453 Brown, Carolyn Ann 81, 96, 193 

194 Brown, Charles D. 322 

265, 327 Brown, Charles William ... ... 274 

.116,230,321 Brown, Charlotte M... 224 

. .31, 224, 491 Brown, Clarisse Yvonne 214 

..61,333,412 Brown, Frank Elwood. .. ..232,314 

..70,197,491 Brown, Forrest Jones 32,397 

..61,387,403 Brown, Fred Eugene 342,413 

267 Brown, George Evans 250 

60,234 Brown, Gerald L ...317 

,197,336,405 Brown, Howard Earl 127 

316 Brown, Isabelle 217 

218 Brown, Jaek Andrew 245 

277 Brown, James 293 

31,286 Brown.JoAnn ..392 

240,414 Brown, Joe A 325 

81, 255 Brown, Joseph Dennis . . 81 

..71,326,391 Brown, Karl E. ... . 318 

126 Brown, Keith Gates 127 

31 Brown, Loretta Agnes 201 

196, 197, 422 Brown, Prudence 71, 207 

325 Brown, Robert C 311 

81 Brown, Roy Allyn 257, 294, 486 

.118, 349, 378 Brown, S. Leroy 133 

418 Brown, Ted B 22 

61, 206 Brown, Thomas A., Jr 32 

417 Brown, Thomas Cater 260,400 

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221, 490 Brown, Walter Francis 116 

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.71 Brown, William Benozmin 256 

- - 31 Brown, William S 319 

..81,243,316 Brown, Willis 32 

, 202, 340, 422 Brown, Wray Douglas 294 

16, 389 Brownhill, Jim Gene 335, 453 

327 Browning, Averv Jean 345 

325, 399, 410 Browning. Carrolyn lone 81, 336 

314 Browning, David Gregg 274, 453 

31 Browning, James Douglas 309, 454 

429 Browning, Robert M 259 

195,362 Browning, Siras Dean 129,305,387 

1 10 Browning, William Howard, Jr 71, 305 

..61,218,219 Brownlee, Jean K 61,202 

220 Brownley, Jean K 496 

270, 298 Brownrigg, William Edwin, Jr 413 

198 BroyhilirKent Ira 262 

419, 422 Broyles, Ben L 297 

122 Brubaker, Ellen 61, 134 

259 Bruce, Carey Carlton, Jr 256 

252 Bruce, Gene Kay 276 

..31, 216, 217 Bruck, Danny 481 

316, 335, 452 Bruck, Sybil 81. 191 

298, 335 Bruckner, Anna Ruth 32, 192, 429 

325 Brulet, Marie Yvonne 130 

306, 405 Brumble, Elmer Oliver, III 253, 322 

334, 405 Brumley, Carl Ray 61, 256 

61, 196 Brumley, Harold W 71, 256 

114 Brune, David H 32, 126, 305 

253 Brune, Rose Towers 115 

125 Brunner, Michael Stuart 278, 321 

413 Bruns, Dorothy Meade 71, 200, 405, 424 

240 Brunson, Howard Eldridge 109, 274, 300 

295 Brusenhan, Harry H 81, 275 

412 Bruton, David D 324 

248,389 Bryant, Robert K 32 

260, 288, 321 Bryce, William D 327 

31, 397 Bryson, James Gordon 32, 400 

326, 391 Buars, Harry Gene 32 

282, 305 Buchanan, Dennis 300 

129 Buchanan, Douglas L 325 

298 Buchanan, Jane C 224, 407 

81, 201 Buchanan, John W., Jr 61 

274 Buchanan, Maxine 115, 122, 340 

411 Buchanan, Wayman White .... 300, 335, 454 

81,297 Buchman, Nadalyne Gladys 81,96,209 

.... 495 Buchner, Wilma Lorene 32,336 

.260,317, 419 Buck, C. Brown 418 

265, 315 Buck, Elizabeth 71 

.317, 335, 462 Buck, Larry Weiss 32, 264 

113, 116 Buck, Mildred 61, 388, 403 

. 345, 491, 496 Buck, Tom E 296 

311 Buckalew, Rupert E., Jr 61, 296 

250 Buckholdt, Robert Alan 126, 387 

244, 325, 453, Buckingham, Robert Bruce 71, 295 

460, 461 Buckley, Eileen Ethel 81, 221, 337, 427 

18 Buckley, Lon Martin 250 

. . . 31 Buckley, Sims Allen 326, 390, 391 

369, 386, 429 Buckman, Joseph C 297, 301, 392 

31, 399 Buckman, June Hodgson 392 

61, 210 Buckner, Robert Grim 305 

348 Budd, Mary 494 

386 Budd, Robert Ralph 322, 405 

276, 409 Buell, Sidney Johnson 268, 400 

117, 133 Buenaventura, Elisa 345 

127, 304, 352 Buenz, John Frederick, Jr 256, 324, 405 

32 Buice, Mary Evelyn 125, 420 

335 Buie, Glynn D 321 

278 Bullard, James E 315, 351 

293 Bullen, Bill Barry 260 

319, 351 Buller, William W 257 

412 Bullington, John 275, 300 

344 Bullion, James Shelburne, Jr 32, 306 

61 Bullock, Malcom Duane 240 

317, 387 Bunch, Betty 210, 387 

324 Bunch, Joe Thomas 256,321 

430 Bunge, Betty Ruth 61, 491 

321 Bungc, Marjorie Ann 71, 210, 333 

109, 391 Bunn, John Rolwrt, Jr 250, 316 

.325, 341, 483 Bunton, Norma Desha 393 

. .81, 213, 497 Burch, James R 266 

71 Burchard, William Frank 81, 305, 425 

286 Burck, Danny 482 

.32,121,210, Burda, Chris Dominie 419 

412, 493 Burk, Roller! Daniel 250, 320, 352 



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Burcr, Walter C ...................... 116 

Burdine, J. Alton ...................... 126 

Burgdorg, Sterling E ................... 320 

Burgen, Carl Gcbhard ... . . 81 

Burk, BillieR ......................... 125 

Burk, Johnny Leonard ................. 229 

Burkart, Burke ................... 316, 410 

Burke, Charles ........................ 487 

Burke, Wade Harry ............... 296, 335 

Burket, Ferdic John ................... 297 

Burket, Ferdinand John ................ 335 

Burkett, Bobby June .................. 71 

Burkhalter, Joanne Earlene ____ 61, 202, 203, 

419, 426 
Burkhardt, James Richard ......... 314, 392 

Burkhart, Jon Mac ................ 344, 392 

Burkhart, Nacye .......... 71, 112, 337, 427 

Burks, John Clint ............ . . .400 

Burks, Mary Sue ....... 61, 96, 200, 362, 404 

Burks, William Edward ............ 295, 417 

Burlage, Henry Matthew ............ 17, 128 

Burleigh, Patricia Louise.. 32, 115, 126, 210 
Burler, Billy C ........................ 410 

Burleson, Charles Henry ............... 279 

Burleson, James Bernard, Jr ..... 81, 252, 293 

Burling, Maury Joseph ............ 295, 410 

Burling, Jerome Benton ........ 113, 114, 238 

Burlingham, Nathan Nelson ............ 248 

Burnett, Mary Frances ..... 61, 193, 387, 412 

Burnette, Carl W ...................... 248 

Burnham, Carl Houston ................ 399 

Burnitt, Seth Charles .................. 248 

Burns, Ben Morgan ........ 32, 399, 405, 423 

Burns, Ned Hamilton ............... 61, 397 

Burow, Isabel ......................... 496 

Burr, Barbara Eve .................... 204 

Burr, John Lewis ...................... 240 

Burridge, Eatl P ....................... 296 

Burroughs, Jo Anne ........ 71, 212, 494, 497 

Burrow, Isabelle Lucie ............. 198, 332 

Burson, Donald Lee ................... 348 

Burson, James Edward ......... 32, 348, 397 

Burt, Charles Nesom, Jr ............ 256, 306 

Burton, Carolyn Cauthen ...... 200, 420, 496 

Burton, Gerald Lynn .......... 127, 256, 288 

Burton, Mary Kathryn ............. 61, 218 

Burum, Sylvia Elaine ........... 81, 191,337 

Busby, Edgar H ....................... 387 

Busby, Everett C ..................... 387 

Busby, Richard E .................. 61, 105 

Busby, Roy Alex ...................... 343 

Busch, Mary Carol ............. 61, 192, 388 

Bushong, Clendon F ................... 322 

Bushnell, Charlotte Anne ............... 193 

Bussey, James Leon ................... 116 

Butler, David Ray ................ 249, 321 

Butler, Nell ........................... 71 

Butler, John Terence ............... 405 

Buttery, Dorothy Alice ............. 26, 388 

Butz, Karl Theodore ...... 61, 111, 276, 277, 



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Buzbee, Charles A 

Buzbee, James Meredith 

Byargeon, Ann ................... , 

Bybee, Hal. P ..................... 348, 410 

Byerly, James Scott ................... 257 

Byers, Paul W ........................ 398 

Bynes, Ronald Lee .................... 400 

Bynum, Bebe ......................... 493 

Bynum, Mary Elizabeth. . .71, 100, 101, 212, 

213, 388, 404, 429 

Bynum, Thomasine, Allene .......... 32, 333 

Byram, Carricly Boykin ............ 61 , 203 

Byram, Ronald W ..................... 22 

Byrd, D. Harold ...................... 390 

Byrd, James Martin ................... 244 

Byrd, Mary V ..................... 61,387 

Byrd, William Martin ...... 32, 236, 288, 325 

Byrd, William Weldon ............. 244, 352 

Byrnes, Diana Ethel ............... 213, 337 

Byrnes, Howard Parnell, Jr ....... 22, 61, 401 

Byrns, R. Elwyn ..................... 348 



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Cabaness, William Ralph, Jr 

Cabaniss, Charles Davis 

Cabaniss, Sarah Delores 

Cabello, Rupio 

Cable, Olin Ray, Jr 

Cactus 

Cade, Paul Edward 

Cadena, Frank Thomas 

Cadenhead, Ernest F 

Cadenhead, Thomas Lee . 
Cahill, Wilbur Patrick. . . . 
Cahoon, John Edward, Jr. 

Cain, Claudette 

Cain, Para Lee 

Calaway, James Carroll . . . 300, 343, 

Calbaugh, Stephen E 

Caldeira, Peggy 

Calderon, Miguel M 

Caldwell, Angela, 212, 345, 350, 377, 
491, 496 

Caldwell, Conway Eugene 

Caldwell, Jo Ann 61,190, 

Caldwell, Josef 

Caldwell, Leland Courtney 

Caldwell, Malvin Keith 32, 

Caldwell, Patton H 

Caldwell, W. LaNelle 

Calen, Wlliam J 

Calhoun, Charles Galloway, Jr. .234, 

Calhoun, John C 

Calkins, Carita Joan. . .71, 206, 496, 

Calkins, Howard A 

Callahan, Lenna Fae 

Callahan, Leora May 

Callaway, Barbara Ann 199, 



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Callaway, Katherine McLaurin .32, 220, 490 
Callaway, Sandra Ann 61 
Callawav, Wesley Monroe, Jr. 81, 127, 275 
Gallery, Charles Hylton, Jr 71. 129. 296 


Galloway, Sandra Ann .... 
Cameron, Donna 
Cameron, Dougal A 
Cameron, Elizabeth Ann .... 

Cameron, Mary Jane 
Cammack, Billy Eugene. . . . 
Cammaek, Virgil E 
Camp, Barbara Sue 


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Campbell, Bob Ware 


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Campbell, Jerc Johnson 71, 221 

Campbell, Mary Louise 202, 333 

Campbell, Robert C 342 

Campbell, Stewart Maxwell 127, 133 

Campbell, Rue 71 

Campbell, William Jackson 128, 414 

Campbell, William Rex 81, 269 

Campos, John L 391 

Campos, Rudy M 299 

Campus League o/ Women Voters 404 

Canales, Bill 325 

Canales, Joe 324 

Canales, Jose Raquel 33, 400 

Cannon, Carol Lou R 198 

Cannon, Garland Hampton, Jr 263 

Cannon, Marilyn Jo 410, 417, 334, 496 

Cannon, Roscoe Hartt, Jr 129 

Canterbury Club . . .405 

Cantrell, Edwin Bently, III 300, 387 

Cantu, Ruben 391 

Canuteson, Don G 321 

Cantwell, William Cunningham. 33, 236, 319 

Cap and Gown 406 

Capello, Josephine Mary 345 

Capps, Chirlene 71, 220 

Capps, Sally Kathron.61, 100, 101, 190, 424 

Caranor, Patricia Ann 62 

Caraway, Thomas Dale 316 

Garden, Ralph Hugh 320, 430 

Carden, VVelson E 61, 116 

Cardwell, Elizabeth Lell 33, 224, 402 

Cargill, Jerry Van 304 

Carl, William Paul 132 

Carlisle, Charlotte 96, 212 

Carlton, James Dawson 232, 468 

Carlton, Joe 471 

Carlton, John David 71, 258, 305 

Carmichatl, Alan Eugene 341 

Carmicheal, Alan R. .296,483 

Carnell, Robert Edward 33, 398 

Carnes, Sharon Gene 81 

Carolan, Bettye Joanne 81, 211, 336, 404 

Carotkers Dormitory 333 

Carpenter, Donald Wilson 316 

Carpenter, Edward L 294 

Carpenter, Jean Elizabeth 336 

Carpenter, Kay Patricia 388 

Carper, Edmond Ray 297 

Carr, John Daniel 236 

Carr, Mary Margaret 333 

Carr, SeligH 272,352 

Carr, William Bernard 398 

Carrasco, Lisimaco Henk 81 

Carrell, Theresa 125 

Carroll, Barbara Eliine ... ...431 

Carroll, B. Jack 292 

Carroll, Gay ...113 

Carroll, Helen Ann 33,196 

Carroll, Howard Franklin 335 

Carroll, John 243 

Carroll, Johnnie Charles 33, 387 

Carroll, Mary Joe Duraing 119 

Carrothers, Caroline Lee 71 

Carruth, Glenn 341, 381, 484 

Carruth, Lloyd Brent 81, 269, 305 

Carruth, Robert Bruce 234, 309, 409 

Carsey, J. Ben, Jr 410 

Carsey, Robert C, Jr 33, 270 

Carson, Bonnie Jean 33, 196, 403 

Carson, Joel L 319 

Carson, Joseph Stuart, 256, 322, 453, 468, 469 

Carson, Morton S 260, 315 

Carson, Ralph Vaughn, Jr 236 

Carson, Robert Lee 250, 315, 468, 470 

Carten, Thomas Larry 81, 294 

Carter, Boyd Eugene, Jr 81 

Carter, Carolyn Kent. .81, 112, 221, 362, 370 

Carter, Helen Jane 220 

Carter, Jack Lee 71, 275 

Carter, James Byars 233, 429 

Carter, James Fletcher (Jim) 71, 324 

Carter, John Paul, Rev 427 

Carter, M. Carolyn 71, 345 

Carter, Margaret Ruth 71, 202, 337 

Carter, Patricia 333 

Carter, Robert Wesley 429 

Carter, Shelby Henry 276 

Carter, Williim DawsDa 237 

Carter, William Junius 127 

Caruthers, James 473 

Caruthers, Richard B 325 

Carvajal, Richard Deane 97, 263, 294 

Carver, Mary 33, 115 

Cartwright, Charles Nelson 235, 348 

Casey, Bertha Florence 125 

Casey, Constance Jean 81, 205, 409 

Casey, Doris Corine. . 33, 193, 333, 493, 496 

Casey, Mary Josephine 125 

Casey, Mary Louise 338, 419 

Cashin, Jack William Ill, 114 

Caskey, Flavil H 116 



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C**, Shelia 
Caspara. Anthony Drakr 
Cm, Frank Winklcr 
Canelt. Dwight E. 



420 
207 
249 

320. 387 
33. 292 



. 

OMtaneda. Consuela Dolores 382, 428. 431 
Caitwl, Dana B ....................... 1 10 

Cantellanos, Jew Kamin ................ 419 

Castello, Alfred Richard ............ 263,419 

Castillon, Belly M ..................... 411 

CasliUon, Carlos ..... 415 

Castleberry. Mary Ua ......... 81. 20S. 337, 

427, 430 
Castner, Willis Hunt, II ............ tl. 284 

Casto, David D ....................... 300 

Castro, John Manuel .................. 239 

Castro, Raul, Jr ....................... 294 

Caswell. Mary Claire 112, 21S, 490 

Calm, Jack Le* ....................... 397 

Cathey. Sondra Kay 81, 225, 362, 369 

Catlow, Alfred Gregory, 250, 288, 322, 352, 3K6 
Caton, Mary Kay ................. 81, 225 

Caton. Robert Stanley 267, 308. 397 

Callerton, Jaynet ..................... 206 

Catto, Jane Gray ...................... 217 

Cavuos. Diana Margot ................ 338 

Cavender, James Milton 270,288,322. 

349, 484 
Cavileer, Jacquelynn Ann .............. 198 

Cavin, Martha ........................ 334 

Cavnen. C. H. .113 

Cavnese, Leslie W ..................... 297 

Cawthron. Mack Bailey ....... 244, 321. 480 

Cecil, Jean .................... 61, 216, 421 

Cerny, Joseph George .................. 419 

Cha, Alfred ........................... 488 

Chacon. Martin, Jr .................... 415 

Chai. Hi-Chang 33, 127, 133, 388, 429, 501 
Chalmers, Thomas C., Jr ........ 71, 387, 409 

Chamberlain, Elliot Aiken 274, 292 

Chambers. Anne ........... 98, 100, 126, 134 

Chambers, Kinder M ............... 292, 399 

Chambers, Leonard Alvin ........... 81, 391 

Chambers, Nancy Clirise .............. 225 

Chamness, Gloria Ann ............. 220, 412 

Champion, Ignacio .................... 484 

Chance, John Barnes .................. 286 

Chancellor. J. Camden .......... 61, 109, 274 

Chandler, Burton Bryant ....... 1 14, 132 

Chandler. Dan Dean .......... 248,305 

Chandler, Hucl Homer, Jr. . . . 252 

Chandler, Jerry Terrill 244, 321, 387 

Chandler, Paul Wynn. Jr ............... 33 

Chaney, Martin Hester ............ 240, 305 

Chapman, Charles Coopwood, 71, 326, 339, 391 
Chapman. Henry Alyan ................ 258 

Chapman, Henry Wilson ............... 461 

Chapman, James ...................... 239 

Chapman, Jo Anne .................... 112 

Chapman, Johanna Rea ................ 71 

Chapman, Josephine Margaret .......... 350 

Chapman, Margaret E ................. 125 

Chapman, Mildred Sue ........... 206. 423 

Chapman. William WhitBeld, 61, 270, 321, 481 
Charpentier, Monroe N ................. 322 

Chaskin, Meyer ....................... 280 

Chasnoff. Joseph .............. 280, 281, 325 

Chastain, Jerry L. ..................... 314 

Chatham, Dudley Aldridge 248, 320 

Chatman, Phillip Kirk ............. 262, 319 

Chaudoin, Joan 61, 137, 224, 225. 356. 

362, 371 
Cheavens, Ann ........................ 220 

Cheavens, Thomas Henry .............. 268 

Cheek. James A ...................... 498 

Chenault. Wincie M .................... 388 

Cherry, Jack Wilburn ........... 401 

Chervenka, Calvin Coolidge .26, 127. 132, 
401,408 
Chick. Charles Eugene ................ 305 

Chidgey, Cecile Ray 202 

Childreas. Luther Lee 299, 342 

Chilton, Christine Mary 33. 134, 214 

Chilton. Nancy Ann ....... 61, 332, 412. 429 

CAi Omtga ........................ 202, 203 

CAi Pki 236.237 

Chipman, Ann 137, 214. 320, 333. 357. 490 
Chit wood. John Carroll, Jr. 243 

Cho. Alfred Chih-Fang .............. 26, 498 

Choat, Glenda Purcell ................ 61 

Chodorow, Greta Lynn ............ 81, 223 

Chodorow, Stan ........ 93.272,273,349 

Chopa, Consuelo ....... 338 

Cbrati. Hill .................... Ill 

Christe. William Jack ......... 250, 318, 481 

Christian. Ava Clair .................. 224 

Christian. Ivella James ................. 125 

Christian, Ralph Neill ................ 400 

I'hn-t. risen, Charles March ............ 248 

( 'hristfiisen, Janice ................... 129 

Christensen, Christian Lauritha ......... 249 

Chrwtcnson, Esther Evelyn ..... 33, 115, 122. 

345. 417 
Chromchak, Rudy Wayne .......... 342, 387 

Chumney. Pat Swearingen ............. 2M 

Chupick. Mary Frances 61, 224, 351, 360, 

362, 407. 412 
Chupik. Patricia Jcanetle .............. 71 

ill. Donald Paul ................. 33 

Chut.'. Aaron Hamilton ................ 114 

Ciarlariello, Milton .................... 387 

Cisneros, Behe Irene .......... 81, 219, 496 

Cisneros, Edna E. ............ 119 

Claeys. Jean Emily ................. 33, 210 

Claiborm-, Marilyn Klizalx-tli 33,206 

Clancy. Hcrt.Tt 1-eland, Jr. 252. 299 

Clanton, Marvin J. 294 

Clanton. I'el S ......... 33, 300 

Clardy, Catherine Jones 115 

Clark, Annetta J ....... 33, 93. 192. 324. 381, 

406, 409. 422 



Wi. I'ayn 

Clark. Billy T. 400 

Clark, Charles T 15. 1 18, 348 

Clark. Connie E (1 

Clark, Donald Franklin 33,420 

Clark, Daniel Mason ...111 

Clark, Gerry 386 

Clark. Howard John 288, 297, 302, 348. 

352,383 

Clark, Jack C 61,239,327 

Clark. Jim Martin 276, 323 

Clark, John Walter 127, 314 

Clark. Judy Elizabeth 221 

Clark, Knox Bledsoe 243 

Clark, Leonard Howard 390 

Clark. Kaye Love 61, 192, 388, 404, 422 

Clark, Marlene Joy 208 

Clirk, Robert W 296, 342, 485 

Clark, Robert L 295 

Clark, Shirley Randall 71, 198 

Clark, Sue 81,225,337,404,491 

Clark, Ted 81 

Clark, Whit 255, 295 

Clark, William Bruton 391 

Clark, William Henry, III 254, 320, 352 

Clarke, Edith 117, 133,217 

Clarke, Nancy L 203. 405 

Clarke, Nancy C 497 

Clarke. Nancy Margaret 61 

Clarver, Mary 405 

Clwy. Barbara 125 

Clary, John A 33, 129, 291, 430 

Claunch, James Malcolm 274, 483 

Clawson, Donald Veane 423 

Clay, Betty 409 

Clay, Mary 409 

Clayton, Chester Arthur 127 

Clayton, Eugene 483 

Clayton, Frank 269, 317 

Clayton, H. E 337 

Clayton, Nancy Ann 201, 336, 429 

Clayton, Philip M 71, 300, 301 

Cliyton, William L 114 

Clegg, Marshall T 33, 256, 298, 349 

Clein, Shirley Ann 81, 209 

Clement, Everett Foy, 127, 383, 393, 409. 427 
Clements, Jamie Hagger 126, 258, 352 

Clements, Q. Coleen 33, 115 

Clements, Sara Lu 202 

Clemmons, Robert E 288 

Clemmons, Tommy J 33 

Clemens, Robert Ewing 288. 349. 350 

Clendenen, James R 127, 399 

Cleveland, Clark M 133 

Click, Lloyd Loring 17,261 

Clifton, Donald Bedwell 61 

Clifton. Opal LaVerne 337, 493 

Cline, Bill 437 

Cline, Bobby James 33, 286, 287, 288 

Cline, Ernest D 311,328 

Cline, John Victor 71, 111, 127, 248, 326 

Cline, Max Ray 81 

Cline, Mike Edward 289 

Cline, William A 22, 250, 322, 335 

Clinkscales, Paul A 81, 293, 391 

Clore, Elizabeth Ann 405 

Close, Florence Ladell 61 

Cloud, Betty Eileen 61 

Clcud, Byron L., Jr 294 

Cloud, Joan 81, 215, 496 

Clowe, C. Thomas 109, 321, 274 

Cloyde, William Preston 236 

Clubt 395 

Cluck, Chester Albert 278 

Clutts. AlvaM 114 

Coats, James Vincent 335. 452 

Cobb, Dolores Cecilia 33. 212 

Cobb, Dow C 400 

Cobb, Jan Maurice 71, 97, 261 

Cobb, Timothy Buckley 126 

Cochran, John Devin 71,351 

Cochran, John Leslie 405, 421 

Cochran. Lamont Martin 61, 240, 305 

Cocke, Bartlett, III 270, 325. 349 

Cocke, Catherine 33, 216 

Cocke, Diane Frances 345 

Cockrell, John Harrison 61, 253 

Cockrum, Peggy Lord .102, 104, 105. 134. 

345. 351 

Cody. V.Frank 71 

Coe, Carolyn Ann 333, 405, 427 

Coe, William Douglas 61 

Co-Ed Auembly 407 

Coffee, Robert Franklin 257, 294 

Coffeen. Hale L 397, 400 

Coffin, Gloria Faith 81, 497 

Coffin, Shirley Ann 81 

Coffman, Elbert Joseph 270 

Coff man, James A 290 

Coffman, Joe 482, 484 

Coffman, Ralph E. 34 

Coffman, Shirley Belle 215 

Cogburn, Edmund Lewis 126, 228, 288, 

299,389 

Coghlin. Robert L. 321, 481, 484 

Cohen, Barry L 61, 230 

Cohen, Elliot Zalman .61, 264, 288, 319. 352 

Cohen. Irma Jean \ 208. 489 

Cohen. Malcolm Hugh 264 

Cohen, Shirley 81, 209, 404, 411 

Cohen, Sylvia Lynn 71, 194, 387, 489 

Cohn, William t. 61 

Colhath, Shirley Brown 34, 218 

Colbert, Lester L. 114 

Colbournc, Richard Kay 278 

Colburn. Frank William Ill 

C..ltmry. Gay 81.215,337.405 

Colby. Malcolm Young 277 

Colby. John Rogers 300 

Cole, Dwight Lane 299 

Cole. Harry Eugene 339. 391 

Cole. John Martin 278 



A'omr Pagrt 

Cole, John Water, Jr. 

Cole, Robert Crowell 81, 348, 391 

Cole, Robert Lester 278 

Coleman, Dabney Wharton 254, 321 

Colcman. Irwin Weldon, Jr 248, 324 

Coleman, Joyce 491, 498. 498 

Coleman, Lee Walaee 235. 317 

Coleman, Patricia Ann 81, 193, 493 

Coleman, Sue Ellen 97, 207 

Coleman, V. Eliiabeth 61, 190, 491 

Coles, Roy Davis 34, 133, 430 

Colier, John 386 

Collard, Clarence 487 

Collenback, William G. . 296 

Collette. Ann 71, 210, 226. 493 

Colley. Mary Hugh 191, 493, 494, 496, 

497, 498 

Collie, Daniel Lane 270,271 

Collier. Margaret Earle 202, 203 

Collier, Mrs. T. L 270 

Collier, William John 275, 317 

Collins, Anne ..61 

Collins, Carroll Wright 24', 304 

Collins, Charles Garland 249, 389 

Collins, Claudia Anne 225, 404. 409 

Collins, Eugene Wallace 234 

Collins, James Hubert 269 

Collins, Janet Ruth 81, 96, 193, 428 

Collins, Mrs. Jerrie 408 

Collins, Jerry Hicks 408, 410 

Collins, John Michael 124, 127, 306 

Collins, Lucien H 81, 253 

Collins, Robert Sebum, Jr 252, 326, 429 

Collins, Sidney Ann 215 

Collins, William David 307 

Collonge, Marie 34, 216 

Collum, James H 97, 261, 348 

Colter, Baker 348 

Coltharp, Marcellus Theriot 306, 348 

Colvin, George H 34, 270 

Colvin, Jacob Riley 258 

Colvin. Sally Lyle 225 

Colwell, Betty Lou 345 

Colwick, Harold Douglas 71, 246, 321 

Combs, Roland Stafford 34, 419 

Comer, John Keith 299, 301 

Conatser, John M 26, 342, 405 

Condon, Minnie Lozier 125 

Conger, Roger Lacy 81, 253, 318 

Conklin, Robert Byron 405 

Conlon, John Loftin 418,423 

Connell, Rodger Vance 309, 386, 391 

Connelly, Donald Lawrence, 250, 321, 419, 

481, 482, 488 

Connelly, Thomas Hoenig 250, 325 

Connelly, Clark J 320 

Conoley, Eugene 484 

Conradt, Letha A 125 

Conrey, Martyn, Mrs 338 

Conroy, Nancy Jay 345 

Constans, Edith Virginia 216, 334, 405 

Constant, Robert H 314 

Consuegra, Marie A 345 

Conti, Katherine Wilhelmine 119 

Conway, John Spencer 249, 410 

Cook, Beverly Jean 81 

Cook, Carol 210, 226, 378, 392, 407 

Cook, Charles Peak 253, 306 

Cook. Dorothy Helen 115. 204, 402 

Cook, Harlon C., Jr 71 

Cook, James Michael 299, 393 

Cook, Jan 497 

Cook, Joe H 318 

Cook, Katherine 125 

Cook, Kenneth Earl 296, 335, 452 

Cook, Matthew William, II 269 

Cook, Reuben D 400, 430 

Cooke, Claude E., Jr 248, 339 

Cooke, Diane F 407 

Cooke, William Peyton, Jr 81, 259, 309 

Cooksey, James Maxwell 34, 127, 133, 413 

Coolidge, Lee Coleman 287 

Cooney, William Bernard 34, 276, 348 

Cooper, Albert Everett 133, 275 

Cooper, Benny Rex 61, 321 

Cooper, Bette Joy 222, 223 

Cooper, Marcia Beth 81, 121, 199. 387 

Cooper, Mary Dee 81, 21 1, 405 

Cooper, Nancy Gail 81, 207, 332. 428 

Cooper, Nina Ruth 34, 333 

Cooper, Norman R 127, 133 

Cooper, Ray Earl 34, 117, 133, 398 

Cooper, Vina Bell 81 

Copeland, Don Lee 129. 291 

Copeland, Harry E., Jr 26, 109. 254 

Copeland, Jerald Dion, 71, 260. 296, 348. 461 
Copeland, Joanna 81, 112, 211, 404, 411 

Corder, Geneva 125 

Corenbleth, Sara Janet . ... 71, 194, 340. 351, 
392. 424 

Cornelius, Norman G 341, 409 

Cornell, David 133 

Cornell, Robert King, 61, 111, 288, 299, 409 

Cornell, Mickey D 34, 414 

Corrin. Jane Carol 216 

Corrollo, Eloise Ann 81, 211. 338 

Cortelyou. William Totten 245 

Cortes, Earl Edwin 270, 271, 322 

Cortel, Joseph 299, 335, 454 

Corwin. Mary Robin 204 

Cotner, Robert Crawford 260 

Gotten. Addison Joel 397, 400 

Cotlen. Relmon Emory 410 

Cotter, Wayne Alton .34 

Coughlin, Ed. T 257. 300 

Coughlin. Lawrence Marius 419, 484 

Coughlin, Robert Lyle 341 

Couibourn, Samuel William 81 

Coulter, Ashton Baker 81, 351 

Courtney, Albert Kenneth " 34 

Courtney, Willie Laura 81, 386, 412 



.Vamr Pagrt 

Couvillion. Nancy Jane 61, 190, 360, 362 

Covington, Clarke 71, 326 

Coward. Connie Edward 417 

Cowan, David Douglas 71 

Cowan, Jimmy Corrine 191, 362 

Cowan. Vcnita Rae 71,190 

Cowden, Mary Lee 34, 216, 402 

Cowgill, Johnie M 345 

Cowser, Rieemary 218 

Cox, Albert Harrington, Jr., 61. 234. 349, 487 

Cox, Bobby Ray 309 

Cox, David Michael 81, 237, 300 

Cox, Donald O'Neal 419 

Cox, Elton E. tl 

Cox, Franklin Lanier 267 

Cox, J. E 81 

Cox. James Alden 399 

Cox, John Baker 341, 420, 481, 482, 484 

Cox, Joseph E. 319 

Cox, Keith Kohn 34, 113, 348, 417 

Cox, Kenneth Jackson . 34, 117, 133, 348, 

373, 398 

Cox, Neil Darrel 324,344 

Cox. Patricia Ann 34, 200, 351, 362, 406, 

426, 430 

Cox, R. Earl 250 

Cox, Ted Donald 81, 315, 348 

Cox, Wayne Edward 266 

Crabtree, Nancy 206 

Craddock, Jamison Patrick 248 

Craddock, Lane Dale 34 

Craft, Herbert M 61, 279 

Crager, Minor Bechelt 71, 286, 295 

Craig, Connie Arden 204 

Craig, Conway 22 

Craig, Gordon A 274 

Craig, Homer Vincent 259 

Craig, Paul Crim 71 

Crain, Cullen Malone 117, 133 

Crain, Ervin Terry 391 

Crain, Forest B 311 

Crain, J. C 294 

Grain, John V'alvin 233 

Grain, Lois Kingsley 81, 217, 490 

Crainer, Emma Jean 34, 196 

Cralle. Robert Parker 61, 293, 397 

Cramer, Arthur Searles, Jr 235 

Cramer, Marjorie Ann, 71, 214, 332, 402, 405 

Cramer, William Monroe 398 

Crane, Michael Neil 217 

Cranfill, Thomas Mabry 1 15, 255 

Cranor, Forresl Carllon 276 

Craven, Phyllis Marie 213. 338 

Cravens, James R 325, 350 

Crawford. Adele 62, 94, 212, 226, 351. 427, 

495, 497 

Crawford, Arlie Jeanette 218 

Crawford, Bonnie Jo 34, 336, 392 

Crawford, Frances 125 

Crawford, John Dunlap 349, 453 

Crawford, John Lacy 278, 297 

Crawfrod, Nancy H 62, 206 

Crawford, Norma Plyler 34 

Crawford, Robert Fields 26 

Craycrofl, John Thomas 284, 288 

Crenshaw, Beverly Ann 345 

Crenshaw, Willis Pownell 399 

Crews, Belly Lou 62, 224 

Cribble. Roberl Fonda 259 

Cricchio, Frank Edward, 3, 81, 104, 105, 263, 

315.419 

Crippen, Barbara 345 

Crippen, Mazie Carlene 345 

Critchfield, Lillie 81,211 

Crillenden, Nora Alice 34, 332 

Crittenden, Tom 482 

Crixell, Frank, Jr 391 

Crixell, Vincent 127. 348, 391 

Crocker, Clinton P 34, 133, 399 

Crockett. Barbara 204, 402 

Crockett, John A. Dr 261 

Crockett. Francis Wayne 105, 334 

Crockett, Morton H., Jr 390, 391 

Crofford, William L 110 

Crofts, Carolyn M 405 

Crofts, Dan W 81, 243, 315 

Cromack, John Robert 266, 405 

Cromwell, Todd P 81, 275 

Cron, John Shrigley 242 

Cronlel, Argentine Mary 1 19, 415 

Cronfel, Sarah 415 

Cronfel, Stella 362, 415 

Cronin, John Bertram 81 

Crock, Larry . .. 349 

Crosby, Margaret Ann 490 

Croslin. John D 315 

Cross, Frank Warren 228 

Cross, Kay 71,203 

Cross, Wilfred Arthur 128 

Grossman, Ronald Charles .71, 234, 235, 322 

Crow, George Clifford 398 

Crow, Johanna Ruth 34, 200. 412 

Crow. Norma Jean . 71. 206, 362, 368. 404 

Crowe, J. P 3 

Crowley, George Allen 258, 299, 349 

Crownover, James D 62, 401 

Crowther, Sam 81, 257, 315 

Cruikshank, Thomas Henry 245 

Crum, Harry Lee 132 

Crumpacker, Ernesl Lee 233, 319 

Crulchfield. C. ^ohron, Jr 390, 391 

Crutchfield. Cicero C 326 

Crutchfield, Franklin Derry 229, 305 

Cu.1.1. DeWitt William 299 

Cude, Walton 100 

CueUar, Homero 317, 396 

Culbert, Carolyn June 214 

Culberlson. Jarquelyn, 62, 200, 340, 351, 421 

Cullen, Edward John 26, 427 

Cullinan, Thomas Anthony 234 

Cullum. Selbia Chilke 71. 221 



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Culver, Carolyn Marcel 62, 211, 387 

Culver, Edwina 202 

Culver, Joe Howard 244 

Culver, Nova M 132 

Cummings, Jack Ed 62 

Cummings, Katherine 81 

Cummings, Robert Dale 127 

Cummins, Ben Milton 71, 127, 339 

Cummins, Katherine 221 

Cundiff, Dixie 34, 130, 190, 386, 491 

Cundiff, Ellsworth James, II 81 

Cundiff, Emily Ann 81, 191, 491 

Cunningham, Donald Wayne, III .295, 420 

Cunningham, Jane 81, 336 

Cunningham, Jeanne Louise 345 

Cunningham, John Francis 71 

Cunningham, Kirby 71 

Cunningham, Norman Douglas 124, 316 

Cunningham, Phoebe J 34, 403, 412, 419 

Cunningham, Wehma Jean 497 

Cunningham, William Aaron, Jr. ... 118, 133, 
259, 314 

Cunningham, Zella 403 

Curbo, Charles Edgar Ill 

Curley, Anna Jean 217 

Curran, Celeste 205 

Curran, Lillian 125 

Currier, Alma Joye 345, 494 

Curry, Alfred Foy, III 62, 252, 325 

Curry, Gene W 300 

Curry, Richard E 62, 100, 101, 103 

Curtain Club 387 

Curtice, David Kolbe 34, 410 

Curtis, Eck 436, 437 

Curtis, Harold Francis 252, 288 

Curtis, John Benson 253 

Curtis, Norma Jean 212, 497 

Curtis, Robert Perry 34,124 

Cusenbary, Charles Lee 244 

Cutbirth, J. Brown 22 

Cutbirth, Sandra Ann 71, 216 

Cutbirth, William Murray 81, 454 

Cuthrell, Robert Eugene 274, 314 

CzeekCluk... 408 



D'Arcy, Gerald P 325 

Dabanlis, Catherine 81 

Dabbs, Kenneth D 295 

Dabney, Allan Lancaster 126, 238 

Dabney, Patsy Ruth 62, 223, 402 

Dud's Aiiodatim 22 

Daggett, Mary Adele 71, 97, 207, 338 

Dahbour, Albert Saba 409 

Dahl, Thomas Lee 267, 317, 408 

Dahlin, Roland Edmund 82, 127, 244, 

327, 427 

Daily, Dorothy Jo 71, 194, 404, 424 

Daily, Richard L 82 

Dale, Alfred George 132 

Dale, David Shelby 127, 350, 481 

Dale, David 468 

Dalins, Ilmara 26, 417 

Dallenbach, Karl M 247 

Dalley, Joseph Winthrop 127 

Dalrymple, Stephen Harris 229, 408 

Dalton, James Lawrence 71, 409, 423 

Damon, Ann 62, 212, 213 

Damon, Henry Gordon 276, 410 

Damrel, Mary 71, 387, 392 

Dancy, Bettie M., 62, 220, 358, 362, 404, 426 

Dancy, Janette Jean 103, 134, 336 

Danford, Roy, Jr 82, 267, 299 

Daniel, Frances Shiree, 62, 96, 190, 362, 382, 
407, 412, 428, 430, 495, 497 

Daniel, Robert Glenn 62 

Daniel, Robert T., Jr 259 

Daniel, Wendell Butler 124 

Daniels, Eddie Joe 299, 335, 420 

Daniels, Howard M 113 

Danilin, Helen 411 

Dann, Tyler 484, 486 

Dannenbaum, Mary Elizabeth, 337, 405, 411 

Danner, Helen 99 

Danner, Paul 35, 99 

Danze, Leopold P 320 

Danziger, Nancy Beth 62 

Dapper, Douglas Shultl 234, 305 

Daria, Maurice 295 

Darden, William E 13 

Darrah, Margie 71, 191, 333 

Darwin, James Thomas, Jr 317, 391 

Darwin, Patricia E 201 

Daugherty, Bailey E., Jr 127 

Daugherty, Jerry 71 

Daugherty, Olen Joe 306 

Daugherty, Ralph Howard, Jr 274, 315 

Daumas, Felix 487 

Davant, Robert M 62 

Davenport, Billy B 121 

Davenport, John Nigel 235 

Davenport, Shirley Kathryn 71, 217 

David, Agnes G 345, 387 

David, Warren E 300 

Davidson, Doris Marie 35, 206, 207 

Davidson, John Wesley 236, 316, 325 

Davidson, Pauline Evon 198 

Davies, Donald C 293 

Davies, Tom E 318 

Davies, Tom E 72, 260 

Davila, Celia 35 

Davilla, Hector S 293 

Davis, Ann 72, 217, 387, 392 

Davis, Annazell Elizabeth 72, 340 

Davis, Benjamin Roberta 417 

Davis, Billy Dean 35, 390, 391, 420 

Davis, Bob W 295 

Davis, Carolyn Glynne 192 

Davis, Charles E, II 72 



.Vamf Pagft 

Davis, Dennis S Ill 

Davis, Donald Harold 401 

Davis, Don Morris 229, 240 

Davis, Donna Evelyn 35, 115, 332 

Davis, Don Wallace 62, 229, 325 

Davis, Doris 82, 223 

Davis, Ernst Michael 391, 419 

Davis, Frances Starr . 35, 115, 204, 406, 422 

Davis, Gayle 345, 417 

Davis, Guy Allen 423 

Davis, Howard Wayne 398 

Davis, John Marie, Sister 125 

Davis, James Burton 72 

Davis, James Clarence 420 

Davis, James Edward 452 

Davis, James E 296, 300, 335 

Davis, Jeff, Jr 276, 484 

Davis, Jimmy Artis 62, 309 

Davis, Jimmie Joe 127 

Davis, Joe Elliott, Jr 127, 245, 306 

Davis, Joe 483, 488 

Davis, John E 414 

Davis, John Powell 242, 243, 401 

Davis, Katheryn Louise 62, 205, 333 

Davis, Marie Kate, 62, 345, 420, 491, 494, 496 

Davis, Marilyn Enid 195 

Davis, Minor Wallace, Jr 279, 316 

Davis, Morgan Jefferson, Jr 240 

Davis, Nancy Jane 82, 219, 419 

Davis, Neal 240,480 

Davis, Noah Lee, Jr 232 

Davis, NorrisG 131 

Davis, Patricia Ann 82, 1 15, 21 1 

Davis, Perry Dupree, Jr 278, 349, 393 

Davis, Richard Hugh 62, 255, 305 

Davis, Richard Lyle 228 

Davis, Richard 311 

Davis, Robert W 23 

Davis, Ronnie L 82 

Davis, Roy Arthur, Jr 397 

Davis, Sidney K 297 

Davis, Stanley Kent 249 

Davis, Tommy W 350 

Davis, Warren Eugene 249 

Davison, Robert L 419 

Davison, Robert Lee 127 

Davison, Robert Lee 335 

Dawe, Jessamon 125 

Dawes, John Thomas 339, 389 

Dawkins, Doug 437 

Dawrin, James Thomas 390 

Dawson, Gilbert Henry. . . .278, 335, 439, 484 

Dawson, Gib 437 

Dawson, Gilbert H 453 

Dawson, Thomas Frederick 391 

Day, Carolyn Jean 213 

Day, Gabriella 125 

Day, Howard 72, 242, 295 

Day, James Coleman, Jr 62, 266 

Day, James M 295 

Day, Samuel James 286 

Day, Wilburn Leigh 295 

Daywood, Joe H 315, 328 

Deakins, Glenn E 117, 398 

Deal, Don 409 

Deal, Elise 82,215 

Dean, Alan 228 

Dean, Billy Don 235, 317 

Dean, Garland Ray 386 

Dean, Jean Orr 62, 202, 386 

Dean, M. Evelyn 62, 120 

Deane, Granville Mitchell, Jr 278 

Dear, Wayne Englehardt 72, 244, 306 

Deathe, Helen Norwood 199 

Deaver, Dorothy Inge 62, 333, 404, 427 

Denver, Jackie R 393 

Deaver, John Randolph 240 

Dechard, George Michael 110, 127 

Decherd, Milton Edmund, Jr 72, 299 

Dechman, Janis Marie, 121, 210, 215, 407, 412 

Dedeke, Leslie Alfred, Jr 308 

Deel, Phyllis Ann 35 

Dees, Reagan Wood 116 

Defrates, Clyde, Jr 400 

Deihl, William Howard 386, 430 

de la Garza, Elena 415 

delaGarza, Leonor 338, 415 

Delaney, Wayne Edwird 298, 335, 437, 

468, 469 

de la Rosa, Jerry Heinan 238, 295 

de la Rosa, Raul 396 

DeLeon, Dora Lucilla 82, 338 

DeLoach, JoAnn 214 

Delta Chi 238,239 

Delia Delta Delta 204 

Delia Gamma 206, 207 

Delta Kappa Epsilm 240, 241 

Delta Phi Epsilm 208, 209 

Delta Sigma Phi 242, 243 

Delta Tau Delia 244, 245 

Delta Uptilon 246, 247 

Delta Zeta 210, 21 1 

DeMoss, Edward Eugene. . .35, 133, 292, 399 

DeMoss, Harold Raymond 245 

Denard, Dorothy Ann 343, 412, 491 

Denman, Charlotte Rae, 62, 203, 334, 362, 429 
Denman, Marilyn Ida, 35, 205, 404, 412, 422 

Dennenbaum, Mary E 387 

Denney, Robbie Dell 214 

Dennis, Norma Sue 72 

Dennis, Tom Lorenzo, Jr 240, 398 

Denton, Marilyn Francis 97, 202, 422 

Depew, Wilson Eugene 35 

DeRese, Betty Bel 35, 210, 362 

Derick, Bill J 318 

Derrick, Delores 72, 200, 387 

Derrick, George Erwin 35, 258, 485 

Derrick, William James 82, 257 

Deshon, George E 114, 132 

DeStefano, Martin Joseph 246 

Dethloff, Henry Clay 82, 275, 306 



Name Pages 

Deutsch, Seymon Stanley 265, 314 

Deveny, Leon R 297 

Deveny, Yeoman Robert Lewis 304 

DeVerter, Paul L 293 

Devine, Patricia 62 

Deviney, Martin Lee, Jr 26, 429 

DeVore, Gerald Edmon 262 

Dew, Dana 72, 203 

DeWalch, Don P 271, 316 

DeWar, Robert Lee Ball . .62, 240, 307, 405 

DeWeese, Elizabeth Ann 191 

De Woody, Charles Ernest 397 

Deyhle, Ralph Edward 417 

Deyo, Sydney Yvonne 82, 193, 405 

d'Hemecourt, George Allou, Jr 26 

Dial, Preston H 349 

Diamond, Barbara 82, 195, 387 

Diamond. Louise 204, 421, 426 

Diamond, Paul Marker 230, 298 

Diaz. Carlos F 35, 325 

Diaz, Ramiro P 35 

Dick, James Alex 240 

Dick, Ronald K 294 

Dickard, Paul Franklin 22, 278, 318 

Dickens, Betty Ann 430 

Dickens, John Powers 260, 300 

Dickerson, Carolyn 214, 402 

Dickerson, Jo Ann 62, 98, 102, 134, 381 

Dickerson, Kent 430 

Dickerson, Robert W. B 260 

Dickey, Billy Melvin 275 

Dickey, Dena Lee 113, 430 

Dickey, Patricia M 82, 332, 362 

Dickimwn, Philip Blair 62, 257 

Dickinson, Travis Ray 240, 234 

Dickson, Dixie Ann 82, 386, 423 

Dickson, Dickie Lee 386 

Dickson, Henry Austin 82 

Dickson, Mary Katherine 201 

Dickson, Richard Lee 82 

Dicorte, Frank 484 

Diehl, William 124 

Diesem, Walter Franklin, Lt. Col.. . . 129, 290 

Dietz, Charles Walton 62, 410 

Dill, WhitC 295 

Dillee, Marguerite C 95 

Diller, John Elias 429 

Dillon, James J 35 

Dillon, Patricia Jane 62, 190, 351, 422 

Dilworth, Bonnie Sue 62, 224 

Dilworth, Patricia 215,405 

Dimand, Carolyn Jewell 96, 280, 412 

Dimmick, Deralee Ann 72, 197 

Dimmick, Lois Hughes 125 

Dingwall, Donald Colin 255 

Dinkins, Billy Frank 277 

Disch, William J 23 

Disciples Student Fellowship 409 

Dishongh, Charles Ray 228 

Dishongh, Dorothea Bachemin 350 

Dishroon, Carr Pritchett 276 

Dismukes, Barkley Woodward 278,484 

Dittert, J. Lee 22 

Ditto, James Charles 248, 398 

Divant, Robert 271 

Dixon, Irene 125 

Dixon, Jerald D 306 

Dixon, Paris Lane 35, 410 

Doane, Margaret Aiken 190, 422 

Dobard, Claude Edgar 261 

Dobbins, George Moye 248 

Dobe, E. J 487 

Dobyns, H. L 294 

Doche, Frederick Leon 259, 297 

Dockery, James Randel 258, 352 

Dockery, William Dee 258, 405 

Doctorman, William Owen, 72, 278, 288, 326 

Dodd, James Weldon 342 

Dodge, Nancy Mary 82, 197, 430 

Dodson, Dale R 35 

Dodson, Horace Leon, Jr 35, 268 

Dodson, Ted R 82, 296 

Doebbler, Gerald F 35 

Doerge, Robert F 128 

Doenng, Harold Gene 344 

Doerr, Gene 419 

Doke, Gerald Pirot 263, 419 

Dold, Robert B 62 

Dolich, Ira Jules 265, 327 

Doll, Paddy Ann 338 

Dolleg, Robert David, Jr 305 

Dolley, James Clay 14, 114 

Donaldson, George Atkinson 229, 409 

Donaldson, Katherin Woodson 405 

Donaldson, Robert Lee 274 

Doncaster, Malcolm Lawrence 82 

Dondlinger, William S 277 

Donigan, Marilyn Ruth 26 

Donovan, John Carl 236 

Dooley, Emily Estelle 112, 193 

Dooley, John Walter 391, 326 

Doolittle, Dan A 35 

Doores, Richard A 127 

Doreck, Ronald D 294, 410 

Dorfman, Lee H 35, 228, 391 

Dority, Guy E., Jr 35 

Dormi and Co-Ojw 331 

Dorn, Othelia Jerry 336 

Dorris, Linda Ray 62, 200, 340 

Dorset, Carolyn Bird 35, 216, 490 

Dorsey, Ann Gabrielle 333, 493 

Doss, Clarence M 409 

Doss, Travis Earl 82, 299 

Doty, E. William 19 

Doty, Gene C 319 

Doty, Robert Dupree . . 72, 270, 323, 482, 484 

Dougherty, Peggy A 72, 332 

Dougherty, Margaret 112 

Doughtie, Venton Levy, 127, 133, 278, 309, 485 

Douglas, Anne Carolyn 82, 205, 337 

Douglas, Mary Wilmoth 207 



Name Payet 

Douglas, Mike E. . .. . .315 

Douglass, Donald James 127, 129, 304 

Douglass, John Patrick 259, 317 

Douglass, Robert Raymond 19 

Douthit, Allie Durrell ... 127, 247, 386, 387 

Douty, Harry Lee 270, 323, 480, 482 

Dovalina, David 72 

Dow, Bernard Olter 230, 288, 352, 393 

Dow, Robert Leland 127, 305 

Dowfy, James R... 82,317 

Dowell, Caroline, 35, 125, 126, 206, 207, 350, 

407, 422, 427 

Dowell, Mary Patricia 125 

Dowlen, Geroge Evlall 429 

Downer, JoAnn 62, 332 

Doyle, Dan Peter Jr 255 

Drake, Royce Allison 405 

Draper, Barbara Ann. . .' 203 

Draper, Harold James Ill 

Draper, Jerry 97 

Draper, Robert E 350 

Draper, Robert Leon 133, 399 

Draoughon, Guy E 82, 318 

Draggors, Douglas R 327 

Dreux, Fernando 487 

Drews, Marvin Alex 127, 133 

Dreyer, Mary Elda 35, 412, 496 

Drilling, Joan R 208, 497 

Drisdale, Sally Ann 205, 405 

Driver, Tim 430 

Droll, Louis James ....419 

Druebert, Herman Hugs 400 

Drum ini HI, 1, Donald Ryan 72 

Drummond, Malcolm D 62 

Drumwright, Charles McNeill 26 

Dryden, Ruth Ann 97, 202, 210 

Dubois, Charlotte Estell 130, 191 

DuBose, Bill 436, 437 

DuBose, Charles Pat 103, 307 

DuBose, George Perry, Jr 409 

DuBose, Lucia 409 

DuBose. Mary Lynn 214, 490 

Ductoe, Thomas H 324 

Dudgeon, Johnnie J 268 

Duffy, Austin Richard 258 

Dugas, Louis 116 

Duggan, Fitzhugh Lee, Jr 60, 245 

Duggan, Noelie Anne 224, 292, 426 

Duke, Charlotte Octavia 197, 336 

Duke, James Reginald 415 

Duke, John Whitley 414 

Duke, Robert Charles 35, 118, 268 

DuLaney, Barbara 387 

DuLaney, Jack B 315, 351, 481 

Dull, Wanda Jean 337, 405 

Dumas, Genevieve Louise, 72, 1 12, 220, 405 
Dumbauld, Joan Beverly, 201, 292, 296, 334, 

404, 405, 489 

Dunagan, Eddie Demonn 35, 410 

Dunaway, Ben Carolyn 430 

Dunaway, Jack Quitman 398, 423 

Dunbar, Aubrey C 326 

Duncalf, Frederic, Jr 257 

Duncan, J. Donald 262, 288, 409 

Duncan, Kathleen E 333 

Duncan, Lloyd Justin 248, 325 

Duncan, Robert Lester Ill 

Duncan, W 485 

Duncan, Rufus Higginbotham 255, 405 

Duncan, William Land 131 

Dungan, David Summers 35, 111, 389 

Dunlap, Margaret Ann 72, 97, 216, 402 

405, 412 

Dunlap, Norma Dell 112, 387 

Dunlap, Patricia 217 

Dunn, Alice Elizabeth 212 

Dunn, Charles E 324 

Dunn, Jerome Richard 253, 305 

Dunn, Ruth 125 

Dunn, Samuel Sidney 133 

Dunnam, Mary Ann 72, 224 

Dunstan, Marilee 82, 96, 121, 199 

DuPriest, Jeanne 220 

Dupuy, Hilda Kay 82,322,491 

DuPuy, Howard Richard 36, 116, 248 

Durbin, Jimmy C 72, 275, 321 

Durio, John R 72, 327 

Durkee, Jack Baker 351, 482 

Durmmond, Malcolm 429 

Durrenburger, Dorothy Jane, 210,350,351, 404 

Durrenberger, Laura Sue 62, 412 

Durso, Sam Martin, Jr 72, 258 

Durst, Nancy Jean 191 

Durway, Daniel Lindsey 36, 352 

Dusek, Ted Henry 62, 242, 288, 306 

DuVall, Jean Kyle 240 

Dvoracek, Mary 125 

Dwyer, Walter S. 300 

Dyer, Cromwell Adair, Jr 234, 308 

Dyer, Glen Colle 295, 335, 420 

Dyer, Elden Royce 82, 127, 409 

Dyer, James Arthur 282 

Dyer, Nell Kathryn 225 

Dyer, Robert Houston 400 

Dyke, Peter Martin 62, 99 



Eades, James Francis . 
Eades, Thomas Allen . . 
Eads, Claude Hirma .... 

Eager, James Leslie 

Eagle, Charles Thomas . 

Eakins, Carol Ann 

Ealy, Miles Lamar 

Eanes, Robert Zempter . 
Eargle, Dolan Hoye, Jr. . 
Eargle, Stephen Tabor . 

Earle, Nancy Joan 

Earney, Paul LaRue 



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252,322 

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Earney. Paul 437 

Early. Thomas Rudolph 71 

Easley. Henry Neil 72. 105. 323 

Easley. Virginia Sue. 62. 204. 226. 351. 362. 4UH 
Easley. William 325 

thai Donald. 36. 118. 244. 349. 373. 427 

Easton, Chris B 287 

Easlridge. Kenneth Eugene 244. 409 

Eaton/Carl G 305 

Eaton. Marquis G 113 

Eton. Wentworth Guy 82 

Ebaugh, Irvin A., Jr 127. 405 

KtK-rman, Chili 337 

Eberman. Gloria Angela 337. 388. 404 

EehoU, Frances Anne 82, 97, 1 12, 429 

Ec-kert. Travis Allen 244. 462. 466 

Eckert. Travis 453 

Eckhardt. Carl John 127, 133 

Eckhardt, Vera Sue 216, 362, 493 

Eckhoff. Earl LeRoy 62. 116 

Eckles, Joan 36.387.405 

Eckob, Bobby Gene 82,306.425 

Eckok, Hugh 427 

Economy. Dalmon T 283 

Economy, Tommy 326 

Eddins. Doris Ethyl . . 72 

Kddins. I-ouis Robert. Jr 258. 259. 24 

Eddy, James R. D It 

Edge. Eugene, III 270. 405 

Edge. Jean Marie 62, 220. 226. 360 

Edmonson. Linda Alford 62. 215, 421 

Edmundson, Mary Lou 220 

Edwards, Annette 36.115 

Wwards, Joan 333 

Edwardj, John Charles 317 

Edward*. Lum Caswell 256, 298 

Edwards, Mary Sue 115, 220, 490 

K-dwards, Morris Riley 252 

Edwards, Tom Rogers 82. 289. 327, 339 

Edwards. William D 319 

Eeck. Aarne Erich 400 

Efron, Jack Arron 72,272, 273 

Egnot. Samuel 398 

Ehlers, Darby Jean 62, 192, 333, 422 

Ehlers. Jo Ann 36. 192 

Khin.ui, Judith JuK 72, 137, 204, 317, 333. 498 

Ehresman, Joe Britt 274 

Eichbaum, Barlane Ronald 28 

Kid.-ll.TK. Milton Edward 230, 296 

Kisemann. Mar)- Jo 82, 203. 490 

Eisen. Harold Marvin 72,264,321 

Eklund. Curtis E 36 

Eklund, Gilbert W 110 

Elaine, Barbara 333 

Elbel. Jacques Lee 62, 399 

218 

233 

262 

336 

36 

62, 279. 419 

259 

256, 321 

340 

36.274 

, . .72,216 

Klliott. Lynwood Grayburn 36,258,349 
Elliott, Mary Ann, 36. 220, 362. 426, 490, 496 

Ellis. Austin Stewart 82, 287 

Ellis. Barbara Jeanne 345 

Ellis. Barbara McDaniel . . . 405 

Ellis, Billy C 82, 294 

Ellis. Charles William 82, 127. 256 

Kllis. Homer Godsey 263 

Ellis. Oren H 129, 323. 348 

Ellis, Paul Sidney 62. 300 

Ellison. Oliver Perkins, Jr. 62. 294, 348. 398 

Elliston, Lura Duff 72, 204 

Ellsworth, James Cundiff , Jr 430 

Elo, Joseph. Jr 283,299 

Elrod, Delia Jane 82, 96, 191, 412 

Ely, Marilyn Maffet 222, 422 

Emerine. Sally Anne 72, 197 

Emerson, Cover "Ox" 118, 436. 452 

Emery. Emogene 393 

Enderlin, Florine Ann 62 

Endress. Gareth Louis 239 

Eng, Sally 36,345 

Engebretson, Carol Lucille 121.412 

Engelhardl. Shirley Ann 82, 215. 490 

Engle, Earl Jay 264, 327 

Knifeman. David R 351, 481 

English, Geraldine 82. 345 

English. Middlelon Shirley 234 

Enni, Lemcif 417 

Epp. Roy L 296. 409 

Kpright. Margaret Anne 412 

Epstein, Isaac 36, 280. 281 

Ericson. Joe Anne 72.322.424,430 

Ervin, Jim Mann 249 

Erw.n. Alfred Stevens, Jr 399 

Erwin. Betty, 36, 216. 316. 382. 371. 402. 497 
Erwin, Patricia Ann 62. 193, 333. 430 

Erwin, Robert Hugh 111,113 

Eschenburg, Robert Let 256. 453 

Emilia, Virgilio. Jr 38,418 

Esgen, Barbara 220 

Eskin, Angle 387 

Esmond, Elaine D 326 

Estes. Jack Homer 278 

Estes, James Eugene 116, 405 

Estes. John L 62. 24K, 308 

Ksnll. Louise 204 

Estlack. Margaret Roehelle, 421. 424. 426, 431 
Estrada, Hcclor Rafael 36, \2*. :)44 

Estrada. Miguel B.-nito. Jr. 36. 344 

f.'fa Kappa .Vu . .... ||7 

Ktehison. Barlara Kathryn 82. 112. 215 

Ethrrrdgc. Darwin Dwain 297 

Etheredge, Melvin Blain 2M7. 335. 420. 452 
Ethridge. Joan .190 



Elbert. Jar ire Louisi 

Eldridge. Huard Hargis 

Eliagon, John Edmond 

Elkins, Jo Ann 

Elledge, Jesse Lawrence 

Kllender. Thomas Joseph 

Elicit. Robert leopard 

Ellington, Alvin William, Jr.. . 

Ellington, l.ill.t Jean 

Elliot. George Washington, III 
Klliott, Aletha Lou 



Samr I'agri 

Eubank, Gayle 62 

Eubank. John Thomas Jr. 244 

Evans. Billy Ray 82 

Evans, Bonnie Lorene 128 

Evans, Durward Gray 382. 378 

Evans, Ewing Kalteyer 240 

Evans, Glenda Rulh 83 

Evans. Jewel Ruth 202 

Evans. John Sidney Jr 234 

Evans, Lee Leland 117 

Evans, Lynn Thomas 72 

Evans. Patricia Ann 36, 202, 422 

Evans. Robert Don 82, 316, 387 

Evans. Ruth Ann 36, 196 

Evans, Ruth Findley 403 

Evans, Thomas E 400 

Evans, Thomas J 82, 295 

Everett, Dan Lane 306, 351 

Evoins, James Rolyford 400 

Ewald. Jacqueline Lea 82, 221. 427 

Ewing, James Ellen 121, 199, 334 

Ewing. S. Finley. Jr. .36, 270. 481, 482. 484 
Eyres. John 245 



Faber. Curt Moriti. Jr 26S, 288 

Fabricant. Sybil 72, 208, 411 

Fadal. A. Christine 72 

Fsdal. Georgia Christine 332, 387, 405 

Faetche. Albert. Jr 250 

Fagan. Arthur W 300 

Fagg. Charles Reed 308 

Fail, William Morgan, Jr. 256 

Fair, Jerry 280 

Fair. Ralph Emerson 234 

Fair, William Y 399 

Fairchild, Jack Elmer 413 

Fairchild Mary Haley 72, 212, 412 

Fairchild, William Douglas 36,274 

Fairey, John L 1 13 

Fairey, Robert Audean 109 

Fairey, Tom Eugene 117, 138, 398 

Fairlee. Jane Alice 82, 211 

Fairlee. Robert 311. 327 

Fair. Ralph Emerson, Jr 22, 322 

Fairloth, Natalie 405 

Falcon, Joslina Lesvia 36, 345 

Falcon, Raymond Marvin 62, 261 

Falk, Bibb 462 

Falk, Edith Joyce 36, 351 

Falke, Fred E., Jr. 308 

Fallas, David 281 

Fallick, Gracie 209 

Falkenberg, Dorothy Marie, 36, 108, 224, 225 

Fancher. Donald B 298 

Fancher, George Homer 277 

Fanning. Thomas Eugene. 82, 287, 316, 408 

Farabee, James Maddrey 36. 111. 389 

Farabee, Kenneth Ray 82. 287 317, 378 

Farek, Thomas Edward 401, 425 

Fargolslein, Annette Abra 208 

Faris. Osma F 344 

Fariss. James L., Jr 82 

Fariss, Max A 400 

Farmer. Randolph Bell 410 

Farmer, Ruble Paul, Jr 72, 339 

Farmer, Sara 83 

Farmer, William Jackson 387 

Farr, Marjorie Joan 387 

Farrington, Susan Alice 72, 210 

Karri-. Warren Lee 256, 295 

Farrow, Sam L 328 

Faucett, Sam Roland 287 

Faulk. Bebe 62, 340, 423 

Faulk, Bernice 210 

Faulk. Joe Anne Cecelia 212, 213, 423 

F null F inert 410 

Fearis, Diane 82, 225, 404 

Fears, Ann 387 

Fears, John Huey 82, 275, 483 

Featherston, Jack E 124 

Fralura 137 

Feffer, Howard Stanley 230 

Fehlis, Kenneth Lamar 72, 320, 428 

Fehlman. Barry Frederick, Jr 36. 397 

Feibelman, James Alan 286. 322 

Feir. Ronald 401 

Feist, Fredric Warren, 110, 129, 316. 322, 348 

Felder, Jean Granger 126 

Felder. William Davis 271 

Feldman, Charles B 272, 296 

Fella, James W 62 

Fellbaum, Ernest Spindle 233 

Fellbaum, Harry 293.386 

Felps, Jo Ann 82 

Felsing, William August. Jr 23. 62, 307 

Kelsman. Robert Aldrich 82, 287, 306 

Felt. Albert Dudley 82.249 

Felts. Shirley Margaret 82 

Fendley. Francis Tarranl 62, 236 

Fendley. Harrison D 62 

Fenter, Felix West 133. 413 

Fenton, Barbara Jane 190. 423 

Ferguson, Arthur James 62, 248 

Ferguson, Carl Samuel, Jr 233, 296 

Ferguson. Carole Adelaide 491 

Ferguson. Carole I.vn 72. 200, 340, 421, 496 

Ferguson, David Scott 72, 229, 324 

Ferguson. Donald Olda 242, 243, 414 

Ferguson, Dorothy Louann 82. 345 

Ferguson, Frances Meyer 125 

Ferguson, Jack Henson 278 

Ferguson, Janet 72,225,421 

Ferguson. Julia Ann 72, 205. 387. 405 

Ferguson, Louann 345 

Ferguson. Phil M 133 

Ferguson. William Harold 62. 240. 308 
Fernandfl. <"iuii.ialu|>c M 336 



Same Pogri 

Ferrell, Furman C . .318 

Ferrell. Robert Warren 72, 245, 296 

Ferricks, Gloria 493 

Fetter, Sallie Harrison 405, 492. 497 

Ficken, Bryant A 266, 321 

Field. Harry Robert 275, 308 

Field, Hugh Townsend 109 

Fielder. Parker Clinton 247 

Fields. James Perry 128 

Fields, James Perry 36. 414 

Fields, Paul J 26 

Fields, Robert Ernest Ill, 405 

Fields, Sally Ann 345, 409 

Fiero, Richard John 418 

Fihn, Barbara Ann 223, 491 

Finch, Howell Mallory 244, 305, 349 

Finch, Kenneth Pressly 62, 129, 306 

Finch. Stanley Phister 275 

Finchum, Frank De Wayne 335, 437 

Finck, Edward Reinhold 248 

Fine Artt 388 

Fine, Marcia Sue 62, 97, 194 

Finer. Murray A 271 

Finger, Bill 93 

Fink, Clarence John 429 

Finkelstein, Louise Dean 72, 208. 412 

Finklestein, Hubert Shelton 37, 109, 272 

Finley, Anne Sue 82, 201 

Finley, Jack Maynard 261 

Finley, John M 294 

Finley, Judge Dinsmore 240 

Finn, Barbara 497 

Fischer, Betty Jo 37, 224. 402 

Fischer, Carol Ann 204. 340 

Fischer, Coach 482 

Fischer, Donovan G 398 

Fischer, Ernest Joseph 37 

Fischer, George Edgar 72, 270, 482, 484 

Fischer, Harold Joe 420 

Fischer, Howard F 295 

Fischer, John Nile 1 17, 133 

Fiser, Lee Wilson 287 

Fish, Harriet Jayne 198 

Fish, John W., Jr. 26 

Fish, Laurene Brainerd 232. 320 

Fishe, Nancy Jay 207 

Fisher, Beverly Ann 42 

Fisher, Bob E 317 

Fisher, Don G 117 

Fisher, Edwin E 322 

Fisher, Elizabeth Ann 42 

Fisher, Elisabeth Ann 221, 490 

Fisher, Gary Duane 306 

Fisher, Michael 82 

Fisher, Robert H 294 

Fisher, Robert Evan 235 

Fisher, Roy Brent 252, 319, 389 

Fisher, Williams Harries, Jr 263 

Fitch, Barbara Jern 217 

Fitch, Florence Eliabeth 12S 

Fitch, Shirley Corinne .37, 202, 402, 407 
426, 496 

Fitchett. Frances 224 

Fitgerald, Walter Matthew. Jr 410 

Fiu-Gerald, James, III 37, 258, 299 

Fitzgerald, James Anderson, III, 114, 132, 253 



Fitzgerald, Janet Connor. . 
Fitzgerald, Richard Alfred 

Flack, Betty Tom 

Flagel, Bertram Myron 
Flaig, Joseph Holmes, Jr. . . 

Flanders, Tommy 

Flaskamper, Ray J 

Fleck, Laurence H 



.121 
62, 299,419 
62,202,404 
273,316,387 
.114,254,325 

461 

401 

113 



Fleming, Gene Branch, 26. 93, 248, 349, 453 

Fleming, Mary Lee 125 

Fleming, William Harvey 318, 401 

Flesh, Lois Ann 72, 194 

Fletcher, Donald Earl 37, 111. 260 

Fletcher, Elisabeth Marie 336, 387 

Fletcher, Paul Brent 234 

Flinn Bob 437 

Flinn Helen Margaret 16, 112,350 

Flinn Robert Franklin 294,335 

Flinn Robert Franklin 297 

Flinn Wesley Clark 124 

Flippen, Elisabeth Ann 205 

Flippen, Sue 204, 386 

Flippin. Betty Joan 200 

Florence, Robert Glenn, Jr 278 

Flowers. Ronald Dale 315. 401 

Floyd. Jacob S.. Jr 23 

Floyd, Marline 360 

Floyd, Mary Marline 72, 214, 321, 362 

Floyd, Ricardo 415, 418 

Floyd. Robert Charles 259 

Fly, Don Paul ..82,237,314,408 

Fly, Patricia Ann 72, 202 

Flynn, Patrick Allen 126. 408 

Flynn. Mary Pat 82 

Flynn, Mary Patricia 203, 490 

Flynt, William E 62 

Flylhe, Katherine Kay 221 

Focht, John Arnold 133 

Foeh. Adolph William, Jr 245, 315 

Foeh, Frederick Andrew, Jr 124 

Foerster. Richard 335, 468, 472, 473 

Foersler, Paul Adolph 72 

Fogclberg, Alan E 96, 127, 315 

Fogelson, G. D 300 

Foglcman, Evelyn Jane 82. 205. 334, 490 

Fofey, Joeene Nan. 62. 115. 225. 334, 388. 405 

Foley. Frances Elaine. 37, 122, 134, 214, 380, 

407. 421. 426 

Folmar. Laura Lisca 82, 337, 430 

Folmar. Patricia Love 134, 204. 362, 426 

Folse. William Lee 248 

Fondren, Billie Jo 02 

Fondren. EUanor Ann .216. 490 

Fonataine, Martha Ann 62, 132, 404 



A'omr Pagft 

Foote, Frances Cornelia 82, 219, 430 

Foote, Robert Norris 37 

Foote, William R 117, 405 

Forbes, James Edwin 323, 32K 

Ford, Gilbert, 288. 318. 335, 349, 454. 457, 483 

Ford, John A 82 

Ford, John Robert 287, 316 

Ford. Mary Ellen 115, 218, 421 

Ford, Richard Franklin, 22, 62, 288, 287, 288. 
321, 352. 453 

Foreman. Carolyn 115, 497 

Foreman. Wilson F 118, 352. 380, 418 

Forfnrica 411 

Forgotson, Edward . .37, 110, 122, 248. 288 

Forman, Doris May 37. 332 

Forresl. Marianna 108, 210, 407. 493 

Forrester, Jack Lawrence 60. 343 

Forsman, John Malcolm 287 

Forster, Jeannine 492 

Forsvall, Murray Lawrence, 103, 131, 252, 296 

Fort, James Travis 113, 1 14, 132 

Fosler, Billy Joe 344, 414 

Foster, Jennine 217 

Foster, Joe Davis 274, 324 

Fosler, Joseph Bill 300. 348 

Fosler, Joe Drahn 253 

Fosler. John Redney 256 

Fosler, Marvin F., Jr 418 

Fosler, William E., Jr 72, 328 

Fosler, William Knight, Jr 109. 278 

Fousl, Margarel Ann 72,224,422 

Fouls, Franke Jean 348 

Fouls, Thomas Ray ... 37, 398 

Fowler, Bennie Lee 202, 334, 387 

Fowler, Bradley Abraham 82, 257, 306 

Fowler, Harriet Jean .405 

Fowler, Robert Penn 72, 256, 305, 486 

Fox, James Wilburn, Jr 82, 314, 386 

Fox, Nelii 125, 132 

Fox, William Hessel 62, 339 

Fradkin, Larry Irving 82, 231, 127 

Frady, Ray Alton 299,420.454 

Frame, Eloise 37, 214, 362, 363, 492 

French, Bobby Ann 211 

Francisco, Eliiabelh Terry 82, 221, 427 

Franco, Isaza 487 

Frank, Ben 82 

Frank, M. P.. Ill 306, 413 

Franklin, Belly Sue 190, 345, 386 

Franklin, Robert Odell 260 

Franklin, Terrell Glenn 276 

Franklin, William Frederick 270, 349 

Franlz.JoeB 111,131 

Fraparl, Lewis Samuel 272, 323 

Fraparl, Lewis 474 

Fraser, Charles Duncan 257 

Fraternitia 227 

Fraser. John R 104, 105 

Fraier, John Thatcher 288, 295. 405 

Fraier, Samuel Stewart. Ill 252, 323 

Frazier. George Thomas . . .99, 109, 116. 127 

Frailer, J. Brooks 72, 299, 339 

Frailer, Kenneth W 242 

Frailer, Mary Margaret 99, 134. 225 

Frazor. Donald Robert 410 

Frederick, Alice 218 

Freeman, Alvin Lee 111,269 

Freeman, Barbara Sue 192, 422 

Freeman. Charles David 242. 288 

Freeman, Claudette Florine, 219, 417, 420, 491 

Freeman, Louis 307 

Freeman, Marguerile 3, 99 

Freeman, Warren Jenkins 233 

Freese, Frances 125, 337 

Freeiii, Charles Arnold 276, 397 

Freling, Richard AUn 62,113,230 

French, Bobby Ann 82, 332, 493 

French, Donald Austin 234 

Frenkel, Florence 96,195 

Freghman 79 

Freund, Andrew John 401 

Freund, Edward L 399 

Freund, Robert Geis 305, 401 

Freytag, Ethlyn Rose 333. 408 

Frvat 118 

Frick. Ross Thurber 37, 256, 486 

Fridrick, Jerry 62, 300 

Frieden, Alvin M 

Friedlander, Alfred Lawrence . .272 

Friedlander, Jack 264 

Friedlanger, Beverly 209 

Friedman, Arthur Sluarl 265,281 

Friedman, Jay Frederick 273 

Friedman, Joyce 108, 411 

Friend, Lierna B 191 

Frierson, John Edward 247 

Fritsch, John Joe, Jr . . 37, 133 

Froebel. Charles 72, 242, 295 

Frost, Barbara Ann 108 

Frost. Edward Everett. 1 18, 260, 349, 380, 427 

Frost, James Hamner 427 

Frost, Paula Beth 72, 215 

Fryar, Anthony Carlyle 282 

Frydell. Don Gordon 247.294,423 

Frye, Donald W 62, 293 

Fryman, John E. 72, 246. 309 

Fugill, Phil 258.348 

Fujimoto, Masaru 16 

Fulcher, Clay Wayland Gordon. 129, 258. 306. 

352, 401 

Fulcher. Rulh 214,421,489.497 

Fulkerson. Perry John 236, 326 

Fuller, James Stuart 244 

Fuller, Thomas Mason 256, 323 

Fullerton, Sue Ann 72, 206 

Fulmer, Kenneth ... 23 

Fullon, Joe R 72 

Fulton, John Stuart 298, 405 

Fulton. Joseph Roland 261 

Fulton, Margaret Mary 93, 204, 350. 351, 

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Name Pages 

Funk, Ernest Jack 62, 262, 401 

Funkhouser, James Hammond . 72, 276, 294 

Furley, Willard Russel 37, 401 

Furman, Anne B 72 

Furr, Richard Allen 247 

Fussell, Nan Carolyn 204 



Gaddis, John Marshall 235, 300, 348 

Gaddy, James Thomas 37, 116 

Gaedke, Glynda Jo. . .72, 218, 219, 403, 491 

Gaffney, James Joseph 279, 317 

GarTord, Burns Newman 117, 133 

Gage, George Albert. 324, 352, 420, 454, 459 
Gage, Pat Ileene. .. ...345 

Gaines, John 72, 103, 105, 266 

Gaines, Scott 253 

Galbraith, Julia Elizabeth 72, 332 

Gallatin, Albert Reeves 37, 274 

Galvan, Robert Rogers 82 

Galvin, Ailsa J 332 

Gamma Phi Beta . 212, 213 

Gambrell, Thomas Rose ... 1 10, 127, 324, 240 

Ganetsky, Claire Esther 82, 337 

Gann, Evelyn 387 

Gann, Marilyn 63, 115, 206, 422 

Gant, Robert Stanley 401 

Garber, Rudolf C 128, 414 

Garcia, Alphonso 319, 328 

Garcia, Amado, Jr 419 

Garcia, Campo 487 

Garcia, Concepcion 37 

Garcia, Evarista 427 

Garcia, Federico Guerra 344 

Garcia, Jose Othon 415 

Garcia, Ricardo, Jr 296, 415 

Garcia, Ruben 300 

Gardere, Edward C 250 

Gardere, George Pierre 250, 352, 482 

Gardiner, Alice Gazelle 63, 200, 424 

Gardiner, Barbara Carolynn 72, 197 

Gardner, Max Prince, 93, 256, 257, 324, 347 

Gardner, Pat Henry 126 

Gardner, Patricia M 419 

Garen, Hannah 333 

Garey, Alan Jack 287 

Garibay, Luis Rene 396 

Garland, Ann 72, 220 

Garland, Terry Donald 72, 320, 348 

Garner, Dorothy Sue 63, 203, 423 

Garner, James Gayle 105, 282, 288 

Garner, Minna S 125 

Garnett, Carl A 26, 284 

Garoia, Joe Othon 401 

Garrard, Frances Louis 72, 213 

Garret, J. E. Hurt, Jr 261 

Garrett, Elizabeth 72, 213, 333 

Garrett, Jane 97, 497 

Garrett, Jerry 37, 400 

Garrett, John B 37, 132 

Garrett, Ronald D 327 

Garrison, Jean 73 

Garrisch, Robert Dennis, Jr 37, 397 

Garrison, William Douglas 397, 400 

Garrison, William Scott, Jr 116 

Garth, Gayle 37, 220, 490 

Garth, Jay Edgar 325, 351, 482 

Gartman, Glenn Roy 397 

Gartner, Jeneane Mund, 37, 222, 223, 226, 422 

Garwood, William Lockhart 255 

Garza, Antonieta 37, 396 

Garza, Jesse Ray 423 

Garza, Jess Tripp 314 

Garza, Jose J 26 

Garza, Manuel 124, 295, 391 

Garza, Ramiro M 314 

Garza, Rene A 296 

Garza, Richard Raymond 318 

Garza, Rolando A 295 

Garza, Roque A 320 

Garza, S. A 400 

Gasow, John P 73 

Gaston, Barbara Jean 63, 191, 336, 416 

Gaskin, H. L 348 

Gates, Martha 112 

Gates, M. Carolyn 73,345' 

Gates, Peggy N 73 

Gatlin, Edward Herbert 236, 320 

Gault, Caroline 495, 496 

Gault, Joe P 23 

Gauntt, James C 293 

Gavenda, John David 63, 398 

Gawlik, Richard Claude. . .298, 335, 423, 437 

Gay, John Edward 73, 287, 308 

Gay, Ralph Allen 37, 414, 416 

Gay, Robert Coleman, III 245 

Gayle, Patricia Joan 220, 404, 426 

Gearner, Aubrey Douglas. . .63, 240, 322, 480 

Gearner, George Willard 82, 240 

Gebauer, Dorothy Louise, 15, 95, 1 12, 125, 388 
Gebhard, Yvonne Clare. . . 192, 426, 493, 496 

Gee, Molly 439,493 

Gee, Thomas Gibbs 405 

Gelfer, David A 230.324 

Genthner, Charles Warren 116, 335, 349, 

437, 453 
Gentry, Joanna, 37, 100, 101, 192,226,351,430 

George, William David 37 

Georges, Bill, 300, 302, 335, 420, 437, 439, 453 

Gerber, Thomas Clark 63, 247 

Gerdes, Bob Meyer 234 

Gerhardt, Bernard E 453, 498 

Gerhardt, James Eastman 132, 244, 498 

Gerhardt, Mary Dale 82 

German, Al. H 240 

Germany, James M 37, 339, 414 

Geron, Jean 82, 259, 326 

Gerrick, Sharlene Barbara 110, 222, 223, 

350, 491 



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Gerron, William John .259,298 

Gerson, Charles . 37,230 

Gerson, Daina 38, 194. 424 

Gerson, Ronald Gene 265 

Geyer, Walter Louis, Jr 82,267,391 

Gh'arzala, Emile 343, 483 

Ghiselli, Dolores Jean 198, 199, 362 

Gholson, Marvin Eugene 132, 311 

Gibbon, Karl Malcolm 274 

Gibboney, Richard Beaver 73, 278, 322 

Gibbs, Bradly Lee 247 

Gibbs, William R. ... 127 

Gibson, David 306, 480 

Gibson, Frank Atwood 268 

Gibson, Sidney Joseph 275, 3.0, 419 

Gibson, Tommy Joe 315, 387 

Gibson, William Williard, Jr., 254, 319, 349, 379 

Giddens, Leslie Wiley, Jr., 63, 276, 288, 349,. 

460, 461 

Gideon, Patty Gill .... 214, 351, 404, 426. 427 

Gidley, William Francis 128 

Giese, Betty Ann 63, 332, 410, 425 

Giese, Edmund Alvin, Jr 38, 425 

Giesecke, Adolph Hartung 232, 298 

Gilbert, Carole Serene 208 

Gilbert, James Franklin. . .100, 101, 127, 298 

Gilbreath, Charles D 73, 322 

Gilchrist, Carolyn Patricia 82, 191, 386 

Gllchrist, William Edward 73, 321 

Gildon, Minard Heston 252 

Giles, Dick 461 

Giles, Muriel Joy 192, 340, 405, 412 

Giles, Ralph E 277 

Giles, Richard Curry 73, 229, 321 

Giles, Robert E 297 

Gilett, Virginia 82 

Gilger, Russell Vaughn 253, 299 

Gill, Edward Foster 242 

Ciller, Aylene 63, 208 

G illespie, John 126 

Gillespie, Barbara Ann 199 

Gillespie, Ralph Harold 342 

Gillespie, Shirley Mike 201, 491 

Gillett, Nancy Jean 73, 96, 203, 334 

Gillett, Virginia Bermce 215 

Gillian), Henry Lamar 258 

Gilliam, Robert Wilson 245, 307 

Gillian), Wyman Ray 63, 248 

Gilmore, Bill W 432 

Gilmore, Billy 63 

Gilmore, Curtis Joseph 270, 320, 482 

Gilmore, Jerry C 73, 323, 339, 393 

Gilmore, Marquis Reed 73, 270, 323 

Gilmore, Theresa Estelle 83, 332 

Gilmore, Willis Henderson, Jr., 38, 270, 271, 352 

Gilstrap, Anita Joyce 26 

Gilstrap, Bull 436 

Gilstrap, Bully 437 

Gilstrap, Howard Clifford 257 

Gilstrap, Janet Lee 26, 125 

Gilstrap, Robert Wer.tworth 254, 297 

Gingridh, Sandra Kay 73, 204, 333 

Giovannetti, Donald E 129, 313, 328 

Girl' t Glee Club 388 

Gist, James Earl 63, 254, 297 

Glade, Mary Hatcher 63, 200 

Glide, William P 238 

Glaeser, George Fdward 83, 296 

Glaser, Barton Allan 230 

Glass, Ben Morel 38, 403 

Glass, John Buel 250 

Glass, Mary Morgan 38, 120, 220, 386 

Glass Venis K 63 

Glazbrook, Howard, III 269, 323 

Glazbrook, Nick 73 

Glaze, Kathleen Adele 26, 125, 386 

Glazer, Morton A 73, 96, 109, 325 

Gleason, Egan Ray 63, 284 

Gleason, Joseph P 275, 311 

Glenewinkel, Martha Nell Smith. . . 114, 132 

Glenn, Colbert Jordan 234 

Glick, Claris 332 

Click, Seymour Marin 344 

Glickman, Alix LaRue 83 

Glidden, John Bryan 244, 321 

Glidden, Martha Ann 63, 218 

Gliddon, Barbara R 125 

Gliddon, Reverdy T 126 

Gloff, Doris Jean 430 

Glossbrenner, Ernestine Viola 336 

Glover, Joe Marbury 38, 250, 297 

Glover, Thomas H 128 

Glover, Tom Ryan 256 

Goad, Montie R 63 

Goar, Barry G 326 

Gochman, Arthur Morton 230, 300 

Gochman, Phyllis Vivian 73, 209, 423 

Godbold, Shirley 491 

Godbold, Shirley Ann 197 

Godley, Harriett Carter. . . .83, 221, 362, 427, 
430, 490 

Godwin, Jerry Dan 129, 256, 305 

Goebel, Patricia A 73, 192 

Goehringer, Charles Warren 256, 323 

Goeman, Susie 73, 338 

Goff, Cicily S 125 

Goff, Pat M 300 

Going, Mary Frances 125 

Goldberg, Emily June 222 

Goldberg, Harold Stanley 38, 230 

Goldberg, Jerry 454 

Goldberg, Moses Hafkin 280, 281 

Goldberg, Susan Lynn 209 

Golden, Edwin Harold 109 

Golden, Eugene 280, 313 

Golden, Joe Bob 240, 324, 335, 453, 476 

Golden, Norene Harriet 73, 223 

Goldman, Larry Elton 288 

Goldmann, Mary Ernestine 201 

Goldsberry, F. Hood 83, 319 

Goldsmith, Beverly Brooks, 73, 97, 278, 293 



Name Pages 

GoHsmith.ClaudeWatson.Jr., 60,278,326,352 

Goldsmith, Goldwin 247 

Goldsmith, Marcus Hale 278 

Goldsmith, Richard E 127 

GoHstein, Dolores Helen. . .63, 209, 412, 424 

Goldstein, Jerome Carl 126 

Goldstein, Ronald N 231 

Goldstein, Shirley Rosilyn 83, 208 

Golman, Larry Elton. .38, 272, 273, 288, 352 

Golob, Harvey Stanley 281, 318 

Goltz, Jay Morton 230, 309 

Goltzman, Barbara Esther 83, 223 

Gomez, Ben 1 124, 318 

Gomez-Belasco, Hector M 26 

Gompertz, Kenneth A. M 104, 131 

Gonsoulin, Dewey Jude 244, 300 

Gonsoulin, Dewey J 300 

Gonzales, Boyer, Jr 267 

Gonzales, Jorge V 400 

Gonzales, l.unl i 63 

Gonzales, Richard Charles 341, 481 

Gonzales-Vidal, Jose 127 

Gonzalez, C. Enrique 415 

Gonzalez, David Flores 396 

Gonzalez, Frank William 83, 127 

Gonzalez, Garaciela Benita 38 

Gonzale*, Roman F., Jr 83, 423 

Goode, Leonard 410 

Goode, Thomas Lee 38, 348, 390, 391 

Goodfellow, David McAllister 63 

GoodftUom, 377, 378, 379, 380, 381, 382, 383 

Goodfriend, Barry Howard 73, 272 

Gooding, Jack Fleet 282 

Goodman, Owen Dale 244, 322, 328, 401 

Goodman, Patay 207 

Goodnight, Ronald Ray 242 

Goodrich, Ira Merrill 342 

Goodroe, Patricia Lucille 83, 213, 411 

Goodrum, Billy Ben 113 

Goodrum, Billy R 26 

Goodson, Don W 314 

Goosby, Jo 345 

Gordon, Carolyn Sue 38, 200, 412 

Gordon, Clyde H 319, 343, 397 

Gordon, Dixie Mae 63, 210 

Gordon, Donald Thomas 38, 343 

Gordon, Glom Kathleen 193 

Gordon, Martin Wright 276 

Gore, Jerry Dillard 317 

Goren, Hannah ... 208, 404 

Gorges, Kay Martha. . .83, 225, 337, 404, 419 

Gorman, Charles A 327, 339 

Gorman, Jack Streety 248 

Gorsky, Ann 402 

Gorsuch, H. Marie 345 

Gosalvez, Carmen 38, 345 

Gosalvez, David 83, 326, 344 

Gosalvez, Joan Ablone 345 

Gosnell, Judith Adams 83, 221, 405 

Gott, Helen Frances 73, 212, 332, 405 

Gould, Donald Leon 352 

Goulden, Joseph C 83 

Gouse, Fred M., Jr 242 

Gowan, John Richard 234. 320 

Gowna, David D 323 

Graber, Kay 497 

Graber, William James, III . . . .110, 240, 352 

Grace Hall 334 

Graduate! 25 

Graff, Jerry Clinton 316, 401 

Gragg, Bill Hardin 348 

Graham, Ahn Keith 240, 294, 335, 486 

Graham, Laurence Mel 300, 335, 420, 437 

Graham, Marilyn B 63 

Graham, Robert Albert 38, 133, 292, 400 

Graham, Robert Norvell 274 

Grainge, Robert F 38, 305 

Granath, Mary Jane 191 

Cranberry, Collier Read 14, 1 17, 261 

Granoff, Leah Sylvia 63, 223, 387 

Grant, Carmon Myles 400 

Grant, Jimmy H 73, 1 10 

Grant, Kathleen Windley 217 

Grant, Mary Christian 217 

Gravell, Joan E 198 

Graves, Frank Lee 73, 238 

Graves, Katheryne L 38, 345, 497 

Graves, Marilyn 63, 217, 490 

Graves, William Joe 237, 319 

Gray, Betty Lee, 63, 190, 419, 420, 491, 492, 
493, 494, 496 

Gray, Edward Davis 63, 269 

Gray, Herbert William 296, 335, 452 

Gray, Joan 1 15, 206, 422 

Gray, John K 319 

Gray, Margaret Alison. ... 83, 112, 215, 490 

Gray, Mary Ann 38, 202, 429 

Gray, Mary Jeannette 83, 205 

Gray, William Larry 423 

Greathouse, Linda Hale. . . 73, 214, 388, 405 

Greco, Mary Dolores 200 

Green, Alma 125 

Green, Angilee 336 

Green, Anita Lynn 83 

Green, Brenda Lou 121,199 

Green, Carolyn Sue 83, 203, 337, 426 

Green, Donald D 323 

Green, Dorothy Louise 83, 112, 211 

Green, Eugene Lee 240 

Green, Frank L 63 

Green, Ina Lunch 63 

Green, Joy C 429 

Green, Lola Beth 115 

Green, Mary Lee 63, 197 

Green, Nancy Elizabeth 1 12, 205, 497 

Green, Nelson Noble 287 

Green, Paul M 270, 481, 482 

Green, Paula Jeanette 193, 362 

Green, Phyllis Ann 338, 422 

Green, Sharon Eugene 307 

Green, Vernon A 128, 414 



Name 

Green, William Brent 38, 295 

Greenberg, Marvin H 230, 416 

Greenberg, Ronald David 83, 127, 231, 307 
Greenberg, Seinwil Louis. 83, 127, 265, 314 

Greenburg, Shirley P . .392 

Greene, Carol Janet 73, 214, 392, 404 

Greene, William Donald 63, 116, 296 

Greenfield, Bennett E. . . . ... 230, 323 

Greenfield, Eric Storrie . . 256, 305, 485 

Greenfield, Lee Wilbur 231 

Greenfield, Leslie Lohr 280, 300 

Greenlee, David Walden 271 

Greenspan, Abraham 280, 281, 299 

Greenwood, Dorothy Fehlis 26, 125, 412 

Greenwood, James L 63, 321 

Greenwood, John Murray, Jr Ill, 344, 

352, 414 

Greenwood, John Murphy, Jr 38 

Greer, Donald Webb 83 

Greer, Eleanor Katherine 220, 319, 490 

Greer, James Francis 269 

Greer, Robert G 73, 234 

Greer, Thomas Vernon 127 

Gregg, Audrey Eline 207 

Gregorcyk, Joe 275 

Gregory, Chirles Hardy, III ... 110, 254, 294 

Gregory. Malcolm R 317 

Gregory, Margaret Halm 125 

Gregory, Paul N 63, 100, 101, 240, 427 

Gregory, Philip Gordon 63, 240 

Gregory, Russell 429 

Gregory, Thomas Watt 307 

Gregurek, Edwin E 38 

Greiper, Patricia Ann 404 

Grenader, Pearl 73, 112, 208, 351, 407, 411 

Gresvik, John Henry, Jr 316 

Cribble, Robert Fonda 127, 258, 305 

Cribble, Robert R 323 

Grice, James 63, 278 

Grieble, Joseph R 290, 423 

Grieder, Paul Martin 63, 252 

Griest, Wilbur Herbert, Jr 73, 279 

Griethuysen, Ted Van 387 

Griffen, William M 126 

Griffin, Alton Reeder 418 

Griffin, Charles Henry 113 

Griffin, James Wilson 315 

Griffin, Jerry D 318 

Griffin, Raymond F 38, 270, 322 

Griffin, Robert S 323 

Griffith, Lena Margaret 63, 336 

Griffith, Marion Sherman 124, 326 

Griffith, Martha Emijy 121, 199 

Griffitts, Janet Jeannine 200 

Grimes, Carol Adelaide 73, 200, 424, 491 

Grimes, Keith Russell 83, 279, 326 

Grimes, Robert Earl 295, 342 

Grinstead, William Carter 129, 240, 307 

Grogan, Marilyn Lee 412 

Grogan, PatricU Ann 73, 192 

Grome, Richard C 281 

Groner, Hindi Lois, 73, 205, 337, 404, 422, 497 

Gross, David E 296, 483 

Gross, Richurd Harrison 250 

Growald, Ri;hrd Hugh 105 

Grunewald, Patricia 419 

Guelich, Richard Hugo 

Guenther, Jack Egon 73, 275 

Guera, Pedro 

Guernsey, Roscoe, Jr. ... 

Guerra, Gerardo Alvaro 

Guerra, Irene J 

Guerra, Margarite E 294, 41! 

Guerra, Tony 

Guerrera, Jesse "3 

Guerrero, Richard G 

Guess, Wallace Ixwis 128 

Guest, Ann Katherine 38, 204 

Guest, Dorothy Nell 345 

Guess, Bettye Jo 

Guidry, Barbara Ray 38 

Guinn, Beverly Ann 83, 112, 205, 490 

Guinn, Caroline Mae 

Guinn, Patricia Ann 73 

Guinn, Ronald Miller 63, 348, 401, 430 

Guisinger, Joe Ann 206 

Gulledge, Sarah Beth 405 

Gullette, Katherine Del 73, 405 

Gulley, Coleman Harrell 324, 409 

Guneter, George R 300 

Gunter, Charlotte Anne 73, 332, 424 

Gunter, George Robert ... 249 

Gurel, Mehmet Afyon 

Gurley, Anna Jean 

Gurney, Nora Lynn 405, 424 

Gustafson, Clifford L 38, 420, 453 

Gustafson, Donald Franklin 391 

Gustafson, Lorraine Margaret 417 

Guszak, Frank James 63 

Guthke, Karl-Siegfried 27, 417 

Guthrie, Aubrey Elton 73, 268, 288 

Guthrie, Eugene Burr 270 

Guthrie, Gene 482 

Gutierrez, Alfredo 110 

Gutierrez, Emilio Francisco 314. 328 

Gutierrez, Ireneo, Jr 326, 391. 415 

Guttman, Walter, Jr 73, 252, 322, 487 

C.M.izak, Jimmy 419 

Guy, Mary Alice 408 

Guy, Talmage Monroe 94, 252, 382 

Guyer, Kenneth Eugene, Jr.. 73. 326, 339, 391 

Guynes, Carolyn Anne 83, 205, 362, 371 

Guynes, Jo Ann 38, 206, 225 

Guzman, Robert J 293 

Gwinner, Maurice Dolna, 276, 277, 300, 302 
C.ylling. Rolwrt E 298 



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Haa, Jesie . 125,420 

Haaf. Joan l 

Haw. Elsie W MS. 3X7, 425 

Haaie, Billy Ray 38 

Haberele, Fred 240. 314. 335. 452 

Hack. Jeanette 345 

HiuKlad. Maynard Joseph 252 

Ha.ld.-n. Charlton Wells, Jr.. 240, 335. 460. 461 
Hai-r.rl. Hermna E.. 63, 129, 294. 348. 400, 417 

Hagan, Coach 

Haitan. John Finier, Jr 24S, 200 

Hagan. Patricia Ann 83,392 

Ham>n. Don Warren 391 

Hager.Ted 247 

Hagler, Betty Florence 39, 108 

Hagler, Dorothy Nell 83. 337 

Hagund. Julia Ann 39, 120 

Hanoi*!. Ralph Edward 73, 246, 322 

Hague. John William 39, 391 

Hahn, GUI William 339, 389, 423 

Haidusek, Irene 408 

Hail. Thomas Lynch S3, 271. 318 

Hailey, Oliver D., Jr 63, 321, 392 

Hajek. Pat Huey 317 

Halamirek, Lynn C 48J, 488 

Halhrrt, John Banks 275, 295 

Halden. Leon Gilbert, Jr 83, 267, 319 

Hale. Dudley Durward, Jr 262, 317 

Hale, Edward Everett 259 

Hale, Hulon Alphes 298, 335 

Hale. Samuel Edward 243 

Hale, Stanley, Mrs 409 

Hale.Stanley 409 

Hale. Walter Elmo 278. 323 

Haley. George Kirby 307 

Haley, Marilyn 63, 115. 192 

Halford, F. Drew 63, 420 

Hall. Alvin Owsley 248 

Hall, Arthur Bryan 235 

Hall, Carol Anne, 63, 224 

Hall. Clifford H 63 

Hall, Curry W 341, 429, 481 

Hall. Doris Lee 122 

Hal!. Ksther Jane Wood 128. 219, 300 

Hall, Frank Jerry 339 

Hall. Helen Bernice 73, 334, 422 

Hall, Jack Blackiston 294 

Hall, James Lloyd 309 

Hall, Jay 97,260,261 

Hall. John Everett 293. 405 

Hall, Lillian Frances 83, 199. 387 

Hall, Louis Vosburg 254 

Hall, Nancy McAfee 63. 192. 193. 422, 426 

Hall, Pat 468 

Hall. Phillip 429 

Hall, Richard Henry 63, 323 

Hall. Robert Earl 269 

Hallihurton. Graver C 63, 274. 325 

Hallis. Pat 427 

Hallman, Jerry 281 

Hallman. William Hughes. 39, 276, 277, 349 
Hallmark. BruceC.. Ill, 260, 261, 288, 349.381 
Hallmark. William Clements 1 17, 133, 398 

Hallum, Vernon Aubrey 63 

Hallum, Virginia, 63, 224, 225, 350. 351. 373. 
404, 407, 422 

Halsell, Charles Maness 127. 133. 413 

Halsel). Robert Charles 63, 248, 325 

Hattliad Hmae 345 

Haltiner. Robert George . 124, 295, 390, 391 

Halton, John F 128 

Ham, Betty Lou 125 

Ham. Ruth R 128 

HamUen. Martha Ann 216 

Hamblen. William P 295, 350 

Hamby, John Stanley 405 

Hamef. Billy Bert 401 

Hamer, Marcelle Lively 217 

Hamilton, Charles Ahearn. 39, 297, 301, 392 

Hamilton, Dwight L. 3D 

Hamilton, Harry Dean 306 

Hamilton, Hervert Carney 39 

Hamilton, Jane Kliiabeth 409 

Hamilton, Oscar Carl, Jr 73, 252. 308 

Hamilton, Paul Bunkey 409 

Hamilton. Sam Clinton 320, 350. 481 

Hamilton. Shirley Jean . 83. 121. 199, 496 

Hamm, Alan W 414 

Hamm, James R 63 

Hamm. Jerry ROM 83. 314 

Hammill, Don Douglas 243 

Hammock, Jew Grimes, Jr 244, 320 

Hammond. Ben R., Jr 256 

Hammond. George Randall 317.348.413 
Hammond. Joseph Paul. 132. 256, 257. 297. 349 
Hammond. Thomas Morgan, 322. 339, 4 13. 429 

Hammonds, Thomas C .83, 427 

Hammonds, Vernon 290 

Hamner. Lyla Franca 112, 196 

Hamncr, Rosemary Monroe 39, 224, 422 

Hamovit. Sheila Iris 222 

Hampton. John Wade 22, 39, 256 

Hampton, Leo Winton 276 

Hampton, Lloyd 487 

Hampton, Marilyn Faynette 39, 206 

Hampton. Morris Jackson 22, 60. 258 

Hampton, Molelle 47 

Hampton, Sondra Jo 83, 1 12. 225. 427 

Hansnia, Bishara H 409. 427 

Hananiak, ROM Marie 63 

Hanath. Amalia Marian 417 

Hancock. Georgia Exah 83, 211 

Hancock, Gerre Edward 124, 323 

Hancock, Jeffrey Mason 102 

Hand, Donald Joe ... 39, 320. 328 

Hand. George W.. 73.287 

Hand. Troy Lee 1 16, 245, 298, 335. 352 

Hand. Troy Leo 437 

Handorf, Edmund Richard 63. 324 



Handy, Thomas Hughe* 128 

Hanes, Marjorie Jeannette. 337 

Haney. Etta Frances . . 63 

Hankal. Robert Leonard 39, 268 

Hankerson, James A 126 

Hanks. Roger Claxton 248 

Hanley, Donald Wayne 253, 318 

Hanna, Frank George 39 

Hanna, John Paul 39, 122, 126 

Hannan, John Roscoc 287 

Hannon, Marianne 73, 203 

Hans, Maurice C 322 

Hansard, Thomas C 63,105 

Hansen, Fred Wild 63, 274, 348 

Hanson, Howard 124 

Hanson, Richard Lewis 39, 300, 418 

Happel, Philip E 399 

Haralson, Mary Bain 39, 212, 213, 407 

Harang, Paul L 277 

Harber, Calvin Maurice 410 

Harbison, Ida Alleene 345 

Harbrecht, Henry Leo. Jr 419 

Hardcastle, Kenneth Lloyd 335, 425 

Harden, Charlton W. 306 

Harden, Thad Harold 240, 308 

Harder, Verna 130 

H .in 1 m , Grace Ann 63, 336 

Hardin. Thad Harold 129 

Hardwick, Bob W. . 296 

Hardwick, Jack F. .110 

Hardwick, Jane Angeline . 83, 217, 337. 387 
Hardwick, Jane Louise. . . 2112. 4IC 

Hardwick, Olin Alfred, Jr 27, 417 

Hardy, Joan Lynette 73 

Hardy, Margie Lynn 63, 225, 412 

Hardy. Mary Lou 1 12, 215 

Hardy, Melvin M 294 

Hare, Charles Elliot 73, 322 

Harelik, Martha Lee. 39,350 

Hargis, Herbert E 324 

Hargrave, Helen 119 

Hargrove, Clyde 83, 299 

Hargrove, Daniel Lawrence 83, 391 

Hargrove, Joyce 97, 404, 497 

Harkins, Vincent 409 

Harkleroad. Mary Emily 206, 387 

Harkrider, Susan 128 

Harlan. Ronald Coffman 73, 389 

Harlow, Kenneth Wagner 335, 437, 453 

Harlow, Marvin Vernon, Jr 324 

Harman, James Wilson 271, 317 

Harmon, Ida Pauline 63, 403 

Haranandez, Juan, Jr 335 

Harocastle, Kenneth L 300 

Harper, Paul Eugene .387 

Harper, Paul William 317 

Harral, Ned Thomas 252 

Harrell, Edward Charles 83, 247 

Harrell. Marshall Allen 271, 315 

Harrell, Mary Monyeen 83, 215 

Barren, George Vernon Ill 

Harrington, Ann Kay 39, 210, 419 

Harrington, Grace J 39 

Harrington, J. Anne 126 

Harrington, Richard Parker 405 

Harris, Alfred John 405, 408 

Harris, Ann 83, 203 

Harris. Barbara Ann 83, 207, 423, 426, 427 

Harris, Benigna Ann Durst 39, 190. 203 

Harris, Beverly Loree 332, 4 10 

Harris. Bill Harper 295,487 

Harris, Bill Paul 256, 298, 335 

Harris, Bill Paul 453, 474 

Harris. Bobby Lloyd 341, 4S1 

Harris, Charles P 127. 133, 248 

Harris, Donald Penn, 39, 93, 117, 133, 266, 

348, 398 

Harris, Dorothy Joanne 115 

Harris, Eleanor Elizabeth, 39, 216, 412. 490. 

495, 496 

Harris, Ernest Charles 410 

Harris, rover Carlton, Jr 126 

Harris, Harwell Hamilton 18 

Harris, James Robert 126, 266, 315 

Harris. Janet Sue 208 

Harris, Jean Morgan 39 

Harris, Joe Thomas 341, 352, 481, 482 

Harris, John Richard 349 

Harris. Richard 453 

Harris, Wanda Maxine 203, 292 

Harris, William M 129, 240, 295 

Harris, William Thomas 286 

Harrison, Barbara Maxine 337 

Harrison, Betty Ann 192 

Harrison. Horace V 126 

Harrison, Joe Frank 83, 235, 318 

Harrison, John Nicholas 63, 238 

Harrison, Marguerite 134 

Harrison, Sarah Kliiabeth 83. 336 

nH <h "". Thomas Perrin 240 

Harriss, James A 319 

Hart. Don Arthur, Jr 127, 321 

Hart, Douglas 127, 270, 305, 454 

Hart, James Lamar 286, 287. 352 

Hart. James P., Jr 326, 391, 393 

Hart, James P., 8r 11, 118, 122. 127 

Hart. Ka'herine Ann 63, 205, 421 

Hart. Thomas Maxey, Jr. 270, 397, 481, 482 

Hart. William Everett 238 

Hartel, Arthur John 277 

Kartell. Jack 484 

Hartley, Jean Carol 204 

Hartman, Martha Ann 334 

Hartwig, William H 1 17, 133 

Harusek, Hany 425 

Harvard, H. Le 63,296 

Harvey, James Ronald 307,410 

Harvey. Johnnie Ruth 340. 429 

Harvillc, Cliff. Jr 387 

Harwi-11, George Mathis. Jr. .248, 292. 410 
Harwood. Gordon Baker, Jr 234, 235 



Name Panel 

Harwood. Lucille Hollingsworth 224 

Haskew, Laurence 18,131 

Hassell, Paul Edward 73, 342 

Hanen, Nabeela 39, 196, 197 

Hassen. Raja Shahir 348 

Hassman, Patsy Ruth 336, 420, 425 

Hastings, Sue Anne 216 

Hatch, Geraldine Louise 338,419 

Hatch, Richard Joseph 300, 419 

Hatch, Sue 83 

Hatcher, Gloria Irene 83, 211, 332 

Hat6eld. Thomas Marvin 245, 423 

Hatton. Winifred Ray 63, 414 

Haughn. Jack E 399 

Haupt, Arrenia Julia 39, 224 

Hauser, Edward 273 

Hauser, Robert Ivan 264 

Hauser, Ronald Joseph 284, 301 

Hausler, Edwin Lowell, Jr 228 

Havens, Harry R 127 

Havens, Glen Hilton 113 

Havis, Joe Donald 63, 295 

Hawes. Davia Hewlett 210, 337, 351, 404 

Hawk, Martin R 319 

Hawkins, Sam W 83 

Hawley. Ann Gaines 220 

Hawley, Edwina Jeanne 39 

Hawley, Phillip Wayne 315, 391 

Haws, Dorothy June 63, 130, 386, 429 

Hawthorn, Earl C 83,294 

Hawthorn, Neal A Ill, 260, 261, 319 

Hay, Harry Stewart 132 

Hay, Wayne Melvin 73, 391, 482, 484 

Hayden, Billy D. 323 

Hayden, Buddy 288 

Hayden, Harrell Sansom 1 14, 232, 288, 

304, 352 

Hayer, Albert John 231 

Hayes, Bascom Barry 127, 299 

Hayes, Marie 125 

Haynes, Charles Milton 423 

Haynes, Earnest Lee 39 

Haynes, Frank Edward, Jr. 413 

Haynes, Harriot J 39, 332, 404 

Haynes, James Donald 73, 240, 299 

Haynie, Josephine Kathryn 63, 332 

Hays, James Roy 275, 298 

Hays, John Thomas 305 

Hays, Virginia Pauline . .214, 292, 295, 362 

Head, Sharon Yv9nne 73, 207, 427 

Headstrcam, David Lynn 249, 297 

Healy, Irene .125 

Heard, Cecil Jack 83 

Hearn, Hamilton Dale 413 

Hearne, Joe H 63, 387 

Hearon, Robert Joel, Jr 122 

Heaslet. Gardner H 294 

Heath, Joyce L'Dell 386 

Heaton, Kathleen C., Mrs 336 

Hecht, Edward Franklin 231 

Hecht, Morton Robert 99, 109, 391 

Hedgcoxe. Pat Garner 63. 321, 339 

Hedrick, Jeanice Anne 83, 337 

Heflin, Bess 121,412 

Hegdal, Natalie Eloy 119 

Heilbron, Shirley Ann 83, 209 

Heimer. Archie H 83 

Heimsath, Clovis Benton 255 

Heinen, Nancy Blanton 73, 212 

Heironymus, Dana Juan 411 

Heitler, John E 242 

Hellind, Richard Erling 40, 350, 400 

Helle, Bette Ann 83,387 

Heller. Robert. Jr 27 

Hello, Dorothy Jean 198 

Helmke, Vernoa L 282, 324 

Helprin, Benson Raimon 387 

Helvenston, Edwardo Phelps 256 

Hembree, Frances Katherine 419 

Hempel, Louis Arthur 343, 397 

Hemperley, Wilbur E. "Lucky" 63, 116 

Hemphill, Warren Clayton 73, 256. 324 

Hemsy, Ann 83 

Henderson, Alice Reed 40 

Henderson, Elizabeth Dee 201 

Henderson, Elizabeth Louise . 40, 204, 412 
Henderson, Emily Joyce . .40, 192, 333, 387 
Henderson, Evan Norrell 83, 237 

Henderson, James D. . 318 

Henderson, John 270 

Henderson, John Burns, Jr. 83, 259, 307 

Henderson, Joseph Lindsey 259 

Henderson, June Carol 220 

Henderson, Pete D 279 

Henderson. Robert Allison 40 

Henderson, Ross Kennedy, Jr 63, 132 

Henderson, Simon W 322 

Henderson, Thomas Briggs, Jr. 350,410 
Hendler, Ruth Vinn, 40, 103, 194, 226. 340, 

379, 406 

Hendricks, Vance Malcolm 323, 328 

Hendricks, Virginia 379 

Hendricks, Virginia C 491, 497 

Hendricks, Ginger 345 

Hendricks, Virginia Lee 345, 417, 498 

Hendricks, William A 27 

Hendry, Charles Durwood 343, 414, 483 

Henke, Agness, Dora 40, 417 

Henkle, James William 40. 341, 480, 481, 

482, 483 
Henkle. Richard Leroy 83, 296, 341, 483 

Henley, Robert Douglas 252 

Henley, William Richard 40, 242, 306 

Henncssy, Elizabeth Ann 338, 4 1 9 

Henry, Arlene O. 223 

Henry, Delia Rae 345, 407 

Henry, Erma Jean 412 

Henry, Florence Evelyn 83, 211, 493 

Henry, Frances 40, 206. 207 

Henry, Kay Berry 214 

Henry, Kenneth Dale '. 399 



.Varne Paaet 

Henry, Larry Gene 401 

Henry, William Arthur 83, 326 

Hensarling, Larry Reid 254. 324 

Henshaw. Richard C., Jr 1 1 1, 1 26 

Henslee. Uretha .Sue, 40, 345, 362, 387, 426, 43 1 

Hensley, Carl E 300, 419 

Hensley, Norval Austin, Jr 83 

Henson, Jimmy Howard 127 

Henze, Henry R 110 

Herald, Frank A 410 

Herbst, Alice Ann 83, 336, 429 

Herbst, Harvey R 392 

Herbst. Thomas Wesley 73. 391 

Hereford, Van Buren, Jr 83 

Herlocker, Joseph Madison 270 

Hernandez, Johnny 321, 474 

Hernandez, Nivea M 118 

Hernandez, Oschr 487 

Hernandez, Richard. Jr 127, 319 

Herndon, Jack C., Jr 83 

Herndon, John Cleveland, Jr 281 

Herndon, Jack C 314 

Herndon, Libby 63, 404 

Herndon, Tom T 293 

Herod, Silvanus, F., Jr 83 

Herran, H. Bonner, Jr 233 

Herrera, Hector V 396 

Hen-era, John C., Jr 239. 326 

Herrera, Mary 412,419 

Herrera, Roberto Richard 27, 415 

Herrera, William Leonard 73 

Herrin, Robert Taylor 245 

Herring, James Henry, III 40, 414 

Herring, Maurice E 110 

Herrmann, Paul John, Jr.. ..73, 111, 276,321 

Herrmann. Ronald J 293 

Herron, Wendell Leon 40, 116, 320 

Hertel, Paul, Jr 117 

Hess, Joe R 73, 429 

Hess, William Huie 405 

Hetherly, Jimmie Gale 83, 316 

Heuer, George Julius, Jr 27, 410 

Heusingcr, Anna Louise 73, 221 

Hewell, Harry Pat 73, 127, 386, 393 

Hewitt, Patricia Jean 210 

Heyer, Margaret Ann 345 

Heyman, Charlotte 125 

Heyrman, Jacques Sylvie 27, 268 

Hibbert, Tom Williamson 269, 298 

Hickerson, Ann Conner 207 

Hickey, Marjorie Marion 338, 419 

Hickman, Nollie W 128 

Hicks, James Roland 40 

Hicks, Joe 334,387 

Hicks, Pat 229 

Hicks, Reagan R 297 

Hicks, Wilhelmine Johanna 112, 213 

Hickson, Edwin Wayne 40 

Hierholzer, Diane 216, 217, 421 

Hieronymus, Dana Juan 393, 409 

Hiett, Claire Bell 73, 100, 101, 192 

Higashi, Yasunori 27 

Higby, Chief Charles A 304 

Higgins, Roy L 124 

Higgins, Thomas Daughterly, Jr 423 

Hightower, Charles Henry, Jr 255, 297 

Hightower, Maxwell Lee 255 

Hightower, Ransom L 397 

Hifburn, Robert Ramey .63, 102, 103, 131 

Hildebrand, Helen Jeanett* 334 

Hill, Benny M 320 

Hill, Blakely Ann 63, 332 

Hill, Constance Anne 217 

Hill, Donald Eugene . 109, 295 

Hill, Elizabeth 125 

Hill, Eugenia Webb 220 

Hill, Flora Ruth .199 

Hill, George P. ... .. 20 

Hill Hall 335 

Hill, Helen . . 125 

Hill, Herbert Wheeler .268 

Hill, Jack R 318 

Hill, James D 327,339 

Hill, Jerry P 64,96 

Hill, Jim Davis ...243 

Hill, Jim Hunter 430 

Hill, Lester Glenn, Jr 205, 244 

Hill. Lewis Edgar 132 

Hill, Lorimer Kenneth 129, 294 

Hill, N. Louise 73,405 

Hill, Marian Christine 40, 97, 214 

Hill, Nellie 115 

Hill. Patsy Sue 202 

Hill. Paul Stevens 240.300 

Hill, Robert Louis 73, 419. 423 

Hill, Sharon Raycia 205 

Hill, Ernon Barnea, Jr 126, 258 

Hill. William .. 83 

Hill. William James . . 269 

Killer, Carolyn "Jinx" 83, 193 

Killer, Edward Lovis 40, 414 

Hillman, Barbara Braden. .. 73 

Hillman, Jack E 315 

Hilton, Dale W 20 

Hilton, Frances 493 

Hilton, Frances Virginia 332, 493 

Hilton, Frank T 325 

Hilton, Frank T 73, 348 

Hilton, Gene R 40, 293 

Hilyard, Lionel Orrin 109 

Hilyard, Orrin L 40, 242 

Hinds. Patricia, 119, 122, 126. 214, 350. 351, 
362, 369, 373. 404, 405 

Hincs, Donald H 397 

Hingst, James H 266, 298 

Hinkle. Olin Ethmer 98, 131 

Hinkley, James W 83 

Hinojosa, Romeo R 40 

Hinson, Robert 84 

Hinze, Patricia Ann 73, 96, 392 

Hirlingcr, Charles Lew* 40 



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A'amf Pages 

Hirobe, Mitsuo 27 

Hiss, Anna 207, 495 

Hitt, Richard Smith 234, 320 

Hitt, Shirley Margaret 214, 490 

Hix, Carole Jean 64, 205 

Hixson, Tommy Ernest 64, 342 

Hlanak, Virginia Lois, 73, 191, 404, 419, 496 

Hobein, Lorraine 213 

Hobertz, Daryle Albert 278 

Hockaday, Olin S 117 

Hodges, Agil Earl 127, 132 

Hodges, Bobby Wayne 40, 129, 133, 400 

Hodges, Clifton Lee, Jr 127, 391, 392 

Hodges, Gus M 1 1 8, 259 

Hodges, Lady Clyde, 64, 121, 192, 193, 412,422 

Hodges, Margaret 192, 362, 405 

Hodges, Marthanne 64 

Hodges, Mary Elma 40, 336 

Hodges, Rex 261 

Hodges, Richard Huff 258, 296 

Hodgson, June Kindley 336 

Hoehn, Mary Charlotte 1 15, 221 

Hoerman, Bruce Nell 387 

Hoff, Bill B 64, 240, 288, 308, 349, 377, 

460, 461 

HofF, Bill Barnes 453 

Hoff, Charles G., Jr 73, 252, 296 

Hoffie, Walter Paul 236, 299 

Hoffman, Carroll U 296 

Hoffman, George Walter 269 

Hoffman, Glenn F 298, 335, 420, 429, 

468, 471 

Hoffman, Sue Margaret 73, 200, 405 

Hofmeister, Ludy C 1 14, 132, 293 

Hoffmeyer, Martha Sue 73, 203, 496 

Hoffpauir, Francis C 342, 348 

Hogan, Walter A 102, 248, 324 

Hoge, William Roberts, Jr 64, 274 

Hogue, Beluh Irma 202 

Hoke, Loretta 12,i 

Holbrook, Donald Carter 40, 312, 328 

Hoick, Albert William 386, 417 

Hoick, Manfred, Jr 113 

Holcomb, Dixie Ann 191 

Holcomb, James Myron 64, 259, 294 

Holden, Alys Mae 64. 334 

Holden, Patrick 233, 315 

Holder, Cecil Lloyd 299 

Holland, Billy D 64 

Holland, Jack 15, 98, 135, 348 

Holland, James Richard 429 

Holland, Johnnie B 73, 297 

Holland, Peggy Camille 40 

Holland, Sidney M., Jr 73, 322 

Holland, William Webb 133 

Holle, Walter 64 

Holliday, Robert W 275, 318 

Hollingsworth, Beverly Jean 218, 386 

Hollingsworth, James L 292 

Hollis, Patricia Ann 74, 207 

Hollister, Jack Hayden 64, 276, 297 

Hollon, Mary Jo. .64, 93, 224, 351, 360, 381, 
404, 422, 427 

Holloway, Charles Edmund 258, 314 

Holloway, Harold Deen 249 

Hollowell, Nancy Jean 64, 104, 105, 

351, 404 

Hollowell, Samuel Tilden, Jr 307 

Hollway, Barbara Joan 64 

Holly, Clinton L 74 

Holly, Walter W 116, 314, 429 

Holm, Elizabeth Ann 83, 345 

Holm, Elizabeth Peek 387 

Holman, Dixon W., Jr 22, 254 

Holmes, Philip H., Jr 83, 275, 483 

Holt, Mary Louise 204, 226 

Holt, Robert Clark 398 

Holubec, Ernest 408 

Holubec, Gardina 408 

Holzwarth, Charles Homer 247 

Holtzclaw, Marjorie L 64, 192 

Holtzman, Sandra Ellen 208 

Holzmann, Frank D 294 

Home Economics Club 412 

Homsy, Ann 337 

Honeycutt, Jerland M 27, 242 

Honeycutt, Robert G 40, 322, 335 

Honnicutt, Honey 387 

Honoraries 107 

Hood, Anita Louise 27 

Hood, Walton Don 124, 277, 326, 391 

Hooper, Dewey Jackson. . . .40, 132, 348, 427 

Hooper, Stanley, Jr 318 

Hooser, William 409 

Hoover, Camerson Lee 250, 321, 386 

Hoover, Joseph Allen 83 

Hoover, Mandy Lou 196 

Hopkins, Glynn W'esley 40 

Hopkins, Harry B. (Sgt.) 290, 301 

Hopkins, Hammond Warfield 254, 349 

Hopkins, Martha Anne 74, 225, 404, 497 

Hopkins, William F 321, 351 

Hoppe, Gloria F 74 

Hoppe, Patricia 205 

Hopper, John Martin 254 

Hopper, Tony Pollard 220 

Hopperstcad, Conrad Orville 429 

Hopson, Ernest L 296 

Hopson, Jerry L 242 

Hord, Shirley M 125, 403 

Horkan, Patricia Ann 210 

Horkon, Patricia Ann 74 

Horn, James H 41, 286 

Horn, Patricia Ellen 412 

Hornaday, William Deming 248 

Horning, Judith Clare 192 

Hornsby, Hugh M., Ill 320 

Hornung, Grayce G 41, 110, 122, 345 

Horowitz, Joseph Ronald 272 

Horowitz, Norman 41, 392 

Horrigon, Patrick Hilsman 387 



Name Pages 

Horton, Beth 405 

Horton, Henrie 386 

Horton, Joe Frank 41 

Horton, Kenneth W 320, 335 

Horvath, Louis Teixeira 351, 495, 496 

Horwitz, Donald Charles 264 

Horwitz, Julian Victor 129, 272, 273, 

288, 327, 352 

Horwitz, Renee Elaine 208 

Hovey, Lester Eugene 74 

Houghton, Ralph J 397, 400 

House, Barbara Worth 198 

House, Jon Wesley 259,314 

House, William Claude, Jr., 64, 111, 293, 294 

House, William H 391 

Housewright, Joe Tipton . . 244, 296, 352, 409 
Houston, Mary Elizabeth. . ..202,405,412 

Houston, Sam 298 

Houy, Clinton L 320, 462 

Howard, Charles B 323, 335, 341, 454, 

481, 482 

Howard, Charles E 298 

Howard, Corky 481, 482 

Howard, Harold Carter 341, 352 

Howard, John R 317 

Howard, Judy Margaret 83, 221 

Howard, Nicholas L 319 

Howard, William Elray 286 

Howard, William John 41, 258 

Howe, Dana Dunbar 200, 428 

Howe, Patricia Ann 198 

Howell, Douglas W., Jr 74, 254, 319 

Howell, Jack W., Ill 22, 64, 103, 131, 

254, 307, 347, 427 

Howell, Margaret Safford 215 

Howell, Robert Franklin 389 

Howell, Sidney 74, 220, 337, 351, 426 

Howell, Tommy Forrest 74, 207, 233 

Howelle, John Lawrence 410 

Hoy, Robert H 74,270,299 

Hoyt, Thomas J 64, 240, 320, 335, 352, 

460, 461 

Hoyt.ThomasJ 453 

Hruzek, Harry Max 64, 414, 425 

Hubbard, Ford, Jr 350, 487 

Hubbard, Jackson Chandler 126, 393 

Hubbard, Joe Donald 113 

Hubbard, Robert Lester. . . . 83, 124, 386, 409 

Hubbs, Clark, Dr 110 

Hubby, John Lee 260 

Hubert, Kenneth Ray 297, 341 

Huckabee, Charles J 298 

Hudgings, Emma Jean 112 

Hudnall, Jarrett, Jr 298, 341 

Hudson, Edward Randall, Jr. 83, 277 

Hudson, John Mansel 344 

Hudson, Sara Jewell 387 

Hudson, Wellborn Royston 127 

Hudspeth, Hal 409 

Hudspeth, Harry L 127, 348 

Hudspeth, Howard W 325 

Huff, Beecher 484 

Huff, Mark Emily, Jr 254 

Huff, Millicent 64,103,134 

Huff, Norma Jean 41,420 

Huff, Roy Prewett, Jr 248, 293, 348 

Huffman, Alan Edward 83, 239, 315 

Huffman, Charles W 41 

Huffman, Dorothy Ellen. . . .83, 211, 332, 420 

Huffman, Robert James 74, 274, 308 

Huffstutler, Miles Conrad, Jr 41 

Hufsmith, Frank L 260 

Huggins, Jim Buck 83,427 

Hughes, Arleigh Bruce 344 

Hughes, Benny Harry 83, 127 

Hughes, Benny Howard 257 

Hughes, Charles Louis 74 

Hughes, Joe D 297 

Hughes, Larry B 317 

Hughes, Margaret Frances 83, 213 

Hughes, Marshall 454 

Hughes, Robert Edward 307 

Hughes, Virgil Ross 319, 391 

Hughes, William C 117, 242, 243 

Hugly, Harry Walter 276 

Huitt, James Frederick 252, 325 

Hull, Charles Lee 64, 414 

Hull, James Willis 74 

Hull, Jimmy L 296 

Hull, Molly Davenport 74 

Hull, Thurman Slue 454 

Hullman, Barbara Braden 412 

Hullum, Mary Jo 41, 202 

Hulse, Macie Anne 74, 214, 392 

Humble, Henry Richard 410 

Hummel, Jack Lowe 292 

Humphrey, Agnes Irene 345 

Humphrey, San Wayne 351 

Humphreys, Edward Lee, III, 350, 352, 453, 

460, 461 

Humphries, W. Houston, Jr 41, 400 

Humke, Robert Wayne 117, 398 

Hunt, Barbara Ann 74, 212 

Hunt, Ernest Lloyd, Jr 306 

Hunt, Glenn 83, 261 

Hunt, Jame Theodore 60, 256, 257, 288, 

298, 352 

Hunt, Kathleen 41, 192, 193 

Hunt, Margaret Ann 219, 491 

Hunter, David Hill 329, 386 

Hunter, Emma Jucel 219 

Hunter, Emma Lu 83, 337 

Hunter, Gilpin 74, 240 

Hunter, James D 321 

Hunter, Mary Martha 64, 412 

Hunter, Riploy Harold, Jr., 234, 235, 325, 352 

Huntsman, Bob J 64, 300 

Hurlbert, Halstead Eubank, Jr 34, 317, 

235, 397 

Hurley, France Edith 415 

Hurt, George Enoch, Colonel 253, 391 



Name Pages 

Hurter, Dorothy Sansing 386 

Huser, Laverne Carl 420 

Huser, Ruthanne 120, 206 

Hutchios, Jette Vee 386 

Hutchins, Mary Amelia 27, 125, 412 

Hutchinson, Markha V 333, 403 

Hutchinson, Thomas A 128 

Hutchinson, William Thomas, Jr. . 64, 339, 414 

Hutson, Alice Ann 74, 205, 334, 404, 412 

Button, Gwendolyn 84, 322 

Hyde, James F., Jr 293 

Hyltin, Tom Martin 348 



labaj, Lydia 
lane. Warren J 
Igoe, Annie 
lies, Larry Gene 



74, 



Ilett, Phyllis 

Immel, John Lewis 

Inabnet, Carol Ann 

Ing, Shirley Joyce 

Ingalls, Lawrence A 

Ingerson, Mary Zoe 

Ingerton, Robert Richard 

Inglish, Mary June ............. 74, 

Ingraham, Hubert Holmes, Jr. . .22, 
335, 

Ingram, Jack T 
Ingram, William Davis 
Ingwerson, Sonya Anne ... 1 12, 204, 
351, 405, 

Interfraternity Council 
Intramurala 

Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 
Ip, Che 

Ireland, Joe Lewis 
Irvine, Annie 
Isenberg, Don Lee 
Isett, Philip Edward 
Isham, Robert Owen, Jr 
Isman, Mary Jo 
Iverson, Patsy Ann 
Ives, Peggy Jean ............... 64, 

Ivey, Ellis 

Ivey, France Lou .............. 64, 

Ivey, Frank La Rue 

Ivey, Mary Louise ..... 41, 214, 351, 

Ivy, Arthur Wayman 



408 
311 
125 

257, 325 
412 
244 

41, 200 
27, 115 
293 

, 204, 333 
279, 307 
, 220, 426 
240, 314, 
, 437, 453 
266 

259, 317 
337, 379, 
, 407, 497 
288 
479 
413 
132 

127, 327 
122 

84, 267 
238, 309 
41, 316 
497 
224 

, 200, 226 
249 

203, 426 
249, 320 
404, 421 
117, 398 



Jackman, Tommy William 323, 335 

Jackson, Anna C 41, 134, 345 

Jackson, Anna Margaret 130 

Jackson, Bettye 190 

Jackson, David Ray 41, 317, 321 

Jackson, Frances Ann 41, 412 

Jackson, Henry Holman 427 

Jackson, Homer Herbert, Jr 41, 246, 283, 

352, 382 

Jackson, J. L 260, 261 

Jackson, James Forbes, Jr 74, 248, 292 

Jackson, Jean Ernestine. . . .41, 224, 225, 362 

Jackson, Jean L 205 

Jackson, Joseph M 228 

Jackson, Joyce Merrill 134, 345 

Jackson, June 205, 362 

Jackson, Lorna Jean 332 

Jackson, Mary Ann 84 

Jackson, Martha Ruth 74, 197, 412 

Jackson, Melba Haworth 125 

Jackson, Norma June 332 

Jackson, Penrose B 126 

Jackson, Robert William. . . 109, 244, 483, 498 

Jackson, Ronald M 84, 315, 348 

Jackson, Tommy Hayes 274, 305, 483 

Jacobs, Gloria Virginia 74, 245 

Jacobs, Howard 272, 325 

Jacobs, Janet Demar 84, 193 

Jacobs, Joyce 84, 213, 387 

Jacobs, Richard Malcom 231 

Jacobs, Slyvia H 392 

Jacobson, Jerry Harris 231 

Jacobson, Simon Arthur 410 

Jacoby, Henry Donnan 245, 486 

Jaeggli, Velma T 125 

James, Dilmus D 295 

James, Donald Marvin 84, 243, 339 

James, Elinor 345, 405 

James, Henry Scott 240, 316 

James, J. Juanelle 27 

James, Jan Thornton 64, 412 

James, Jerry 345 

James, Keith Eldon 27 

James, Mary Bell Granger 125 

James, Richard H 317 

James, Terry R 270 

Jamison, Peggy Joyce 121, 199, 393, 411 

Janda, Rose Eleanor. . 84, 338, 408, 419, 425 

Janger, Jerry 272 

Janik, Adolph E 64 

Janse, Hector Mason, Jr 232 

Janzen, William 430 

Jerger, Jerome 325 

Jarrett, John Wesley, III 275, 307 

Jaschke, Gladys Marie 417 

Jaynes, Don D 41, 292 

Jaynes, James K 64, 111, 262 

Jeffers, Leroy 13 

Jeffers, Sonya Lee 386 

Jeffrey, Gaines C 74 

Jeffrey, Vera 64 

Jenkins, Charles Edward 398 

Jenkins, Gayle 84 

Jenkins, Jeff D., Jr 41 

Jenkins, Johnson Andrew 64, 324 

Jenkins, Nancy Maxine 64, 220, 421 



Name Pages 

Jennings, Al 109 

Jentsch, Ralph Marvin 113 

Jenull, Mary Virginia 84, 225, 337, 405 

Jessen, Frank W 399 

Jewell, Frank Randall 240 

Jewett, Darrell Charles 127, 307, 339 

Jewett, JoanC 113 

Jibril, Abbas 427 

Jindrich, Warren Joseph 41, 268 

Jinles, Wiley U 300 

Jipp, Jean P 294 

Jircik, Vivian Elizabeth .. 345 412 

Jobes, William Paul 326, 400, 461 

Joekel, Robert Charles 391 

Johanson, April Jerodine 84, 201, 334, 

386, 428 

Johanson, Van Diane 74, 200, 404, 422 

Johns, John 245, 482 

Johns, Robert Allen 249 

Johnson, Amy lone, 64, 204, 314, 374, 422, 427 

Johnson, Andrew J 339 

Johnson, Benny F 117, 127 

Johnson, Carolyn Hope 41 

Johnson, Cecil Earl 126 

Johnson, Claire 74, 336, 429 

Johnson, Clyde Taylor 279 

Johnson, Danny Bartell 294 

Johnson, Dean Carey 131. 304 

Johnson, Dianne Gayles 84, 194, 423 

Johnson, Don Paul 287, 293 

Johnson, Douglas Ann 64, 103, 134, 204, 

350, 351, 360, 381, 402, 404 

Johnson, Edward A 417, 418 

Johnson, Ellen Lucille 386 

Johnson, Francis Joseph 304 

Johnson, Gerald Elvin 84, 279, 295, 339 

Johnson, Harry Evard 41, 400 

Johnson, Harry Leigh 430 

Johnson, Helen Sue M, 96, 190 

Johnson, Hiram 461 

Johnson, Howard Enoch 386 

Johnson, Howard (Smitty) 84, 269, 318 

Johnson, Joan 41, 202, 242, 422, 496 

Johnson, Joann 207 

Johnson, John (Bull) 437 

Johnson, John W 295 

Johnson, Judy 96 

Johnson, Katherine Louise 201 

Johnson, Leonard Marcus 317, 400 

Johnson, Marilyn Lois 417 

Johnson, Marion 41, 133, 278, 348, 430 

Johnson, Mary Gene 122 

Johnson, Nicholas 127 

Johnson, Norvel Keith 275 

Johnson, Pinckney M., Jr 41, 348, 405 

Johnson, Ralph Benjamin, Jr 398, 419 

Johnson, Richard C 316, 405 

Johnson, Ruby Ruth 74, 192, 425 

Johnson, Sarah Elizabeth 84, 386, 430 

Johnson, Stewart Calvin 261 

Johnson, Sue 74, 214, 337, 345, 405, 412 

Johnson, Thomas Penn, 84, 307, 348, 386, 460 

Johnson, Virginia Sue 84 

Johnson, William Dodson 316 

Johnson, William Emmett 234 

Johnson, William M 294 

Johnston, Patricia Ann 197, 419, 428 

Johnston, Roy Edens 60, 286 

Jones, Allie Ruth 42, 218, 219, 403 

Jones, Archie N 124, 277, 386 

Jones, Barbara Lou 42, 190, 403 

Jones, Billy Bob 64 

Jones, Bobby Claude 98, 104, 381 

Jones, Bobby Wyatt 42, 98, 414 

Jones, Bruce Edward 284, 325, 393 

Jones, Burton A 405 

Jones, Catherine Bunny 386 

Jones, Celene Sally 336, 421 

Jones, Charles Eric 122, 127, 246 

Jones, Charles Hal, III 243 

Jones, Donald LaHann, Jr 240, 294, 298, 

335. 452 

Jones, Eleanor Patricia 193 

Jones, Erie Lynn 127 

Jones, Frederick Richard 236, 325 

Jones, Henry Grady 64, 95, 286 

Jones, Hubert Blackburn Ill 

Jones, J. Kathryn 27 

Jones, Jack Guy 129, 270, 291 

Jones, James Carroll (T) . . .42, 322, 335, 352, 
437, 439, 453 

Jones, James Kenton 116, 322 

Jones, James Owen 132 

Jones, James Pat 270 

Jones, Joe Harvell 304 

Jones, John Roland 295, 462, 464 

Jones, Katherine 112 

Jones, L. Dean 64, 233 

Jones, Linden Earl 234, 314 

Jones, Marge Hargrove. . . 137, 190, 315, 362, 

368, 426 

Jones, Nancy Ruth 220 

Jones, Oscar Freer, HI 254, 453 

Jones, Patricia Ann 212 

Jones, Patricia Elizabeth 193, 387 

Jones, Patsy Jean 84, 336 

Jones, Paul Dea 306 

Jones, Phyllis Ann 64, 216, 422 

Jones, Robert Claude 131 

Jones, Robert Eugene 256 

Jones, Robert Lynn 64 

Jones, Robert Newton 84, 283, 296 

Jones, Roger Dall 277 

Jones, Roland 335 

Jones, Ronald Ross 64, 391 

Jones, R. Roy 64 

Jones, Thomas E 351 

Jones, Tolbert Nat 276 

Jones, Tony Everett 128 

Jones, William Franklin 232 

Jones, Wilton Ira 74 



PACK 522 



.Vow /'off" 

JOHN, Zuma L 64 

Jopling.Joan 4. 221. 412 

Jorgensen, Charles John. Jr. 307, 417 

Jordan. Donley Duart Ill 

Jordan. Dowdell Wylie M 

Jordan. Edwin R 325 

Jordan. Emilie Joy 202 

Jordan.Grae 64 

Jordan. Nancigail 84, 224. 426 

Jordan. Sally Ann 224. 322. 426 

Joseph. Diana Itt 96.212 

Joseph, Janelle 84, 197.491 

Joseph, Marlene Louise 42. 200. 421 

Joseph, Roger K. 316 

Joseph. Ruth Rhodes 125 

Joilin. Charles A 42. 96. 104. 105. 109 

Jourdan, Betty Ine 42 

Joyce, George C., Jr 42 

Joyce, Merrill Jackson 103 

Joyner, Hagan Darwin 31ft 

Joynson, Thomas McKinley 240 

Judin, Martha 491 

Judaon, Beverlv Jen 214 

Jung. Helen Heist- 386, 393 

Jung. Robert William 393 

Jungman. Thomas Adolph 323. 420 

Jungmichel, Buddy 436, 437 

./union 59 

Junkin, Sam McDowell 430 

Juvenal. John Bethel 258.299 



Kahler. Charles Norman 391 

Kahlick, Colleen 206. 338 

Kahn, Sandra Alyce 222 

Kahn. Sandra Jeanne 74. 420, 489. 497 

Kain. Patrick Joseph 255. 307 

Kale. Helen 420 

Kallender, Mary IJlen 202 

Kallina, James Douglas David 42, 276 

Kalmus, Lawrence J 298, 437 

Kamacho, Nina 411 

Kamas, Daniel Calvin 64, 408 

Kaminski. Benedict 419 

Kaminsky, Marvin B 314 

Kanter. Shirley Elaine 64. 194. 411 

Kanti, Gladys Lawther 125 

Kaplan, Carolyn 42, 333 

Kaplan. Elliot Robert 281 

Kaplan. George Willard 231, 391 

Kaplan, James HarUnd 264,322 

Kaplan, Jerald Marvin 231. 264, 327 

Kaplan. Ralph S. 311 

Kaplan, Sandra Beth 84, 209 

Kaplan. Shirley Maxine 403 

Kapp. Armand Leon 281 

Kappa Alp/la 248 

Kappa Alpka Tlula 215 

Kappa Beta Pi 119 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 216 

Kappa Kappa Pri 390 

Kappa Pri 414 

Kappa Sigma 350 

Karbach, Kathleen Emilie 64, 215, 313. 



64, 113. 
317. 335, 
74, 124, 

42.224. 

84, 

.110, 



Karotkin, Leonard. Jr., 42. 129. 264. 
Karpos, George Tony 42. 133, 236, 

Kartelenu, George Rudolph 

Kasimatis. John 27, 

Kati, Eugene 8. 

Kati, Irving Lester 

Kati, Jo Ann Frankel 

Kati, Maurine Frankel "Renie". . . 

Kati, Robert Nathan 

Kaufman, Jordpn William 

Kaufman, Marilyn Bromberg 

Kaufman, Tom 

Kauffman, Susanne llyne. 42, 115, 
350, 374 
Kawaniata, Kiinihirn . 

Kawas, Jesse B 

Kay. Sara Jean 

Kaien, Tony A 

Keahey. James Howard 

Keasler. Mary Cym 

Kebelman, Gretfhen 

Keefauver, Margaret Fink 
Keeler, George hldridge 
Keeling, Clovis Alfred 

Keeling, Robert L. 

Keen, Jerry D 

Knner, Kenneth C 

Keeton, Page 

Keilhorn, Charles 

Keir. Jacqueline Anne . 

Keith, Hensley 

Keith, Nancy Eliot 

Kdfer, Russell L 

Keller, Betty Jean 

Keller. Franklin Donald 

Keller. Harris Lee 

Keller Henry 
Keller. Robert M. ... 

Keller, Ronald C 

Keller, Terry Charlene 

Kelley, A Dwain 

Kelley, Barbara Kay 

Ki-llry, Jane 

K,]l,.y, Kathleen 74, 224. 337 

Kcllry. reward C 

Kelley, William C. 
Kellner. Evelyn Jean 3, 42, 

191 

Kelly, Alice Leona 

Kelly. Marhara 

Kelly, Betty L. 

Kelly. Edward Clemens 

Kelly, Jack Carl 42.111 

Krlly. James (). 243, 



318, 328 
399, 405 
..... 127 
277, 484 
272, 401 
84,273 
.42, 194 
84,411 
126,319 
..27. 128 
..... 42 
295.302 
122, 194, 
393, 407 
..... 27 
..... 339 
o33, 409 
i37, 453 
27,323 
1H4, 225 
225, 402 
336, 496 
248, 389 
64, 279 
..... 84 
.84,318 
..... 300 



.114, 



243 
..... 108 

343 

345.403 
..... 127 

345 

323,420 

272. 296 

74.350 

272. 273 

323 

84, 191 
..... 42 
431,497 

419 

351. 405 
437, 453 

294 

100. 190. 
383, 403 
..... 198 
:)-:. 41'ii 
42, 420 
335,425 
339. 391 
25. 339 



.Yaw Pagei 

Kelly. Jane Magdaleyn 213 

Krlly, Jerrold Joseph 258 

Kelly. Lorena Ann 192 

Kelly. Hena Bee 84 

Kelly. Roy Ernest 335, 453, 462, 465 

Kelly. Thomas F 324 

Kelly. Thomas J 113 

Kelrnan, Lloyd 8. 320 

KemWe, Robert Lloyd M 

Kemble, Stephen Allen 274 

Kemp, Kenneth Bryant, Jr 74 

Kemp, Kenneth Howard 42. 266 

Kemp, William Franklin 42. 111. 113. 308 

Kemp, William Glenn Ill 

Kempler. Kenneth G 281 

Kendall. Martian Ann 220 

Kendall. Clarence F. 233 

Kendall, Don 483 

Kendall. Patricia Ann 93. 112, 202, 351. 405 

Kendall, Rosa Drane 221 

Kendrick, Frank Erwin, Jr., 42. 110, 122. 268 

Kennamer. Jerry W 296, 454 

Kennedy, James Durkin 257 

Kennedy. Malcolm Don 42 

Kennedy, Margaret 125 

Kenny. Mary Jo 42, 121 

Kenny, Robert Wayne 42, 102, 104, 105, 

131, 352, 380 

Kent, Harry Llewellyn 127 

Kent, James J. 127, 339 

Kern, Ralph D 316 

Kerr, Barbara 64, 202, 409 

Kerr, Randa Lee 216 

Kerr, William Monroe 258, 259 

Kerry, Henry E 319 

Kershner, John Gayle 84. 101 

Kesaler. Fred B 352 

Key, Herbert 8 295 

Key, Jane Elisabeth 74, 221 

Key, William Milton 316 

Keys, William Edward 131 

Kiblinger, William Gordon 84, 247 

Kidd, Barbara Ann 220, 490 

Kidd, Jack C 320, 386, 429 

Kidd, Philip Wesley 256, 300, 335 

Kidd, Thornton Lenoir 42 

Kidwell, James Richard 64, 127, 128, 414 

Kieffer, Paul Mattocks 64, 237, 317 

Kiely, Harry C 27, 429 

Kieth, Hensley 483 

Kilgore, Margaret 125 

Killim, Allen Page 298,429 

Killough, John Andrew 113 

Kilpatrick, Johanna 74. 207 

Kimbrough, Harris McDonald 271, 484 

Kimmey, Rowena 495 

Kimmons, Wylie Mack 305 

King, Bobby Keith 419 

King, Carolyn Baker 191 

King, Gerald Lee 84 

King, Glenda Lynn 84 

King,J. T 436,437 

King, John Henry 124 

King, Juanice Lanell 345, 407, 412 

King, Lou Ann 197 

King, Marvin Earl 64, 111, 268, 299 

King, Mary Ellen 43, 200, 419 

King, Merton 248 

Kinker, Boyd 335 

Kinnamon, Keneth 43 

Kinney. John Mark 209, 405, 461 

Kinsel, Jay Frank 236 

Kinsey, Robert Howard 84, 127, 423 

Kipp, John Theodore 43, 278, 306 

Kipp, Robert G 43, 278 

Kidy Hall. . .336 

Kirk, Garland C . 43 

Kirkley. David James 269 

Kirkpatrick, Carols 400, 415 

Kirkpatrick. Joel Bryant 131 

Kirkpatrick. Mary S 125 

Kirksey, Thomas David 233, 300, 302 

Kirschner, Richard L 43 

Kirsh, Eileen Lois 84, 209 

Kirstein, Maretta 84, 96, 337, 387 

Kirton, Gordon Paul 127, 418 

Kiser, George Edward 132 

Kissinger, William Byron 398 

Kistler. Ernest Losso'n, Jr. 256, 294, 301, 413 
Kitchens. Malcolm Thomas. 322. 335, 423. 437 

Klapp. Bill D 84, 299 

Klappenbach, Pearl Grace 84, 112 

Klapper, Jan 208 

Klasel, Daniel Edward 74, 419 

Klaus. Ewald Fred, Jr. 27. 430 

Klein, Harold Lee 343, 387 

Klein, Rosalie Amelia 64, 200, 404. 424. 489 

Klein, Rosdee 491 

Klein. Shirley Jean 64, 351 

Klein, Stuart Samuel 74,281 

Kleinman, Harold Fred 1 14, 272. 352 

Kleinschmidt. Clark Ingram 43, 97, 274 

Klekar, Rosie J 245, 40S 

Klemmedson, Ruth Matilda 43, 409 

Kleymeyer, Ralph T., Jr 27 

Klindworth. Lauretta 84,215 

Kline, Sgt 497 

Kline. William R., Jr 300 

Klippi. Vernon John 279, 309 

Kloesel. Joseph Antboy, Jr 401 

Klopsteck, Eleanor 345 

Kloli. Diana 74. 100, 332, 362, 402 

Kloti. Layton A. B 238, 398 

KnaHB. Albert Urbahn 236 

KnamB, John Ryan 74, 323, 341. 

481. 482. 486 

Knapp, Martha Ann 64, 220. 402 

Knaus. Ronald Reeves 3, 64. 105 

Kneip. Lleanor Jane 345. 420. 426. 429 
Kncip, Jerre Grahm 305, 341, 488 
Kneuper. Edward, Jr 453 



.Vornr PagfM 

Knight, Bob P. 103, 127, 296, 339, 415, 419 

Knight. James Royce 84. 307 

Knight. Willie Allen 43, 341 

Knobler. Ivan William 64. 97, 280, 281, 

348, 480 

Knode. William F 234 

Knopp, Kenneth Paul 307. 419 

Knotts. Mary E 43, 96. 97, 216, 402 

Knowles, Gene R 64 

Knox, Morris S 127 

Kobe, Donald Holm 127, 322, 391 

Kobe, Kenneth A 133 

Koch. Helen L 125 

Koehl. Kenneth Francis 400, 423 

Koelle, Emmit Alton, Jr 316, 413, 417 

Koen. 0. V 3 

Koepke, Patricia Lee 191, 492, 496 

Kogut, Thelma 64 

Kohuteh, Franklin H 324 

Kolb. George Base 256, 324 

Kolmen, Abe 300 

Kongabel, Carolyn Ruth .74. 112, 220, 412 

Koo ney, Calvin 296 

Kopecek, Jerry T 408 

Koppel, Betty Lou 64, 194, 226. 351 

Kornfield, Julian Potash 74, 264, 323 

Korth, Ellen Ann 206 

Koriekwa, Clement Robert 43, 419 

Kosel, Harold Frank 399, 419 

Kost. Stanley Harold 122 

Kostak, Willia Joe 348, 429 

Koster, Earlene Adele 197 

Kostohryi, Robert Lee 296, 348 

Kotsebue, Robert William, Jr. 43, 401, 483 

Kotiebuc, Kenneth Lee 127, 133, 417 

Kovach, Margaret Ban 43, 220, 332 

Koia, LaVerne Marilyn 84, 201, 338 

Kramer, Ben J. M 344, 419 

Krams, Sidney Warren 231, 392 

Krause, Donald E 84, 127, 351, 486 

Krause, James David 252 

Krause, Lynwood Curtis 324, 401 

Kreager, Dorothy Jane 43, 103, 134, 190 

Kreimerman, Martin C 43, 280, 281 

Kreisle, Leonard! Ferdinand 127, 133, 401 

Krenek, Joyce Ann 64, 206, 340 

Kress, Irene F 74, 497 

Kreul, Charles Raleigh 43. 294, 339, 400 

Kretdorn, Roy R 1 17, 263 

Krist, Stanley Jack 275, 316 

Kriiak, Eugene 419 

Krochman, Ann 43, 212 

Krog, Barbara Ann 84, 207 

Kromas, John Allen 344, 393 

Kronkosky, Preston Conrad 305 

Kroveti, Charles 230 

Krummenacher, Bruce 74 

Krupp, Joan 208 

Kruse, William Charles. . 417 

Kubala, Mark Jerome 74, 110, 293, 408, 

419, 484 

Kubin, Charles Calvin 64, 242, 322, 397 

Kucera, Karolyn 84, 225, 337, 404, 492 

Kuhlman, Lynn 216, 402, 405, 427 

Kuhlmann, Gretchen Patricia 334, 419 

Kuhn, John Peter 298, 334, 454 

Kuhn, Sammye Ann 64, 210 

Kuiser, Sherman 453 

Kull, Freida Fern 43, 334, 405 

Kusin, Sherman Allen 272, 273, 320 

Kusisto, D 302 

KuyKendall, Joe Gaylon 43 

Kuykendall, Robert P 314 

Kvinta, Charles James 295, 425, 484 

Kvinta, John Frank, Jr 425 

Kyle, Douglas Edward 298 

Kyle, Maxine Lucia 74, 214 

kyser, Albert Curry 43, 127, 133, 315, 401 
Kyser, James Burley 44, 127, 133, 413 



Labbaul, Habib 348 

LaBounty, Donna Jeanne .. 43, 121, 198, 199 

Labowitz, Harris Bernard 231, 314 

Lacey, Ann Page 84, 221 

Lacey, Larry Lee 417, 423 

Lackey, Nancy Winona 84 

Lackland, Billy Gene. 339,401 

Lacy, Jack R 74,326 

Lacy, John Edward 43, 400 

Lacy, Larry 270 

Ladcwig, Janis Joyce 84, 332 

Ladner, Franklin Kermit 294 

Ladon. Elisabeth 43, 115, 206. 340, 422 

Laftan, Brian Fredrick 84, 235 

La Flore, Barbara 402 

LaFour, Tavia Rae. . . . 64. 404, 496 

LaGrone, Alfred H 133 

LaGrone, Glenda Gay 84, 207 

Laine, Alice Katherine 27,333 

Lake, John W 27 

Lakenmacher. Daniel William 253 

Lakenmacher. June 84, 203, 496 

Lamb, Beverly Beth 409 

Lamb, Thomas Patrick 244, 327 

iMmbdi CM Alpha 252, 253 

Lambdin, Jama C 311 

Lambert, Betty Jean 64 

Lamm, Julia Davene 84, 201 

Lamm, Loretta Maureen 43, 190, 226 

Lammers, Shirley June 405 

Lamour, Alejandro 299. 301 

Lamp, Beverly Gene 417 

Lamp, Floyd Ray 43, 414, 417 

I.:UM|- rt, Leon Max . 230 

Lampley, G. H Ill, 327, 391, 425 

Lancaster, Carroll Townes 242 

Lancaster, Olin Clifton, Jr 64, 254. 430 



Same Pagtt 

Undes. Robert Paul .240 

Landry. Annette Sue 205, 337, 492 

Landry, Duane Eugene 127, 278 

Landry, Edward John 317 

Lane, Barbara E . . 64 

Lane. Bill 483 

Lane, Claud Pope 278, 299 

Lane. Julia Ann 84, 332, 412, 497 

Lane, Mary Maud 191, 405, 426 

Lane, Warren J 132 



Lane, William Joseph .................. 343 

Laney, Christiana Bertrand ........ 213. 387 

Laney, Kera Bertrand ......... 43, 362, 386 

Laney, Shirley Anne ............... 336, 420 

Lang, Dorothy Jean ................. 206 

Lang. Herbert Howard ............. 126, 405 

Lange, John O ......................... Ill 

Lange, Robert E ............... 43, 103, 109 

Langen, Phillip DeRay ................. 295 

Langfbrd, Daniel A .................... 319 

Langford, James Monroe ............ 74, 235 

I .:t rn'li inl, Ted Louis ............ 64, 307 

Langford. William Curtis 74, 326, 390, 391 
Linfh: m. Bill Preston ................. 429 

Langhorae, Robert Alston, Jr ....... 247, 348 

Langston. Mary Kathryn ........... 44, 190 

Langworthy, Eugene Merton 429 

Lanham, Eliiabeth ................ 114, 132 

Linier. Ella Wilson .................... 125 

Lanier, Rowena .................... 74, 493 

Laning, Gale Brooks ................... 44 

I. aim, Morris Jerome ........... 268 

Lansford. Alex John (Buck) 297. 335. 437. 453 
Lansford, Mary Joan ............... 64, 207 

Lanter, Charles Ellis ................ 232 

Lapidus, Albert Leon .............. 314, 344 

Lapidus, Harold Stanley ........... 314, 344 

Lapin, Jack Lowell .................... 273 

Lappe, Travis L ....................... 298 

l.ai ] uat r.t, M. Caroline ........... 44 

Laredo Club .......................... 415 

Largent. Charles E ................. 319 

LaRowe, Daisy Eliiabeth .............. 84 

LaRowe. John Hart ..... . 44 

LaRowe, Lhassa ................... 97. 427 

Larrea, Freddy Ayala .................. 84 

Larsen, Bill Andrew ................... 387 

Larson. Gabriel Eric .............. 115, 115 

Lasater, Patricia Ann ........... 44, 332, 404 

Lasseter, Charles Erwin ............. 64, 111 

Lasseter, Martha Ann ............. 207, 388 

Laster, Robert Earl .......... 306,342 

Latham, Phillip A ............ .64 

Latham, Swanee ............... 64, 202, 422 

Latson, Claude H .................... 387 

Lauderdale, James Henry 129, 321, 324 

Laughlin, Ann ........ 224, 226, 337, 402. 419 

Laughlin, James Emmet ..... 44. 93, 383, 400 

Laughlin, Thomas Edward, Jr. . 74. 127, 252 
Laughlin, William Joseph .......... 244, 413 

Laursen, Betty Lorraine ........... 387, 40* 



Lauterstein, George 1 
Laves, Gloria Yvonne 
La Vine, Harriet Beth 
Law, Robert Adger 
Lawes, Leonard P 
Lawhon, Vivia Pauline 
Lawler, Richard 
Lawrence, Barbara Josephine 
Lawrence, Donald Kent 
Laws, Charli ............. 

Laws, Hal Gibson 
Laws, Leonard Philip, Jr 
Laws, Peggy Charlene 
Lawshae, Duncan Allen 
Lawson. Douglas R 



65 

84, 209, 404 
22S 
.249 
___ 318 
74. 216 
335 

65, 192 
44 
202 
235 
259 
125 

246. 386 
293 
Lawton, Joann Eliiabeth ....... 84, 211. 334, 

423. 430 
Lay, Audrey Loudale ........... 44, 113, 114 

Lea, Richard Underwood ............... 233 

Leach, Billy L. ........................ 295 

Leach, Josephine Poneleit ........... 44 

Leach, Thomas M ......... 250, 320 

Leal, Yolanda ......................... 338 

Leard, William Vaughn ............. 65, 400 

Leath. James Marvin 116. 295. 335, 349, 437 
Lebel, Thomas Jess .................... 40 

LeBlanc, Clarence Joseph ............ 261 

LeBleu, Tommy Robbins ....... 84, 294, 335 

Lechner, Lucy Cherie ................. 417 

Ledbetter, Abbe Aliu, Jr ........ 84, 271, 481 

Ledbetter, Bernice Kalherine ........... 12* 

Ledbetter, James Almus .......... 339, 391 

Ledbetter, R. E ....................... 429- 

Leder, Irvin ................... 84, 281, 295. 

Ledingham, Tommy Max 44, 113. 114. 

313, 328. 

Lednicky, Eliiabeth Jo ................. 338. 

Lee, Barbara Jeanne ................... 191 

Lee, Benis Glen ............ 259,324 

Lee, Carl Edward ............. 350, 482, 48K. 

Lee, Constance Carolyn 200,421 

Lee, E. Gene .......................... 84 

Lee, Eliiabeth Anne (Tad) ...... 65, 336, 387 

Lee, Harrell Estes 98,131,271 

Lee, Harry Harrison, III ........... 74, 287 

Lee, Herbert L ........................ 292 

Lee, James Howard ................ 84, 316 

Lee, Janet ........................ 206, 313 

Lee, Kung Hsing ...................... 127 

Lee, Leo Charles .............. 44, 348, 430 

Lee, Robert Edward ........ ...417 

Lee, Robert Nelson 343, 483. 

Lee, Thomas C ........................ 297 

Lee, Toramie Marvin ............... 84, 314 

Lee, Vernon Albert .............. 65, 413, 

Leeah, George Andrew .............. 65, 391 

Leech. Richard C. .326. 

Leeder, Arlen Gus ................. 387. 417 

Leeth. Allie Dee ....................... 44 

Lefkovite. Lois Emily ...... ........ 200> 



PACE 523 



Name Pages 

Lcfkowitz, Milton 231 

LcFlore, Barbara Ann 74, 204, 362 

Leffett, Raymond 335 

Loggott, Charles Robert 44, 278, 399 

Lehman, Diane. . .65, 214, 226, 350, 351, 360, 
362, 367, 380, 402 

Lehman, Milton Joseph 423, 484 

Lehr, Edwin E 253 

Lehrer, Harry Frederick, Jr 65, 348, 427 

Leifeste, Sam D 132 

Leiman, Charlotte M 208 

Leiman, Marvin Theodore 281 

Leland.Tom W 113 

Lembke, Carol Ann 84, 96, 213, 427 

Lemmond, Jan 84 

Lemoine, Marilyn Jean 415 

Lemonds, Adanelle 84, 201 

Lenard, Jacquelyn Allison 201 

Lenhart, Jack 133 

Lennon, Betty Dean 44, 196, 351, 416 

Leohner, Lucy C 65 

Leon, Bejamin J 117, 133, 348, 398 

Leonard, Barbara 210 

Leanard, Billy G 74, 293 

Leonard, George A 65, 262, 294 

Leonard, Jacquelyn Allison 84, 337 

Leonard, Joan Hodsdon 84, 205, 337, 404 

Leonard, Kay Suzanne 74, 332 

Leonard, Mary Elinor 217 

Leonard, Pat James 233 

Leonard, Tim Terrance 233, 292 

LeRoy, Connie 203 

Lesikar, Martha Florence 44, 345, 408 

Lesikar, Raymond Vincent 1 14, 132 

Leslie, Shelton Eugene 274 

Leva, Sheldon Rubin 132 

Levander, Carl Theodore 74, 127, 326 

Levell, Harold Gene 113, 116 

Levin, Ami Davida 84, 337 

Levine, Leonard David 231, 315 

Levine, Yvette 209 

Levit, Max Stanley 265, 306 

Levy, Affis Ray 195 

Levy, Guillermo 400 

Levy, Harold Erwin 280, 320 

Levy, Harriet Ann 44, 194, 424 

Levy, Joan Bette. . . 194 

Levy, Marian Joyce 65, 223 

Lewellyn, James D 236 

Lewis, Andrew Jackson 270 

Lewis, Donald E 127 

Lewis, Edgar Grey, Jr 84, 405 

Lewis, Frank Marshall 126 

Lewis, Geane Marian 84, 209, 404 

Lewis, Glenn William 249 

Lewis, Hugh Matson 405 

Lewis, James Watkins 409 

Lewis, June Cidell 65 

Lewis, Katherine 205 

Lewis, Mickey Van 84, 96, 240, 317, 423 

Lewis, Robert M 321 

Lewis, Rosa 126 

Lewis, Sara Katherine 65 

Lewis, Shirley 120 

Lewis, Viola Gafton 84, 336 

Ley, Mildred R 44, 121, 336 

Leyendecker, Ernest Cornelious 415 

Lichenstein, Rachel 222 

Lichtenstein, Morris 44 

Lichty, William A 318 

Life, Keetah J 44, 216, 406, 427 

Lightfoot, Lillian Elise 216, 496 

Ligon. Alice Marilyn 345 

Lilly, Warren Robert 234, 321 

Limon, Anthony V 293 

Limon, Neff S 299 

Lin, Chi-Sun 117 

Lind, Charles R 296 

Lind, Enoch Roger 401, 417 

Lindah!, Lewis 18 



Linden, Richard Allen. . 
Linden, \Villiam Moss. . 
Lindsay, Ronald L 
Lndsey, Frankie Mae. 
Lindsey, John Lewis. . . 
Lindsey, Nettie Lou . . . 
Ling, David (Tex) 



74, 242 

234 

294 

3, 99, 134 

413 

213 

....93,342,349,374 
326, 344 



Ling, Edward Hugo 

Link, Sarah Lew 44, 214, 402, 403, 430 

Linkenhoger, Ann Guest 137, 362, 365 

Linker, Boyd 298, 462, 466 

Linnard, Howard Warren 408 

Lippmann, Adele 65, 208 

Lipnick, Elton Stanley 74, 230 

Lipp, Carl Frederick, Jr 27 

Lips, Helen Ann 209 

Lipscomb, Bill J 248 

Lirette, William Lum 65, 110, 246 

Little, Betty Jane 74, 192, 337, 429 

Little, Charles M 317, 351 

Little, Jack Edward 259 

Little, Jack Mexville 84, 257, 300 

Little, Jack Newell 244, 322 

Little, Lewis Norman 254 

Little, Richard Francis 74, 116, 322, 480 

Littlfield, Clyde 249, 468, 473 

Littlefield, Clyde Rabb, Jr 248, 320 

Littlefield Dormitory 337 

Liu, Liang Ton (Timothy) 127, 488 

Liu, Samuel 481 

Lively, John Robert 234 

Lively, Shirley Ann 74, 225, 336, 404 

Livingston, Penn Van Rensselaer 65, 258 

Livingston, William S 126 

Ljungstrand, Astrid Charlotta Margareta 27 

Lloyd, Frank Beverly 244 

Lloyd, Maury A 259, 322 

Lloyd, William Reese 128, 414, 416 

Lobitz, Carol McComb 124 

Lochner, Lucy Cherie 336 

Lochte, Carolyn 192 



Name Pages 

Lock, Wilton P 316 

Locke, Joe Richard 351, 481 

Lockenvitz, Gitta E 103, 497 

Lockett, Ford Lee 298, 405 

Lockhart, Thomas C 298 

Locklin, Allen Clement 65, 410 

Lockman, John 84, 314, 405, 427 

Lockman, Julie ... 3, 44, 98, 100, 1 15, 350, 360, 
402, 404, 405, 407, 427 

Lockwood, Lee 13 

Loeffler, Norris Dean 65, 102, 103 

Lofgren, Frederick Valentine 128 

Lofton, Ruth Ann 85 

Logan, Catherine Ann 130, 203, 362, 368 

Logan, Frank 304, 398, 405 

Logan, Harry Jones 127, 405, 423 

Logan, Steve 296 

Logue, Fanelle Barclay 84, 221, 490, 497 

Lombard, Phyllis 125 

London, Richard Jay 232, 324 

Lones, Joe Jack 307 

Loney, Tom W 316 

Long, Amy Jo 134 

Long, Barbara Jean 216, 412 

Long, Charles R 65 

Long, Dorothy Pearl 65, 221 , 402 

Long, Elizabeth 217 

Long, Erma Jean 44, 115, 336 

Long, Gale McBryde 74, 198, 497 

Long, Grade Delane 44, 216, 490 

Long, Lavaga Renshaw 44 

Long, Shirley Margaret 65, 204, 388, 426 

Long, Wayne Eggleston 127 

Long, William Carl 307, 335, 452 

Long, William Donald 286 

Longmire, Lloyd 242 

Longhorn Band 391 

Longhorn Band 391 

Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association 413 

Longmire, Floyd B 242, 298 

Longoria, Frank, Jr 234 

Looney, Edmund Dillahunty 122 



Lopez, Elmo. 
Lorenz, Jane Frances . . 
Lorfing, Kenneth Roy . 
Loth, Helmut Martin.. 

Lotief , Rudolph 

Lotman, Sondra Lee . . . 

Love, Davis 

Love, Mary Virginia Ellis. 



..124,319,396 

85,423 

133. 425 

74, 267 

44 

44, 194, 362, 371 

335 

125 



Love, Richard Franklin, 45, 111, 258, 324, 328 

Love, Sandra 387 

Lovejoy, Joe Bernard 85, 127, 307, 351 

Lovejoy, Mary Eva 74, 201 

Loveless, Mary Grace 45 

Loveless, Glenda Willadeen 45, 404 

Lovett, James Dick 65, 262, 288, 298 

Lovette, L. Jack 113 

Lovick, John Bandon 399 

Lovinggood, Lynne 214, 292, 359 

Lovorn, Sam Asbury, Jr 391 

Lovvorn, T. J. (Froggie) 468, 473 

Lowe, Dudley Tarlton 419 

Lowell, Phillip S 133 

Lower, Milton Dale 127 

Lowery, John Leslie 45, 278, 397 

Lowrey, Janice Marie 65 

Lowry, Carmen Ercell 125 

Lowry, John Tunstall 74, 348, 461 

Lowry, Kay 45, 220 

Lowther, David B 74, 321 

Loyd, Herbert M 127 

Lozano, Hector D 396 

Lozano, Yolanda M 65 

Lubel, Arthur Irwin 231, 296 

Lubel, Roslyn Carol 85, 489, 491 

Lucas, Philip Bland 240 

Luck, Luther 323 

Luckett, A. J 22 

Luckett, Eleanor Frances. .65, 214, 312, 351, 
374, 405, 427 

Lucksinger, Arthur H 307 

Luderus, Florence Maydelle 387 

Ludwig, Harvey Allen 265 

Ludwig, Patricia Ann 85, 207, 497 

Ludwig, Rubin W 117, 133 

Lueders, Theo W 417 

Luetge, Arnold Earl 74, 269, 296 

Luker, Martin Edward 284 

Lukin, Edward Keith 45, 114, 132 

Luksa, Frank Edward, Jr 307 

Lundgren, Jo Ann 65 

Lunsford, Charles Newton 260 

Lunz, James Hammond .... 45, 299, 302, 405 

Lunz, Patricia Louise 74, 336 

Lusk, Ernest Ovey .401 

Luskey, Edward 231 

Luta, Lanelle Ruth 74 

Luter, Geraldine 224, 387 

Lutheran Student Association 417 

Luttrell, Frank D 294 

Luttrell, John Martin 232 

Luttrell, William Sherrod 232, 320 

Lutz, John Edward 45, 293 

Lutz, Lanelle Ruth 202 

Lyda, Carol Bertrand, Jr 65 

Lyles, Ann Griffith 214 

Lyles, Jesse Dow 65, 300 

Lyles, Marily Knox 85, 215 

Lynch, Charles Edgar 60, 299 

Lynch, Gene C 315 

Lynch, MaryLou 210, 362, 392, 428 

Lynn, Edward Shird 113, 1 14, 132 

Lynn, Etclka Schmidt 125 

Lynn, Hugh McQuiston, Jr 245 

Lynn, Mack 315, 468 

Lynn, Shirley Elaine 74, 208, 497 

Lyon, Joan Elizabeth 74, 200, 333, 392, 

393, 422 



Name Pagei 


Name Paaee 


Lyons, Kenneth Wayne 232, 317 


McDougal, Myrna Loy 65 345* 3SK 


Lyons, Marvin Alan 387 

M 


McDuff, Donald Pete 400 
McDuffie, Barbara Jean 193, 386 
McElhone, Alison Lee 85, 201, 338, 362, 367 
McElreath, Aileen Jean 190, 422 


McAdams, Billy James 228, 229 
MeAdams Ina Mae 134 


McElyea, Robert 65 
McFaddin, Ida Caldwell. . 65, 221, 427, 405 
McFarland Arthur Russell 344 


McAlister, Sara Ann 119, 214 


McFarland, Floyd B 325 344 


McAllister, Al 318 
McAllister, Mariana Kennedy 205 
McAlpin, John Volney, III 413 


McFarland, James Dorr . 133 
McFarland, John Woolford 271 
McFarland Leva La Rue, 45, 122, 200, 406, 424 


McAndrew, Ara Agnes 45 
McAnelly, Willis James, Jr 45, 250, 299 
McBee, George \\ ilson 65 


McGall, Scott A 482 
McGaughey, Janet 130 
McGaughy, Franklin Clay 270 323 


McBrayer Betty 134 196 226 


McGee Carol Emily (Teddy) 75 204 498 


McBride, Carol Ann 45, 332 
McBride, Jimmy 45, 419, 480 484 


McGee, Mary Ruth 75, m, 334^ 412 
McGee Wallace Edward 274 314 


McBride John A 23 293 


McGee William Gordon 280* 306 


McBride .Shirley Jean 65, 225, 336, 


McGehee, Jimmy H. 85i 298 


386, 387, 392 
McBride, Shirley Lea 65 


McGehee, Richard Vernon 75 
McGehee William Malcolm 85 498 


McBrine, Marilyn 213 
McCabc, Beverly Jo 74, 200, 333, 404 
McCage, Travis Ray 325, 410 
McCaig Robert Shain 45 256 


McGinn, Patricia Eloise, 75, 190, 338, 362, 370 
McGinn, Teresa Agnes 336 
McGinnis, Charles David 127, 247, 405 


McCall, George Sidney 240 
McCall, Lyons William, Jr 45 
McCalla, Dudley Davis 232 
McCallum, Don 473 
McCampbell, Thomas Atlee 256 
McCanlies, John Michael 279 
McCarson, William E. 391 


McGlamery, David P '.317 
McGlamery, Dorothy 429 
McGough, Lorna Elaine 75, 218 
McGown, Marjorie 45, 220, 421 
McGrath, James Ernest 410 
McGraw, Donald Ray 335, 437, 453 
McGraw Joe Henry 75 307 


McCarter Alfred Nelson 275 318 




McCart, Alice Roberta 220 
McCarter, William Blair 274 
McCarthy, Richard Joseph 300 
McCarthy, Chief William Joseph 304 


McGregor! Lewis E. . . . 13s! 304 
McGrew, Bill J 410, 427 
McGrew, Lloyd Dean 45,414 
McGrew, Vern V , Jr 232 


McCarty, Martha Sue 214 
McCary, Martha Sue 45 
McCaughan, Wyvonna (Donnie) 85, 211 
McCauley, Francis Ruple, Jr 244, 294 


McGuire, Cabon Turner 85, 297, 405 
Mcllyar, Donald Charles 240, 307, 485 
Mcllyar, William Kent, Jr 258, 299, 349 
Melnnis, Josephine 334 
Mclntosh Claude T 293 


McClain, Bean 387 
McClain, Pat 402 


Mclntosh, Jeanne Carole 85, 203 
Mclntyre, Joan 134 


McClintock James D 320 




McCloud, James Bryant 391 




McClune, Donald Lee 228 
McClung, Esther Carroll 125 
McCollough, Jean 224 
McCollum, Charles Holmes, III 240, 409 
McCollum, Donald Edwin 65 
McConn, Thomas Peter 74, 236 
McConnell, Elizabeth Thornton 216 
McConnell, John E 236 


McKay, Helen Louise 218 
McKee, Janice Areta 85, 219 
McKeithan, James Daniel 93, 126, 258, 
352, 383 
McKelvy, Sheryl 85, 215, 362, 367 
McKenzie, Margaret 85, 334 
McKenna, Gina Lynn 345, 388 
McKesson, E E 311 


McCord, John S 299 




McCorkle, John Jerry 240, 306 


McKinney Albert P 132 


McCormick, B. J 45 


McKinney Buford D Jr 75 116 


McCormick, Charles Tilford 255 


McKinney, George William, Jr.. .65, 278, 298 


McCown, Henry Young, Jr 14, 240, 306 
McCoy, Morelle 345, 412 


McKinney, Peppy Jack 270 
McKinney, Wavne Royce 297 392 


McCracken, Jane Ann 198 
McCracken, Oscar A 387 


McKinnon, David Bryant 344 
McKnight Ann 75 220 337 


McCracken, Richard E 242 
McCranie, Anne Bostwick 225, 402 


McKnight, Bvron Morris 268 
McKnight Jimmy Evell 317 341 


McCrary, James H 122 
McCrary, Virginia Ann 125 
McCraw, Lynn 420 


McKnight, Kay. ... 45, 96, 97, 100, 101, 190, 
403, 425 
McKune, William James 117, 133 


McCreary, Howell S 128, 414 
McCreless, Merry Christine. . . .192, 340, 429 


McLain, Patricia Ruth 214 


McClure, James Bvrd 132 


McLaughlin, C T 22 


McClurc, William Park 116 


McLaughlin John Mark 60 240 349 


McCord, Charles Rudolph 122 


McLaurin, Banks 133 


McCrum, Everett Smith. . . .60, 114, 132, 339 


McLaurin, Laughlin Arthur 258, 308 
McLean, William Dean 319, 335, 452 


McCuistion, Kathryn Ann 85, 404, 412 




McCullough, Howell 74 
McCullough, Jack D 299 
McCullough, Jean 75 333 


McLemore, J. Wendall 75 
McLemore, Joe Ed 85 


McCullough, Mary Gwynn 134, 198 
McCullough, Willis Howell, III 252 
McCurdy, John A 21, 95 


McLennon, Barbara Johanna 207 
McLeod, Julia Ann 75, 225, 405 
McMacken, Sue 85 


McCutcheon, James Edward 247, 316. 
405, 425 
McCuteheon, Pat ... 345 


McMakin, Laurence Earl 27, 250 
McManus, Janet Iris. . . .85, 96, 211, 337, 427 
McMaster, Joe B 321 


McDaniel, Clinton 75 




McDaniel, Marvel Ann 85, 193 


McMillen, John Lee 268 


McDaniel, Roddy David 65, 252, 306 


McMillen Lula Margaret 65 210 404 


McDaniels, Guy Hugh 405 


409, 412 


McDavid, Donald George 75, 127, 294, 348, 


McMordie Robert Kenneth 401 


400, 427, 429 
McDermott, James R. . . 319 


McMurry, Jack 437 
McMurry, Russell W 261, 299 


McDermott, Mae Madelaine 220 
McDermott, Mary Merle 202, 422, 490 
McDermott, James Robert 274 


McNabb, Mary Lou 45 
McNamara, Francis Leo, Jr 245, 307 
McNeel, Sara... ...220 


McDonald, Ceryl Alexandra. . . .345, 387, 392 
McDonald, Bill Edward 453 


McNeel, Tynus William 249 
McNeely James Lester 85, 317 


McDonald, Dora 214 


McNeil, Margaret Ann 45, 351 


McDonald, Dwain 480,487 


McNeill, Ann Millicent 45, 121, 216 


McDonald, Glynn Wilson 343 418 


McNeill Ishmael Eugene 111 113,114,132 


McDona.d, Joe Harry 335 
McDonald, John R. 75, 322, 348 


McNeill, Lolita Ruth 200, 424 
McNulty Murphv Michael, Jr 65, 419 


McDonald, John Scott 274 
McDonald, Katherine Bond 216 
McDonald, Leslie Weylon 307 


McPhail, Myrtle 85, 217 
McPherson, Maribeth Lydia 211 
McPherson, Robert D 65, 275 


McDonald, Mack 429 
McDonald, Orison Fleming (Mack) 45 
McDonald, Patric R 393, 483 


McRae, Robert Francis 275, 419 
McReynofds, Lee Louis 45 
McReynolds, William Irvin 102, 131, 398 


McDonald, Patricia Jane 45, 333 
McDonald, Roy David 391 


McShane, Patrick O'Bannon 325 
McTee, Clifford R. . . . ... 228 


McDonald, Tommy Newton, 65, 103, 131, 295 
McDonald, Virginia 85, 429 


McVey, Carol Ann 85, 96, 191, 337 
McVey, James M 322 


McDonald, William B 85 


McVey Marilyn Ruth 65 190 191 429 


McDonald, William Edward 352 


McVey, Ronald L. 113 


McDonald, William F. 300 


McWhorter Barbara R 27 


McDonnell, Rena Don 218 


McWhorter, Cleo 75, 224, 337, 429 


McDonough, Gail 45, 218 




McDonough, Nancy Ann 215 
McDonough, Rita M 214 


Mabry, James Francis, III 124, 386, 391 
Macdaniel, Sherman Paine 235, 318 



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Macey, Harry Buford. Jr. . 271 

MacEwan, Robert Ckickrtt 410 

MacGregor, Grcgor C 

Machemehl, Charles Albert 314. 3.15. 452 

Marhura. Sandra Mary 408 

Marlver. Winnie Jane 207 

MacKinstry. Sue Kathryn 85. 412. 497 

Macmanus, Wataon 253, 299 

MaeRae. Gloria D. E 345. 350 

Marridei. Sylva 345 

Madden. Elizabeth Ann 4, %, 213 

Maddux. James 75 

Madeley, Gene H. 299 

Ma.lix.ii. (Una .. 99 

Maedgen, Unny Joe 75. 391 

Maeckel, dene Ernest 401, 417 

M acinus. Kurt Guenthner 299, 335 

Magalhaes, Maria Borget De 27. 345 

Magee, Horace G. 295 

Magill, James 335.454 

Maglin. Shirley W. . . . . 119 

Magncss, Major PeciC. 285,311.326 

Uagneat. Walter Lee 85,314 

Maguire, Rev. Gerald E., CSP 419 

Magruder. Alice Jean 75. 217. 405, 490 

Magruder, Eleann Warren 217 

Mahaffey, Don Finley 233, 317 

Mahone. Lvtt \Vomack 232 

Mahoney, Carroll Jack 46, 1 16. 132. 

258, 312, 32S 

Maier. Laura Madge 126 

Mainous. Edward Chester 281 

Makuli. Elais N. 344 

Mahnaphv. Michael Thomas 85. 263, 419 

Maley. Karl Archer 307. 389. 430 

Maley, Mary Ann 65, 192. 226, 350, 351, 
378, 388, 404, 424, 493. 496 

Malik, Joe, Jr 118, 408, 418 

Malki, Sabri 75,343 

Mallia, Ignatius, John 418 

Maloan, Walter Thomas 299 

Malone, Alice 220 

Malone, Grace Ann 134,333 

Malone, James Robert 65 

Malone, Ola Faye 345 

Maloney, Francis James, Jr. 46, 262 

MandelJ, Humboldt C., Jr 127, 327 

Manganiello, Louis Patrick 46, 65, 266. 288, 

335.453 

Manillas. Frank S 97, 316 

Mankin. Charles John 294, 410 

Mann, Gwendolyn Vee 85, 404, 410 

Mann, Jack Mattewson 255, 297 

Man}, Jerry E 317 

Mannering^Ivan. Jr 279, 293 

Manning, Harold S 297 

Marabella, Nuniio Joseph 238, 388, 396, 484 

Marble, Shirley Josephine 334, 405 

Marcovitch, Marlene Ethel 46. 208 

Marek, Daniel John 408 

Marek. Eleanor Marie 408 

Marek. Frank J 65, 1 1 1, 315, 408, 425 

Marino, Daniel 401 

Marino. Genevieve Ann 65 

Mark. Robert Willard 231 

Markel, Harry Lee 307 

Marker. Howard William 46, 110. 273 

Markey. Paul Robert. 264,392 

Markland, Carol Rae 85, 334, 405 

Marks, Joseph John Ill 

Markus. Marilyn Deefeld 214 

Marley, Marian 75,214 

Marlow, Bernard A., Jr 397 

Marlow, Martha Franco 46, 190 

Maroney, Betty B 403 

Marosis, John Nick .... . .85. 299 

MarosU, Ted N 299 

Marosko, Frances Marie, 75, 345. 362. 420. 428 

Marquodt, Patricia 115, 332 

Marr, William Lewis 75, 244 

Marrs, Gary E 298 

Marschall, William Ingo, Jr 60, 122, 232. 

288,349 
Marshall. Charles E. 299. 355 

Marshall, Charles S 295 

Marshall, Don 400 

Marth, Charles Donald 109. 278 

Martin. Bethann 75, 198. 226 

Martin, Cora Merriman 125, 207 

Martin, Edward Thomas 85, 96, 263, 391 

Martin, Edward Van 294 

Martin, Emily Louise 206. 422 

Martin. Frank Robert 237 

Martin. Gary Gene 279, 316, 429, 484 

Martin. Harry Lee, Jr, 244 

Martin, James Lewis 114 

Martin. Joe Waller 348 

Martin, John Edmund 85, 315. 417 

Martin, Kay 85. 402 

Martin. Lawrence Edward. Jr 286, 410 

Martin. Liiabeth Ann 225 

Martin, Lloyl Doll 345, 403 

Martin, Lucy 207 

Martin. Marion 85, 217 

Martin. Martha Ann 130 

Martin, Monte-Sue 85, 193, 336 

Martin, Patricia Ann 46. 192, 423 

Martin, Paul E. 127 

Martin, William Crary, Jr 46 

Martin, William Flovd 132 

Martin, Winona Perkins 46. 130 

Martinet, Antonio 8 75 

Martinez, Gustavo Elberto 348. 396 

Martinez. Juan P 65. 320. 348 

Martinri, Louise Martin 410 

Martinez, Luis Lorenio 46. 419 

Martinel, Roel 46,396 

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Muehek. 0. H. 113 

Mason, Anne Marie 75.221,405,412,490 
Mason, Curtis Calvin 85,410 

Mason, George Fred 46 

Mason. Margaret Jean .. 46 

Mason. Mark 413 

Mason. Millicent Ehrmann S5. 215 

Mason, William Saunders 275 

Mason, Wilma Jean 65, 387 

Massen, Nancy Jayne 75 

Massey. Carlton 298, 335, 437, 453 

Massey. Martha 75. 404. 412 

Massey, Nancy J 112, 333 

Massey. Tom K 85, 327 

Mast, James William 415 

Masters, Leonard Parkhurst. 126 

Masters, Ralph L. 405 

Matejowsky, Charles Lee 343 

Mathews, Cecil T 75, 325. 339 

Mathews. Joseph Pinkney 242 

Mathews. Sylvester 498 

Mathews, Thomas F 290 

Malhcws, Walter Herman 75, 387 

Mathison, Mary Jo 46, 332, 412 

Matisc. David Thomas 75, 294 

Matlage, Alfred G. 410 

Mattock, Hudson L. 133 

Mattock. Robert Baylor 238, 400 

Matney, Vaughn Dean 75, 323 

Matson, Jerry W 339 

Matteck, Carl William, Jr 417 

Matthews, Hugh Tonnehill 260 

Matthews, James Rayborn, 335, 437 

Matthews, 0. Jackie' 65, 196, 197, 342, 407 

Matthews, Sylvester Lee 401 

Mattison, Frank ii- Delane 322, 344 

Mattox. Jerry Martin 85. 277 

Matuesvich, Steve, Jr 46 

Matike, Anna Elizabeth 75, 336 

Matike, Patricia Jean 85,211,332 

Mauch, Charles L 315 

Maultsby, Billie R. 75 

Maultsby, Hazel Orlean 128, 192, 350. 351. 

377, 416, 422 

Maurin. Joe Toland 275 

Maverick, Jamie Clegg 75, 221 , 334, 405 

Maverick, Laura Louise 422 

Maxey, Orvis Wayne 85, 287 

Maxfied, David W 294 

Maxwell, George Engle 397 

Maxwell, Jane Gay 75, 112, 216, 351. 

360. 393. 405, 422, 426, 427 

Maxwell, Jay William 351 

Maxwell, John Louis 250 

Maxwell. Sara Phyllis 65, 210. 423 

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May, Francis Barns 114 

May, James Waddell 46, 242, 401 

May, Ronny Joe 341, 481 

May, Thomas Jesse . 46.111,113 

Mayes. Charles Tannahill 253 

Mayes, George L 386 

Mayes, Robert Shelton 283, 315 

Mayficld, Ann Park 46, 214, 405. 407 

Mayfield. Demmie 468 

Mayfield. Peggy L 85. 203, 405 

Mayfield, Sandra Lou 75, 214, 226, 318, 

402, 405 

Mayhall, Mildred Pickle . .. 125 

Mayo, Betty Claire. .. 85,221 

Mayo, Willard 401 

Mays, Barbara. 46, 1 15, 122, 126. 218, 219, 226 
Mays, Elizabeth Lockhart 1 12, 430 

Mays, Jo Ann 75, 204, 404, 490 

Mays, Katherine Margaret 85, 112, 430 

Mays. Marilyn 75, 218, 226 

Mazow, Malcolm Lowell 265, 314 

Meador. Bruce Staffel ..118 

Meador, John Gibbs, Jr. 254 

Meadows, Macleta 196, 345 

Meagher, Ross 335 

Mebane, Morrison H 46 

Mecham, J. Lloyd 126 

Mechura. Sandra Mary 85, 211, 338 

Mecklenburg, William George 246 

Medina, Frank 436 

Medina, Zoilo 397 

Medlin. Reginald Otto, Jr 46, 117, 398 

Medrano, Ana Olivia 27 

Meek, Donald Wright 250, 322 

Meekins, Thomas F 311 

Meeks, Jerry 75,423 

Meinecke. William Gerald 417 

Meiners, Claudia Janet 85, 493 

Mejerle, Joseph R 343 

Melburne, Felicia Ann 75, 192, 336, 412 

Melendez. Don 300 

Melin, Jane Alyce 190, 387, 417 

Melnick. Harold .. 27 

Melton, Carolyn Anne 46, 134. 292, 299 

Melton, Gene S 401 

Melton, Martha Anne 202 

Melvin, Edmund Waller .. 307 

Melvin, William Waller 308 

Menasco, Don Dean 46 

Menasco, Jo Ann Woodham 46 

Mendel. Clarence Harold .126 

Mendle. Lois Inez 46, 334, 405 

Mendlovitz, Milton Alan 264.315 

Menefee. Joan 221 

Mengel, Ralph Hain II 114, 132 

Mengodon, Walter 236 

Men' t (lltt Club 389 

Mensch. Walter H 75, 272, 273 

Merchant. Margret Elizabeth 65. 493. 496 

Meredith. William G 65,266. 295 

Merington, Marjorie Ann 333 

Meriwether. Betty Jean 46 

Merrill. Charles Morgan 75, 247. 348 

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Merrill. Merry Ann 85.193,337.404 

Merson, Rhita Marlene 208. 362. 364 

Merzhach. Uta Cecilia 345 

Messcr, Mae Bess 362 

Messmer, (Jerry Elaine 65. 194 

Metcalf, Walker N. 423 

Metzger, Emma Belle 75, 197. 491 

Meuller, Perry, Jr. ... 391 

Meyar. Daniel R 296 

Meyer, Daniel B.. 65 

Meyer, Glorii Winifred 65, 200, 426 

Meyer, Imo (Ike) Knox 128, 414 

Meyer. Jo Caldwell 134 

Meyer, Ross Lee ..269 

Meyer. William John, Jr 270 

Meyerowitz, Albert I. 281 

Meyers. Philip T. . .. 114,132 

Meza, Fernando Pablo 415 

Mica 418 

Micek, Eduard 408 

Michael, James Pearson 398 

Michalik, Albert Lee 408 

Michelson, Samylu Mark 75, 194, 425 

Michie, Jarvis D 75, 306, 409 

Michulkit, Louis James. .. , 326, 391 

Michura, Sandra 419 

Mickey. Robert Gordon 244, 288, 320, 352 

Middlcton, Beverly Hall 130 

Midkiff, Frank Morris 131 

Miears. Louise Marii 332 

Mighell, Donald Ray 257 

Mikami, Yasuhisa . 11, 47, 427 

Miks, Bobby Joe 85, 100, 316, 348 

Mikulin. Robert Leonard 400 

Milam, Charlton Joseph 401 

Milan. Jerry B 85, 316, 408 

Milburn, William Otto 240, 453 

Milder. Barbara Kay 195, 404 

Miles, Bradley 85, 261, 316 

Miles, James Smith 274 

Miles, John Hunter 274 

Miles, Sammye Jo 47, 404 

Military 289 

Milhn, Aristides 419 

Millard, George H., Jr. 270 

Miller, Arthur Charles 47 

Miller. Barbara Joan 65 

Miller, Barbara Lynn 190 

Miller, Betty Joyce 115 

Miller. Bruce Barnett 250 

Miller. Catherine 125 

Miller, Carolyn Marie 85, 97, 203, 337, 404 

Miller, Carrie Elizabeth 431 

Miller, Charles E. . .. ..317 

Miller, Cynthia Colgin 85, 221, 427 

Miller, Dick 321 

Miller, Don Kirby 323, 335, 437, 453 

Miller, Doris Catherine 85, 121, 199. 387 

Miller, George Wayne 132, 295 

Miller, Henrietta Louise 218 

Miller, J. A.. .. 414 

Miller, Jack Edwin 47,109 

Miller, James Chris 65,276,317 

Miller, James D 124, 391 

Miller, Jim Floyd 322 

Miller. Jimmy Milton 122, 420 

Miller, Joel Ray 116 

Miller, John Carooll 260 

Miller, John G 65 

Miller, Judd, Jr 256. 322 

Miller. Kacey Raeburn 85, 127 

Miller, Kenneth A 414. 416 

Miller. Kennard Dwain 75, 322 

Miller, Knox 484 

Miller, Marvin 280 

Miller, Mary Margaret 85, 1 12. 215, 

336, 494, 496 

Miller, Melvin L.... 127 

Miller, Millis A.... .263 

Miller, Nancy Ann 85, 225, 491 

Miller, Norma Sterling 225 

Miller, Patricia Marie 47, 214, 333, 421 

Miller, Patsy Ann 65,3.13 

Miller. Phillip J. 321 

Miller, Philip Moore . 392 

Miller, Robert Albert 250,322 

Miller. Richard Bryan 335 

Miller. Sampson Oliver, Jr. 47, 250, 397, 400 

Miller, Thomas Eugene 427 

Miller, Thomas Lloyd 390 

Millican, Carol Jean . .. 75,218,336 

Milligan, Lowell R 321 

Milligan, William B 65 

Millikan, Patsy Sue 85, 201, 204, 405, 491 

Million, Charles Lewis 270, 484 

Million, Lois Noble 315, 408 

Mills, Jackie Louise 85, 207, 386 

Mills, Jim H 295 

Mills, John T 387 

Mills, Mary 220, 402 

Mills. Norma Lee 75, 338, 362, 421,423.431 
Mills. Roy Scott 258, 314 

Mills, William Charles 27. 133 

Millsapps, John H 290 

Milner. Charles PorUr 341 

M ilner, Johnny Eugene ... 248 

Milstead, Robert Edward. 47, 116. 253, 302 

Milton. Joyce 47, 115. 345, 362, 403. 407 

Mims, Carol Virginia 85, 207 

Mitns. David Meade . . 47 

Mims, Johnie Elise 112, 336 

Minarik, Gene Allen 405 

Mindes. Gloria Elaine 65, 222 

Miner, Bernard Willford, Jr 254. 413 

Minniece, John Gresham. . . . 248 

Minor. Carroll 335, 454 
Minor. Joe Don 295.341.481,482,484.488 
Muni. Charles Marshall 234. 309 
Minsky, Donald 230 



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Minter, Merton Melrose, Jr. 235, 423 

Minton, Goodridge Venable Morton . .260, 

261.320 

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Mirken, Phyllis Lee 222. 387 

Mishulka. Louis 243 

Miskell, Francis A. 126 

Mitchell. Alton Davis 296. 335, 452 

Mitchell, Dick . 302 

Mitchell, Edwin T. 23 

Mitchell, Fred P., Jr. 387 

Mitchell, Glenda Lee 85,112 

Mitchell, Jerry Jo 75,224 

Mitchell, Jimmie Charles 253 

Mitchell. Louise Van A.. . . 200 

Mitchell. Maurine E. 47, 115, 134. 206, 226, 
350, 380, 422 

Mitchell, Morgan Head 75, 270, 320 

Mitchell, Nicholas Pendleton, III, 47, 129, 270 

Mitchell, Vaughn Homer 85, 247 

MitefT, Melo 319 

Mizcll, Dan Jackson 250, 299. 405 

Mizell, Robert Gordon 279 

Moak. Carol Louise 47, 122. 204, 350, 402 

Moates. Frank Don 420 

Mobley, Cynthia 221 

Mock, Billy Ray 65 

Modlin, Robert Stanley 85, 314 

Moehle. Velda 65 

Moeller. William Fred 260 

Moerke, Francis R. . . . . 109 

Moffett, Carolyn 193 

Moffett, Jerrell Frank . . 274 

Moffett, Molly 95, 96. 192. .175, 387 

Moff itt, Alexander 17 

Moff ill, Jerry Frank 75, 321 

Moffitt, Nancy Ann . 65,217 

Mohler, Michael Phillip 111 

Mohr, Paul Covey, 244, 297, 352, 453, 462, 467 

Moise, Robert Vaugh 47, 260, 261 

Monita, Charlie 293 

Molhusen, George Frederick 65,318 

Moline, Tola Jean 75, 214 

Moll, James William 387 

Molpus, Mary Ann 75, 197 

Moncrief, Robert T 250, 320, 453 

Monro, Dulcie Mary 405 

Montague, Velma Rosemary . 47, 419 

Montalbano, Frank Joseph 238, 326 

Montfort, Kenneth Lee 133, 240 

Montfort, Mary Frances 85 

Montgomery, Billy Glen 409 

Montgomery, Ernest Lloyd 113 

Montgomery, Hal Edwin 65, 110 

Montgomery, LaVern 225 

Montgomery, Rei 65, 429 

Montgomery, Robert Joseph 85, 127. 405 

Montgomery, Virginia Anne 47, 220, 489, 490 

Montgomery, Anne Wilmoth 27. 126 

Moody, Edythe Jane 191, 426 

Moody, Frank C 429 

Moody, Jane 65, 491 

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Moody, Shearn, Jr 318 

Moody, Ted Lewis . . .85, 221, 383, 426, 427, 

430, 490 

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244, 316, 352, 374 

Moody, Shearn, Jr 235 

Moody, Wayland Pierce 252, 423 

Moon, Dorothy Anne 47 

Moon, Howard Dean 233. 322. 335. 437, 453 

Moon, Marvin R 47, 114, 128,416 

Moor, Christine 85,221 

Moor, Leslie Millard, Jr. 133, 256, 349 

Moore. Caroline Barsh 393 

Moore, Charles F 236 

Moore. Charles Thomas 286 

Moore, Donald Robinson 133 

Moore. Dorothy Ann 212 

Moore. Dorothy Glenn 75, 191 

Moore, Edith 203 

Moore, Fred Jones 343. 352, 377 

Moore, Henry Edwin 47 

Moore, Harry Estill 131 

Moore, Henry Clay, Jr 47, 386, 430 

Moore. Henry Houston, 47, 228, 348, 349, 383 

Moore, Jane 75 

Moore, Jo Ann 65, 193 

Moore, John G. Jay 75 

Moore, John George 391 

Moore, John Hoffman 249 

Moore, John Taylor 235 

Moore, Martha M 216, 226 

Moore, Martha Virginia 65, 362. 422 

Moore. Mary Jean 214 

Moore, Mary Lou 112 

Moore, Nancy Jeanette 75,217 

Moore, Phyllis A 345 

Moore, Preston, Jr., 47. 250. 288, 319, ,152, 487 
Moore, Randolph Grady 47, 270, 295, 352 

Moore, Richard Vernon 283 

Moore, Richard William 75, 243, 326 

Moore, Roliert George 85 

Moore. Sallie Beth 125, 412 

Moore, Virginia 340, 402 

Moore, Walter l>eon 133 

Moorhead, Douglas Hamilton 27, 342, 427 

Moorehead, Forrest J. . 314 

Moorman, Frances Marie 47 

Morales, Eduardo Guadalupe 397 

Moran, Sidney Stuart 47, 230. 410 

More, Edith Skene (Cissy) . 85, 337, 492. 496 

Morel, Vernonica E 198 

Moreland, George Edward. .. 294 

Moreland. Malcolm E. 296 

Morelork, John Bettis 286 

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Morgan. Ann 75, 425 

Morgan, Bob C 482 

Morgan, Carl William 400 

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Morgan, Clifford E 127 

Morgan, Daniel Croxton, Jr 47, 114, 132, 

295, 342, 348, 352 

Morgan. Jacob Richard 48, 110, 114 

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Morgan, Mary 65, 120, 214 

Morgan, Mary Alice 99 

Morgan, Mary Jo 112 

Morgan, Rebecca Ann 202 

Morgan, Robert L 48 

Morgan, Wanagcne Rita 48, 210, 333 

Morgan, Willhm Edward 102, 131 

Morgan, William Lewis 390, 391 

Morgenroth, Harley James 298, 417 

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Morrell, Etta Frances 197 

Morris, Ann 85,225,405 

Morris, Carolyn Jane 65, 218, 219 

Morris, Carolyn Lois 130, 205 

Morris, Clifton H 113 

Morris, Donald E 75 

Morris, Edmund Taylor, Jr 258 

Morris, Gary 420 

Morris, Hunter M 308, 351, 405 

Morris, Jo Alice 85, 215 

Morris, Laura Lou 48, 345, 407 

Morris, Lloyd 300 

Morris, Margaret Anne 65, 192, 420 

Morris, Marianne 48, 102, 115, 122, 134, 

190, 191, 350, 375, 407, 409 

Morris, Ned B 279 

Morris, Rtth Carroll 225 

Morris, William W 85, 102, 127, 245. 326 

Morrison, Jack G 312, 325 

Morrison, Jack 48, 328, 414 

Morrison, Joan 85, 112, 207, 423, 496 

Morrisson, Clovis Clyde 85, 127, 279 

Morrisson, Virginia Lee 122 

Morrow, James Carl 85 

Morrow, Marie Betyner 125 

Morrow, Tim 323 

Mortar Hoard 350 

Morton, Julia Esther 217 

Moseley, Marilyn 192 

Moseley, Patrici i Gayle 75, 204, 336 

Moser, Thomas R 326 

Moskowitz, Laurence 387, 392 

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Mosley, Marilyn 48 

Mosley, Richard Wayne 343 

Moss, Billye Marie 85 

Moss, Philemon Peter 48, 236, 322 

Motheral, Richard Bruce 249. 307 

Mothershead, Bouldin S 113 

Mothershead, John Gates 306 

Mottley, Carol 65, 224 

Mouer, Roy William 393 

Mounce, Clyde A 65, 309 

Mounger, Philip Chapman 252 

Mount, Gail MacDonald 387 

Mount, Msry Frances 332 

Mount, Robert Hayes 256, 417 

Mower, Lowell Kendall, Jr 65, 244, 348 

Moxom, Mara Kay 48, 192, 332 

Moxon, Barbara E 197 

Moxon, Mary A 196 

Moye, Glenn Edward 85, 326, 391 

Moyer, Lois Diane 204, 492 

Mozingo, Dorothy Laverne 65, 345, 388 

Mrnustik, Stanley F 408 

Muckleroy, Bette Loise 75, 202, 422, 426 

Mueller, Calvin 417 

Mueller, Charles Pad 86, 275 

Mueller, E.Ray 66 

Mueller, Joan Yvonne 86, 201, 337, 362, 491 

Mueller, Norman Alfred, Jr Ill 

Mueller, Rudy Rinehart. .75, 339, 401, 423 

Mueller, William Charles 423 

Mugford, Edward G irrett, Jr 28, 299 

Mugford, Myrna Cornell 75, 202 

Mugno, Marjoric Jane 86, 386, 430 

Mullens, Marshall William 75, 320, 386 

Muller, Albert F 318 

Mullin, Charles Wallace, Jr 229 

Mullin, James 339 

Mullins, Dorothy Gwendolyn 387 

Mullins, Priscilli A 75, 101, 214 

Mulroy, George Alan 99, 307, 419 

Mulroy, John 99 

Mumma, Edwin Wilson 132 

Mumme, Ethylee M. R 417 

Munch, Marquerite 125 

Munday, Martha Jane 48, 216 

Munir, Hisham A. R 400 

Munir, Isam A.R 352 

Munn, Robert J., Jr 127 

Munro, Dulcie Mary 431 

Munroe, C. Jean 110 

Munson, Margaret Jane 386 

Munson. Mary Jane 48, 200, 491 

Munson, Wayne A 326 

Mu Phi Epsilon 120 

Murad, John L 48 

Murchison, Jack Hale 314, 335, 452 

Murchison, John Taynton, Jr 306 

Murff, Samuel Thornton 253 

Murillo, Nathan 127 

Murphy, Gerald Otis 113 

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388, 408, 412 

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Murphy, Willi ira Kent . . 

Murray, Bette Jo 

Murray, Max Darrell ... . 

Murray, Robert A 

Murray, William Otis 

Murrell, Barbara Jean . 

Murrell, Tipton M 

Musgrave, Richard Frankli 
Musil, Leon 

Musil, Lillie 48, 

Musslewhite, Don H 

Musson, Harry Edward . . 

Mutchnick, Marshe 

Mutecher, Gus F 

Myers, Clark Everett 

Myers, Doris Jean 

Myers, James S 

Myers, Louise 

Myers, Merlyn 

Myers, Philip T 

Myers, Raymond M 

Myers, Rex Ray, Jr 

Myers, W. Eugene 

Myler, Charles B 

Myler, Josephine Perkins. 
Mynar, Johnny Francis . . . 

Myrick, John S 

Myrick, Julia Ann 

Myriek, Nancy Carolyn . . . 
Myrick, W. J 

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Naberhaus, Edward H 48, 111 

Nabers, Joel Clarke 249, 293 

Naegelin, Gene Lewis 127, 321 

Nagel, Dave Daniel 401 

Nagle, Bert 429 

Nahbour, Albert S ... 427 

Naihaus, Bonita Belle 86, 223, 333 

Naiser, Fred 488 

Naiser, Freddy J 342 

Naiser, Lawrence Edward 48, 342 

Najjar, Robert A.... . 126 

Nash, Sailer Roller 427 

Nass, Harry Anthony 75, 97, 262 

Nathan, Howard Gerald 273 

Nathan, Neil Newton 66, 101, 265 

Nau, Ernest Virgil 75, 127, 417 

Naml ROTC 304-310 

Naven, Joan G 431, 489 

Naylor, Alfred 75 

Naylor, John Webster 248 

Naylor, Lewis Nathan 86 

Nazzal, Jack Robert 48 

Neal, Carolyn Ann 214, 403 

Neal, Harry Clare 48 

Neal, Jean Anne 206, 207, 360, 362 

Neal, Joe W 126 

Neal, Thomas Robert 239,300 

Neale, Mary Ellen 220 

Neale, Sallie 75 

Nesson, Dorothy Jo Ann 75, 217, 490 

Nebgen, Andrew Paul 413 

Neblett, Charles, III . 48, 409 

Neel, Reba Kathleen 132 

Neely, Doris Eleanor 48, 192 

Neely, James E 290 

Neely, Jeff Monroe, Jr 75, 258 

Neff, Sue Lane 193 

Neff, Willi an Richard 48, 256, 417 

Neidhart, Anthony C 300, 484 

Neighbors, Carolyn 221 

Neighbors, Don Jackson 335, 420, 468, 

470, 473 

Neill, Alta Ruth ...191 

Neill, Jane Elizabeth 48, 206, 407. 

422, 495, 496 

Neill, Nancy Ann 86, 207, 496 

Neill, Sherroll Audrey 110, 127 

Neiman, Hanna Lois 209 

Nelson, Bascom McTyere 102, 131 

Nelson, Carolyn Jane 66, 412 

Nelson, Don Thomas 75, 386, 389 

Nelson, Irvin Harris 246, 386 

Nelson, Philip A., Jr 116, 248, 288, 326, 

348, 349 

Nelson, Thomas Edward, Jr 235 

Nelson, Walter Thomas 274, 305 

Nemec, Frank J 408 

Nemec, Gilbert F 114 

Nemes, Frank 419 

Memir, Charles Edwards 228 

Nenstiel, Donna Jo 214, 403 

Nesbit, Nancy Elena 193 

Nesbitt, Earl Johnson, Jr 86, 277, 327 

Neshyba, Mrs. Irene 408 

Neshyba, Stephen Joseph 133, 398, 408 

Nettles, Barry D 66 

Neuberger, John Willum 66 

Neukirchen, Carl Heinz 234, 392 

Neuman, Louis Gordon 325, 328 

Neuman, Sammy 280, 288, 324 

Neustadt, Suzanne 194 

Neuvar, Dean Joseph 419 

Neville, William Rust 128 

Nevitt, Richard P 66, 271, 325, 487 

Newberry, Carole. . .75. 216, 420, 422, 490, 
495, 496, 497, 498 

Newberry, William Bohning 250 

Newby, Beverly Jule 202 

Newby, Beverly June 490 

Newlin, Bobby Jean 48, 102, 131 

Newlove, George Hijlis 113, 1H 

Newman, Arthur Grin, Jr 390 

Newman Club 419 

Newman, David Albert 66, 103, 297, 409 

Newman, Dorothy E 423 

Newman, George Martin 250 

Newman, H. W 348 



\arne Payee 

Srirman Hall 338 

Newman, Jacqueline Ann 86, 419 

Newman. Katherine D 423 

Newman, Natalie 86, 332 

Newman, Orin A., Jr 242 

Newman, Roy C 320 

Newman, Sammy 288 

Ncwnam, Dorothy Evelyn 211 

Newnam, Katherine Dean 66, 210 

Newsom, Mack 245, 427 

Newton, Calvin A.. 3, 98, 99, 109, 131, 339 

Nichols, Gene 267 

Nichols, Jewel William, Jr 48, 343, 418 

Nichols, Jimmy L 343, 391 

Nichols, Kenneth Roy.. . . .48, 276 

Nichols, Martha Ann 48, 200, 426 

Nichols, Nancy Ann 66, 204, 336 

Nichols, Peter Ward 296, 302, 405, 485 

Nichols, Sally Rose, 66, 192, 193, 360, 391, 404 

Nichols, Virginia (Gina) 202, 313 

Nicholson, Dewey T 49, 400 

Nicholson, Louis R 295 

Nickel, Robert Arlen 232, 325 

Nicken, Elizabeth 429 

Nickerson, James K 133, 321 

Nickolson, Louis Richard. . .. 86,261,409 

Niebuhr, Mary Ellen 337, 386 

Nielsen, Elizabeth Ann 86 

Niemeyer, Everhardt Victor, Jr 126, 405 

Nipper, Bennie 125 

Nipper, Earl Wayne 49 

Nissen, Greta Elizabeth 49, 102. 134, 

200, 323, 382 

Nitishin, Arnold 128, 280,414 

Nix, Lellah Guys 336 

Nixon, Bernadine (Schatzie) ... .93, 202, 203, 
351, 360, 362, 369, 391, 393, 402, 404, 490, 497 

Nixon, Bob .1 386 

Nixon, Mary Vernadine 405 

Noack, Betty 496 

Noack, Elnora 407, 420, 491, 495, 497 

Noatk, Jacques Louis 419 

Noble, Don 75 

Noble, Frederick Wentworth, Jr. ... 252 
Noble, Mark Carlyle .... 75, 414, 423 

Noble, Maxine Knight .33, 76, 97, 190, 411, 

496 

Noble, Joseph D 300 

Noble, Stan J 295 

Nobles, Jerry Edward 414 

Noel, Sue 86, 211, 388 

Noel, Pat Guyse 49, 262 

Noland, Donn Stewart 240, 319 

Nolen, Calvin Cleave. .95, 118, 261, 348, 400 

Nolen, Christy Martin, Jr 400 

Nolen, Martha 86, 336 

Noll. M. Courtney 387 

Noller, Max Edward. ... . . 387 

Nolley, Barbara Rose 221 

Nolley, Barbara Rose 334 

Nolley, Joe Walter ... 126 

Nordyke, Paul William 279, 322, 480 

Nordyke, Shirley Joan 204, 487, 490 

Norman, James Richard 413 

Norman, Katherine Stewart 134 

Norman, Leola May 49, 338, 419 

Norman, Vivian Pauline . . 76 

Norris, Jack K 248, 349, 454 

N orris, William Sira, Jr 49, 295 

Norrod, Valmer 326 

Northrop, Monroe 274, 288, 323 

Norton, Edgar Foy 276 

Norwood, George Ellis 268 

Norwood, Willi im Durward, Jr 405 

Noster, Mariin Fay 49, 210, 430 

Notestine, John Weir 101, 259 

Notestine, Wilbur Edmund, 258, 259, 349. 377 

Nott, Edward Clifford, Jr 66, 240, 288. 

305, 352 

Nourachi, Al 96 

Novak, Edwin George 425 

Novak, Juliu E 316 

Novey, Johnny Edward 391 

Novominsky, Bernard 49 

Novosad, John Rudolf 327, 419 

Novy, Lewis 390 

Nowlin, Jay Clark 76, 254 

Nowlin, Margaret Ann 221, 490 

Nowotny, Albert J 323 

Nowotny, Arno 15, 118, 127, 261, 348 

Nowotny, George Edward, Jr. . . 127, 244, 305 

Noyes, Joan Luella 212 

Nuhn, Joanne Melton 66, 218, 392 

Nunley, Edith M. P. 49, 345, 388, 493, 498 

Nunn, Allen C 66 

Nunn, Robert John 234 

Nutt, Georgia Nell 76, 112, 332 

Nutt, Milburn E 320 

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Oak Grove 341 

Oaks, Jerald L 317 

Gates, Julian Winchell 250, 297, 453, 476 

Gates, L. C 13 

Dates, Lareid Stephen 275 

O'Bannon, Ethel Elizabeth 204, 490 

Obelgoner, SaRita 66, 196, 425, 491 

O'Brien, Maureen Frances 86, 338, 392, 419 

O'Brien, Nancy Ann 76, 204, 338, 419 

O'Brien, Thomas Michael .... 240, 317 

Ochoa, Richard Frank 252, 335, 349, 377, 

434, 437, 439, 453 

O'Connor, Carl G 294 

O'Connor, Elizabeth Ann 386, 425 

O'Connor, Fred J 325 

O'Connor, Michael 23 

O'Connor, Paul, Lt 304 

O'Connor, Rol>ert, Jr 323. 415 

O'Day, John Baldwin, Jr 398 



A ame Pagts 

O'Dell, Austin Al-nond, Jr.. . . 66, 386, 389 
O'Dell, Edward Munn 236 

O'Del), Harold Glenn 324, 344 

Oden, Charles Syndnor 270, 298 

Oden, Gene 453 

Oden, Judith Frances 86 38S 

Oden, Richard Lee 252, 298, 487 

Oden, Walter Eugene 335, 462, 466 

Odiorne, Jackie W 76 

Odom, George Thomas 86, 391 

Odom, Wayne Carlton 122 

O'Donnell, Denis Michael 275, 419 

O'Donnell, Thomas John 316, 413 

Oeffinger, William Henry 260 

Oerke, Andrew Halvou 417 

Oertli, Sara Bess 86 

O'Gara, Sheila M 207 495 

Ogburn, Betty Jo 420 

Ogden, Ohl Wayne 244 

Oglesbee, John H 66, 132, 295 

Oglesby, Madeline 86, 221, 490, 497 

Ogletree, William Beecher 397, 400 

Oheim, Donald Howard 259 

Ohlen, Gilbert Marvin 398 

Ohse, Bernhar J 417 

Okhuysen, Pablo Leopoldo, Jr. 28 

O'Kruhlik, Edith Marie. . .66, 362, 408, 419 

425, 426, 431, 489 

Oldham, Charles William 258, 324 

Oldham, Fay Burnett 345 

Oldham, R. B 3tl 

Olesjuk, Andrew 49, 386, 427 

Oliphint, Jorga B 49 

Oliver, Betsy Fleming 387 

Oliver, Eavia Marie 76, 412 

Oliver, Robert Lee 76, 270, 323 

Olle, Margaret Ann ... .. 86,215,490 

Olle, Edwm W 118 

Olmstead, Joseph Addison 122 

Olsen, HoaierB 316 

Olsen, Ivan Ronald 124, 417 

Olson, Cordelia Ann 76, 213 

Olson, Homer Buckley 423 

Olson, Nancy Pray 49, 108, 192 

Olson, 0. Julias, Jr 66, 339, 391, 429 

Omicron Nu 121 

Onhaizer, Jerry Eugene 253, 410 

Opiela, Alexander David, Jr 28 

O'Quinn, Ann Louise . . 49, 224 

Grand, Gail B 220 

Orand, Mary David 197 

Grand, Nell 220 

Orange Jackets 351 

Ordway, Donna June 415 

Oris, Barbara Ann 345 

Orman, Elizabeth Ann 405, 496 

Ormand, Jack Wilson 124, 391 

Ornish, Lillian Rae 86, 209 

O'Rourke, Edward Thomas . . 318, 389, 419 

Orr, Anne Carol 66, 200, 407, 495, 496 

Orr, Hugh D 86,326,348 

Orr, James C 326 

Crr, Katherine Elizabeth 86, 213, 423 

Orr, James Carley 76, 348, 413 

Orr, Joseph Lackland. .49, 240, 297, 302, 348 

Orr, Margaret Ann 76, 197 

Orr, Robert Mitchell 399, 410 

Orr, William Reed 76, 389 

Ortiz, Rogers 327 

Ortolani, Larry D 314 

Orynski, Julia Isabella 104, 105, 192 

Osborn, Joe Allen. .66, 256, 299, 348, 352, 427 

Osborne, Dee S 279 

Osterloh, Roy Emil 295, 417 

Ostroff, Herbert 320 

Oswald, Roberta Irene 345 

Otey, Charles K 76 

Otey, Charles Richard 127, 342, 427 

Otis, Barbara Ann 345, 491 

Ott, Robin Ray 306 

Ott, Suzanne Claire 215 

Ottinger, Vera Mae 333, 497 

Otto, Betty Jean 408 

Otto, Robert Louis 86, 267, 316 

Otto, William Michael 307 

Oualline, Charles M., Jr 132 

Outlar, Leonard Balton, Jr 49, 250 

Outstanding Student! 372-375 

Overton, Frances Fitzhugh 192, 336 

Overton, Galon Royce 258, 305 

Owen, Ada Maude 125 

Owen, David Allen 245 

Owen, Donald C 1 13 

Owen, Hilda Sue 86, 336, 412 

Owen, Kathleen Jeanette 76, 336, 429 

Owen, William Edison 398 

Owens, Elizabeth Ann 192 

Owens, Garth 429 

Owens, James William 274, 307, 405 

Owens, Kenneth Ira 49, 291, 348, 410 

Owens, Tom Gardner, Jr 66, 296 

Owens, Robert Oliver 389 

Ozulu, Mehmet C 28, 398 

Ozuna, George, Jr 396 

Ozymy, Charlie Lynn 49, 408 

Ozymy, Daniel Leslie 408 



Paborsky, Sheila Rae 411 

Pace, Charles Albert, Jr 271, 316 

Pace, Jimmy Dan. 28S, 335, 437, 453, 462, 463 

Pace, William Roy 341 

Pack, Beverly Louise 204 

Packard, Frank Alton 240 

Paddock, Harold Edward 1 13, 132 

Page, Anna McCay 66, 192 

Page, Charles 390 

Page, Claude Daniel 323, 453 

Page, Eleanor 130 



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Page. Robert Clayton 
Page. Stafford, Milrao 
Paine, Louis Burr, Jr 
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128, 414 

66, 252 
255,298 

66, 294 
110, 127 









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Pakenham. Junes Austin 240, 318, 4*3 

Palios, Katherine Louisf ............... M 

Palmer, Joe P ......................... 314 

Palmer. Lester Barry 281, 317 

Palmer. Lola Kay 76. 96. 130. 212, 362. 387 
Palmer. Tberon Lee ................... 387 

Palmer, Thomas Austin ........... 298, 335 

Panayides, Stellakis George ............. 344 

I 1 .!.:,.. ViLiM^-i i 345, 386, 387. 431 

Pape. Charles William ................. 113 

Pape, Galen William ....... 49 

Pape, Martin D ....................... i> 

Pappas, Jimmy ....................... 405 

Paredes. Jessie Laka 295,420 

Park, S. Joe .................... 300. 387 

Parker. Albert Wesley ............. 240, 295 

Parker. Clara 125 

Parker, David Connell .......... 86. 257, 318 

Parker. Edgar E ....................... 304 

Parker. Ji-nmie C ..................... 297 

Parker. Lawrence M .................. 420 

Parker. Luther Ray ........... 414 

Parker. Lvdia Edith ................ 126 

Parker, Margie Nell ................... 125 

Parker. Marjorie Davisson 222.225 

Parker, Richard Howard ...... 3 IS. 328 

Parker, Robert Fultor, Jr ....... 76, 321, 414 

Parker. William Dorsey ............ 252. 324 

Parker. Yvonne C .................. 49, 345 

Parkinson, David Paul 299, 335. 437. 453 
Parkinson. Sydney Earl ................ 237 

Parks. Barbara Lynn ........... 86, 207, 337 

Parks, Martha Jean ........ 76. 224. 340 

Parlwreco, Joseph Frank ............... 419 

Parr, Kermit Fxisel ......... 413 

Parr, Wallace Eugene .............. 389, 392 

Parrish, Patty Ray 122,192,193 

Parsons, June ......................... 430 

Parsons. Robert ....................... 229 

Parten, Betty Jane .................... 122 

Paschetag, Carl ....................... 287 

Paalay, Robert Hull ............... 299, 348 

Pasewaters, Peggy Jean ................ 130 

Pate, Mary Ann .............. 66, 212,497 

Patman, William Neff 49, 129, 270, 312, 485 
Paton, Patricia Agnes 66, 192, 292, 294. 332 
Patrick, Allyn Smith ................... 249 

Patrick, Ann Ruth ............ 101, 197, 429 

Patrick. Margaret Herring 203 

Patrick. Roy Coleman, Jr ............... 49 

Patten. Carolyn Lucile ................. M 

Patterson, Caleb Perry ............. 126. 259 

Patterson. Jeptha Robert ............... 887 

Patterson, Jimmy William .............. 86 

Patterson, Melvin Roy ................. 420 

Patterson, Nancy Irene ................ 28 

Patterson, Nancy Sue ........... 76, 198, 497 

Patterson. Wayne Edward .............. 28 

Pattillos, Reginald A ................... 319 

Patton, Boyd A .................... 86, 318 

Patton, Carolyn Lucile ................. 193 

Patton, LetaM. 220 

Patton. Martha Ann ....... 86, 207. 337. 404 

Patton, Kenneth Gene ............... 308 

Patton. Ronald A ................... 66, 323 

Pauling, Fred W.... 66 

Pavlik, Mary Joyce, 66, 336. 408, 419, 425, 431 
Payne, Andrew R .................. 326 

Payne. Betty Jean ........ .198 

Payne, Dick 8 ..................... 126 

Payne, Millard Gordon ............ 103, 109 

Payne, Robert Howard ................. 401 

Peace. Lenora ....................... 66 

Peacock, Harral Young ............ 229, 387 

Peacock, Richard Menefee ......... 271, 318 

Peagler. Barbara Joan ................. 210 

Pram Co-Op ..................... 345 

Pearce, Margaret Ann .......... 215 

Pearlman. Aaron Saul ............. 109. 272 

Pearlman, Martin .................... 272 

Peavy. Nancy Yvonne .......... 86, 207, 404 

Pechacek. Barbara Ann .............. 387 

Pechall, Pauline Louise .201, 338, 419. 425 
Peck. John Lane .................. 1 13, 1 14 

Peck, Margaret .................... 16, 217 

Peddie, Julie Catherine ............... 216 

Peden, Margaret Adelle ................ 86 

Pedcn, Margaret Ann .............. 225 

Pederson. Donald E ................. 86, 429 

Peebles, Farley E. ................. 311 

Peebles, Hugh Oscar ....... 246 

Peeler, Travis A ................. 405 

Peeples. James Herbert ........ 247, 485 

Peeples. Melvin Carter ............. 342 

Peevy. June Elisabeth .............. 76, 190 

Pegram. Peggy Joan ............... 407, 495 

Pelfier. Jack Steven .................... 306 

Peikert, William Joseph .......... 88, 391 

Pellerin, Wallace Lionel, 76, 1 1 1 . 236. 2X8. 324 
Pena, Heriberto A .............. 110 

Pena, Raul, Jr. 400.415 

Pendi-rgnuB. Ruth 103, 112, 345, 351 

IViidlrti.n. Frank Clark . >iii. _'.i- 

Penick, Daniel Allen 249, 474 

Penick, Harry 476 

Penick, Kathryn Lee 192, 409, 493 

Pcninger, Kathryn ............ 220 

Penn, George Marion 244, 427 

IVtm. William Albert 244. 297, 453. 476, 483 
Pennrr. Morris Bernard 273.326 

Penney, Wayne Diane 76, 210 

Penniman, Krwin Edgar 351 

Pennington. M. Glenn 49 

PcnniriKton. Patricia Sandlin 119 

PrnninRton, Warren Young . 260 



.Vam' t'agri 

Pennock. Levis William 286 

Penshorn. Harvey G 66. 339, 417, 423 

Peoples, Roberta Frances 49, 190 

Pepper. Zondre Rae 195. 404 

Percy. Ann Louise 207 

Perea, Jaine 487 

Peres, Leopoldo G 298 

Perhamus, Richard Calvin 244, 498 

Perkins, Clay Kemper 127. 275 

Perkins, Martha Ann 86,219,423,497 

Perkins, Thomas H 49 

Perkins, Victor Shelton. Jr 49, 397 

Perkins, William Drew 260 

Permenter. James Robert 344 

Pernay, Frank Richard 284 

Pernef. Raymond Floyd, 49, 127, 317. 342, 401 

Perrigo, James Bledsoe 76, 306. 423 

Perrine. Burton V 324 

Perrott. Charles Martin 309,419 

Perry, Bob Glenn 86,391 

Perry, Dean H 49, 315 

Perry. George Ann - 76, 217 

Perry. Franklin Howard 308 

Perry, Jay Harry 273, 319 

Perry, Jerome John 430 

Perry, John Grafton, Jr 391 

Perry, Johnnye Mary 225 

Perry, I/ouis Edgar 253 

Perry. Maurice Clifton 341, 481, 484 

Perry, Patricia Lou 203 

Perry, Samuel Rutherford 93, 252, 288, 352 
Persor, Ralph Erb 92,118,352,375. 

384, 430, 453 

Persons, Jerome Tad 49 

Perteet, Thomas W . 319 

Perwein, Donald Gene 129, 274, 304 

Pescor, Anne .345,424 

Peter, Arnold Edward, Jr 284 

Peters, Carolyn Ray 86.223 

Peters, Marshall Bookman 76, 270, 307, 484 

Peters, Paul 311 

Peters, Roland Otto, Jr 66, 461 

Petersen, Paul Wayne 240, 308, 427 

Peterson, Alice Celia 76 

Peterson, Arthur Paul 318, 427 

Peterson, Foree 220 

Peterson, Gerald L 318 

Peterson, James E 410, 481, 482 

Peterson, Jerry Lee 86, 269 

Peterson, Robert Severin 294, 401 

Peterson, Tommy L 66 

Petesch, Donald Anthony 105 

Petet, Charles F., Jr 126, 430 

Petrie, Robert L., Jr 250 

Petrovich, Charles S 295, 335, 437, 453 

Petrus, George Joe, 318, 341, 420, 481, 482, 488 

Petrusek, Doris Ann 86, 112, 408. 425 

Petry, William A 129, 304 

Petten, Carolyn Lucile 494 

Pettigrew, Robert W 28, 484 

Petty, Margaret Texanna 200, 337, 350, 

351, 429 

Peugh, Joe Childress 297, 335 

Peveler, Bill Charles 86, 348 

Peveler, Charles L. 342 

Pew, John Glenn 256 

Peyton, Dorothy Diane SO 

Pfeiffer, Bernice W 66, 201 

PfeiRer, David Graham 244, 427 

Pfeiffer. Elbert H., Jr 342 

Pfeiffey, Jesse A., Jr 76 

Pfiel, Carlton Ann 86, 207 

Phair, Bradley Clyde, Jr 76, 234 

Pharr, Helen Jane 203 

Pharr, James 419 

Phelps, Judith Carter 66, 110, 202, 

402, 405, 496 
Phelps. Martha Louise 86, 203, 386, 405 

Phenix, Harold Vance 397, 400 

Pki Brla Kappa 122 

Pki Delta Tkela 254 

1'ki Kla Siijmn 127 

Pki flamma Delta 256 

Pki Kappa Pri 258 

Pt Kappa Sigma 260 

Pki Kappa Tau 262 

Pki MM Alpka 124 

P*i Sigma Delta 264 

Pki Sigma Kappa 266 

Philips, Gordon Joseph 387 

Phillips, Jay A .113 

Phillips, John B . 66 

Phillip*. Phyllis Ann 86, 217, 422, 490 

Phillips, Poielle 76 

Phillips, Walter Martin 117, 398, 419 

Phinnir, William Robert 287 

Phy, Paul William 66. 307 

Pkyriral Education Majori 420 

Pi Bela Pki 220 

1't Kappa Alpka 268 

Pi Lambda Tketa 125 

Pi Sigma Alpka 126 

Pi Tau Sigma 127 

Pichinson. Donald Jay 289. MB 

Picket!. John Robert 260 

Picton, Frances Evelyn 216 

Pierce, Charles Curry, Jr 315,351.481 

Pierce, Jay Terry 245, 314 

Pierce, Pauline F. 76, 194,351,362,392.411 

Pierce. Robert N 131, 389 

Pierce. Thomas J 300 

Pierian Littrary Society 421 

Pierson. James Dennis 335.437.453 

Pigg. Judy Elisabeth 191 

Pimir. Paul Wesley. Jr 268 

Pike. Bruce Parker 240 

Pike, Frederick Braun 126 

Pilcher. Wavland Dale 102, 131 

1'ilnr.iin. Hal W. 232 

Pille, Roy F. 132 

Pilling. Charles A.. 314 



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Pingcnot, Cecilia Marie 345, 408, 419, 431 
Pinkerton, Dorothy Sue 429, 493. 497 

Pinkerton. Nell Baker 191 

Pinkston, F. Lee 335,453.376 

Pjnkston, Jean Evelyn 86. 201 

Pinner, Lu 427 

Pinon, Jose Pedro, Jr 344 

Pinson, James W -"m 

Pinson, Kenneth M. :tl!>i. :i'.ll 

Pipes, \\illiam Farrar 66, 110, 127, 250 

Pipkin, Mamie Lou 489 

Pir-iino, Johnny Vincent Ill, 319, 419 

Pirkle, John T 242,314 

Pirtle, Charles R 132 

Pitchford, Noram Louise 214 

Pittard, Carlton D 110 

Pittenger, Martha Lou 207 

I'm 111:111. Allen Gene 308 

Pittman, John P 238, 306 

Pitttnan, Pitkin 86 

Pitta, Gerald S 6, 410 

Pittsford, Chester M., Jr 242 

Pitier, Phil Moore 410 

Plass, Harold John 133 

I 'hit i. Dolores Jean . . 86 

Playter, Ann 214,402 

Pledge, James T 309 

Pledger, James T 391 

Plemons, Frank Lafayette 86, 237, 295 

Plover, John Joseph 414 

Plowman, Alice Louella 345 

Plummer, Leonard Brodnax 76, 325, 348 

Plummer, Lou Anne 86, 97, 193, 405 

Plummer, William A 242 

Plummer, William L., Jr 348 

Plunk, Don R 86 

Plyler, Royce, Weldon 50 

Poborsky. Sheila Rae 86, 209 

Poe, Patrick Henry 248, 306 

Poetter, Dianne Virginia 66, 190 

Poland, Helen Lee . . 50, 340, 402 

Polasek, Theo Louis 326,419,484 

Polk, Clifford Dale 420, 437, 453 

Pollak, Robert E 127 

Pollan, Madlyn 125 

Pollard, James J.... .397 

Pollard, Mary Elisabeth 202 

Pollock, James A 66 

Pollock, Jean Ray 76, 195, 411 

Pollock, Joann 66, 210 

Polon, William Joseph 401 

Polsky, Louis S 230, 324 

Polter, Dan Earl 127, 343, 483 

Polunsky, Robert Alan 50, 230, 379. 392 

Pontius, Paul Elmer 86, 418 

Poole. Richard Stanley 86, 267, 297 

Pooley, Elliott Earl 50, 103, 109 

Pope, James Bland 245, 308 

Pope, James Hart 129, 304 

Pope, Marilyn 204, 421, 492 

Porter, Davy Lee 50 

Porter, Gloria Dell 76. 197. 437, 491 

Porter, Goldie Printis Horton 201 

Porter, Jenny Lind 115 

Porter, Patricia Bonneau 336 

Porter, Roger Hons, Jr 254, 296 

Porter, William Clark, III 28 

Portwood. Ralph Leon 414 

Post, KibyM 109 

Post, Raymond A 318, 341 

Post, William B., Jr 86, 327 

Potter, Julie Anne 86, 197 

Potter, William Richard 266 

Potthoff, Beverly 407 

Potts, Linda Gail 217 

Pou, James H 86, 429 

Pounds, Minor E 317 

Powell, Billy Paul 322, 335, 349, 423, 453. 
454,456 

Powell, Charles Avon 398 

Powell, Delia B 416 

Pmcell Houie 345 

Powell, Jay Frank 86, 240, 391 

Powell, Martha 1 12, 337. 386. 430 

Powell. Phillip Morgan 415 

Powell. Sonia Yvonne 86,191 

Powell. Vic Boone 283 

Power. Beverly Joyce 86, 211, 404 

Power, Harry "H 133,235 

Power, Patrick H 236, 321 

Powers, Carrie Jane 125 

Powers, Don Warren 274 

Powers, Irene T 336 

Prager. Donald 3 

Prasatik, Virginia Rae 408 

Prater, Guy H 86 

Prather, Charles L Ill, 114 

Prather. Charles M 114 

Pralker Hall 339 

Pratt, Gerald Bloyot 298, 409, 430 

Pratt, James Madison 132 

Pratt, Robert W., Jr 256 

Preble, Carolyn Sue 196 

Pred'homme, John Thomas 419 

I'm--. Elwood J. 78. 298, 342, 348. 349. 427 

Prensky. Arnold Irwin 265, 315 

Pressman. Marjorie Ann 97. 194 

Presson. Mary Juan 76. 386, 427, 493 

Presswood. Clyda Marlene 86, 337 

Preston, Allan Kerry 252, 393. 409 

Preston, Eleanor 88, 225, 337, 497 

Preston. Juanita Olivette 50, 192. 407 

Presutto. Joseph Alfred 387 

Prewett. William Adrian 86, 275, 315 

Prewit, Jerry B 295 

Prewitt. George Peyton 274, 405 

Price, Allen Palmer 405 

Price, Ed 436, 437 

Price, Edwin Charles (Ted) 278, 28S, 453 

Price.Gene 387 

Price, Glen Henry 50. 322, 335. 437. 453 



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Price, Grinville 98,131 

Price, Lois Afton 86 

Price. Tom. Jr 86,326 

Price, Virginia 125 

Prideaux, Jerry J 325 

Priddy, Donald O. . . 294 

Priddy, Nelson Holt 258 

Priestley, Phil W 318 

Prim. Gene Alan 391.418 

Prim, Virgil Monroe 390,391 

Primer, Charles Austin 88, 269 

Primm, Thomas C 86, 29 

Prino, Marian Jo. . . 66, 403 

Printing, Glen Sam 76, 305 

Pritchett, Barbara Sue 387 

Pritchetl, Donald Gordon 419 

Pritchett, Joyce Ann 86, 197, 429, 497 

Pritchett, Raymond Wade . . 269, 297 

Probst, Cornne Elaine 207, 336 

Proffer, Joan Marie 197 

Prokudin-Gorsky, Anna 28 

Prosser, Jeannine 86, 211, 411 

Prosser, Shirley Joe 50, 108, 210, 407 

Prouse, F. Darlene 66, 96, 134, 196, 350, 

404, 424, 429 

Prouse, Ruth Lorene 86, 1 12, 404. 429 

Provus, Joan Breta 86, 195, 333 

Pruett, James Hamilton, Jr. 240, 307, 474 

Pruett, Wilford R 50, 116, 389 

Pruitt, Angela D 76 

Pruitt, Joann 197, 362, 386 

Pruitt, Mary Katherine 338 

Prutch, PhiU S 86,318 

Pryor.BiUB 318 

Pryor, Patricia Joyce 50, 216, 402 

Puett, Roane Harwood 259, 308, 335 

Pufal, Jim 324 

Pugh, August Leo, Jr 348, 410 

Pugh, Mina Eleanor . 76, 224, 333, 405. 422 

Puig, Mary Patricia 96, 203, 402 

Pullen, Joel Herbert 322, 474 

Pullman, Thomas Edison, Jr. 87,271,314 

Puls, William Marshall 253 

Pulver, Robert Elliot 275, 295, 389 

Purcell, Amy 66, 212 

Purdy, William Henry 109 

Purse, James Anderson 250 

Purvine, Beverly Ann 76 

Putch, Joseph David 419 

Putman, Edwin D., Jr 405 



Quebedeaux, Carl Hampton 306 

Queen, Nolan, Jr 240 

Quilliaro, William Reed, Jr. 50, 286, 287, 352 

Quillian, Gwendolyn Geneva . . 76, 218, 332, 

420, 429, 489, 491 

Quinn, Allan Shrader 50,352 

Quinn, Billy 300, 335, 423, 437, 439 

Quinn, Nancy Ellen 66, 215, 496 

Quinto, Carmen . 125 



Rabb, Virgil S 

Rabke, Raymond Franklin 

Rachel, Margaret Corinne 

Rackley, Jerry Don 

Rademacher, Harold John . . . 
Kadio-TVdmU... 
Radtke, Kurt G. 
Rafshoon, Gerald Monroe .76, 

Rag land. Alphonso, III 

Ragland, Cruger Smith . . . 

Ragland, Mitchell C 

Ragon, Jimmy Carroll 

Ragsdale, Sue 

Ragstad, John M. 

Ra:f, Leonard William 

Raine, Michael Bennett 

Raines, Morgan Van 

Rainey, John Crews. . . 
Rakoover, Mark H. . . . 
Raley. Bobby Ray 256. 324 

Ramahi, Husni Yusuf 

Ramirei. Sara Leonil 

Ramon, Adolph I 

Ramos, Sid 

Ramsey, Coy Chester, Jr 

Ramsey, Tommv H. 

Ra nd, Phyllis . .". 

Randall, Joan Frances 

Randall, Laura B 

Randall. Louise West 

Randall, Risher 

Randolph, Barbara Jayne. . 
Randolph, Elisabeth Ann . . 



319 

127, 268 

76,205 

297 

124. 391, 484 

392 

114, 132 

99, 103, 109, 

264,320 
244, 349, 453, 

460. 461 

244,486 

87 

400 

76,204 

99 

127,321 

244,486 

326,391 

.76,243,326 

272.308 

, 335. 437, 453 

127 

50 

321 

68,253,418 
.. 87 



Randolph, Jayne 

Range, Robert Louis . . 

Rangcl, Eliseo, Jr 

Hanger, The Terai 

Kankin, Betty Ann 
Rankin, Jack Gilbert 



M, 



Kankin, Thomas E. 
Rankinc, Wilfred I ., Jr. ... 
RansdeU, Charles \\ illiam 

Ransom, Harry 

Ransom, Jack McGregor. 

Raper, James A 

Rapp, Raymond C 

Rase. Howard Frederick 
Rasmussen, Robert Adrian 

Rast, Helen Marie 

Rast, l^wrencc Rotxrt 



50, 



50 

198 

220, 402, 490 

66.204 

254,321,485 

87,405 

110, 192. 193. 
405.422 

193.411 

76,417 

50,318 

104-105 

115. 125.403 

258, 314, 316. 

328. 480 

127.315 

....316,351 
109, 116, 248 
122 

76,256,324 

87 

.318 
133 

76, 245, 325 

66,206.207 
124, 386 



PAOF. 527 



Name 1'aget 

Ratcliff, E.Virginia... 120,386 

Rathbone, Lucy 121, 217, 412 

Rathgelx-r, Edward R 314 

RatlifF, Hubert Smith 228 

Ratliff, John Thomas 257 

Ratliff, Ralph Bryan 391 

Ratliff, Robert Harry 228 

Ratner, 1'hyllis Kstelle 87, 195, 404 

Rattikin, William Jackson. .76, 111, 276, 277, 
298, 480 

Rau, Charles W 78 

Ravkind, Morty Samuel 273, 300 

Ravkind, William Morris 231 

Rawles, James Heath 129, 270, 300 

Rawlings, Dixie Faye 212 

Rawls, James 302 

Ray, Alton Spencer, Jr 1 17, 398 

Ray, Bert Edwin 50,282 

Ray, Bobby Cleve 76, 324 

Ray, Donald Lee 50, 286 

Ray, Edgar E., Jr 66, 348 

Ray, Gerald B 320 

Ray, Lucille N.. .76, 333, 387, 405, 495, 496 

Ray, Norwin Gene 280, 281, 386 

Rayson, Jack Henry 50 

Rayzor, Jess Newton, Jr 76, 254, 309 

Razo, Rudy 344 

Read, James LeGrande 126, 268, 387 

Read, William Theodore 305 

Reagan Literary Society 422 

Reagan, Patrick Hardy 268 

Reagan, Wanda Ruth 76, 200, 333, 421 

Reaves, James Fowler 76, 321, 386, 391 

Rebsch, Willis J 318 

Red, Thomas J 484 

Redd, Elizabeth Ann 66, 210 

Reddick, Dewitt Carter 98, 131, 348 

Redding, Anna Louise 191, 426 

Redditt, Barbara Ann 214 

Redfield, James Earl 113 

Redlord, Emmette S 126 

Redick.J. V 291 

Retimon, John Edwin 252, 324 

Redwine, Ras 260 

Reece, Lou Marie 213 

Reed, Albert Russell 50 

Reed, Anita Lucille 66, 204, 338 

Reed, Billye Ruth 87, 386 

Reed, Carroll Lynn 246, 322 

Reed, Don W 326 

Reed, Evelyn Shelby. 115, 22), 302, 350, 382, 

406, 407, 427 

Reed, Hamilton S 300, 302 

Reeder, Ann Louise 216 

Reeder, Cyrus A., Jr 315 

Reeder, Hugh 437, 453 

Reeder, Robert S 293, 339 

Reeds, James W 66 

Rees, Charles B., Jr 342 

Rees, Rose Pellegrin 419 

Rees, Warren Alonzo 270 

Reese, Donald Gale 87 

Reese, Oran Thomas 343 

Reese, 7oe Ann 86, 215, 421 

Reeves, Benny Pat 324 

Reeves, Ernest Gene 126, 31 1 

Reeves, George Dewey 274 

Reeves, Joanna 50, 204, 332 

Reeves, Linda Elaine. .76, 112, 337, 351, 360, 

362, 370, 427 

Reeves, Nancy Dickins 216, 217, 490 

Refsell, Oliver Morris 126, 417 

Rehkemper, Leonard James 66, 410 

Reichmann, Renia 408 

Reichstein, Abe Aaron 230 

Reid, Carol Ann 204, 422 

Reiner, Donald 1 272, 297, 335, 349 

Reigle, Harold Theodore 76, 318, 328 

Reinarz, J. Allen 110 

Reinhardt, Paul D 387, 409 

Reimers, Don R 322 

Reininger, Gail T 66 

Reiss, David J 299 

Reiter, Fred M 132 

Reitz, Lloyd N 315 

Rekart, Ronald G 327 

Rembold, Frances Jean 50, 103 

Remschel, Frances Katherine. . . .76, 193, 334 

Renfro, Joseph Frank 233 

Renfroe, Martha Lou 112 

Renfrew, Carolyn Louise 76, 214 

Renfrew, Mary Jane 87, 225 

Renick, Pauline Elizabeth 50, 214 

Renner, Jerry Lee 50, 190, 422, 430, 491 

Renolds, C. W 124 

Reper, Ronald R 66 

Reuthinger, Virginia Lee 415, 494 

Revell, Harold Gene 66 

Revelle, Frances Sue 191 

Reviere, Bernard 453 

Reyes, Robert J 294 

Reynolds, Alice Joyce 211, 337, 497 

Reynolds, Ben Lamar 299, 341, 481 

Reynolds, Claude Earl 66 

Reynolds, Claude W., Jr 99, 314, 391 

Reynolds, Dan 249 

Reynolds, Fred Donald 314, 423 

Reynolds, James Robert 417 

Reynolds, Joseph D 295 

Reynolds, Joyce 87 

Reynolds, Leslie Norman 51 

Reynolds, Robert Eugene 87, 127, 315 

Reynolds, Russell Ronald 51, 252 

Reynolds, Thomas 274 

Reynolds, William G 293 

Rezvain, Mohammed 28 

Rhea, Bruce Luna 87, 257, 315 

Rheubotham, Betty John 87, 213, 337, 496 
Rheubotham, Nancy Grace, 213, 337, 420, 496 

Rhiddlehoover, Bruce Harold 129, 292 

Rhine, John 237 



Name Pages 

RhoCki 128 

Rhodes, Arlen Lynwood 105 

Rhodes, Benjamin Thomas, Jr.. 240, 307, 417 

Rhodes, Betty Carolyn 87, 215, 333 

Rhodes, Kenneth V 87 

Rhone, James Shaver 87, 269 

Rhone, Rex Ray 87, 287 

Ribar, Fred John 116 

Rice, Charles Vastine 66, 99, 401 

Rice, Herbert Louis 423 

Rice, Sharon Eileen 112 

Rice, Wanda J 493, 496 

Rich, Jack 272 

Rich, Marvin A 51, 460, 461 

Richards, Howard Newton 87, 259 

Richards, James Van 87, 275, 391 

Richards, Phyllis 125, 412 

Richards, Raymond L 87, 97 

Richards, Terry E 294 

Richardson, David Seney 250 

Richardson, James 335, 454 

Richardson, Mary Ann 51, 203, 497 

Richardson, Meek Lee 51, 429 

Richardson, William Lee 51, 387 

Richbook, Gerald 126 

Richerson, Alvin Dale 259, 299 

Richie, George R 66, 93, 99, 284 

Richter, John L 86 

Richard, James Alexander 274, 483 

Ricker, Barbara 332, 496 

Ricker, Price Rupert 245, 299 

Ricketts, Annelle 191 

Rickette, Riehard Dugan 259 

Ricks, Donus W 66 

Rid, Joe Allan 429 

Riddick, Helen Campbell. . 87, 112, 215, 362 

Ridley, William Douglas 283, 322, 423 

Rieger, Robert Lewis 274, 321 

Riegle, William Glen 87, 409 

Riemann, Grace Sue 76, 112, 201, 337 

Riggins, Robert Ralph 76, 294 

Riggs, Frank 498 

Rigney, Jane Tatum 76 

Rikli, Richard Ben Ill 

Riley, Fred Whitcome, Jr. . . .66, 99, 110, 256 

Riley, Margaret M 51 

Riley, Mary Jo 51, 125, 332, 403 

Riley, W. C., Jr 66 

Rine, Julia W 333 

Riney, John Stanley 87, 249 

Ring, Marjorie 110 

Rirger, Edward S 297 

Ripps, Phyllis 87, 209, 333 

Riser, Martha Jane 66, 99 

Risk, Edward 290 

Ristoff, Anthony 387 

Ritch, Ella Jane 214 

Ritch, Rozanne Gloria 215, 496 

Ritchie, Henry Gorman 244 

Ritchie, John Preston 268 

Ritter, Jack Francis, Jr 270, 306 

Ritter, Nancy Ann, 87, 96, 112, 137, 203, 362 

Rivas, Alberto 427 

Rives, James Batts, Jr 87, 348 

Riviere, Arthur Bernard 66, 276, 349 

Rivette, Kerny A 269, 299 

Rix, Cecil Charles 28, 252 

Rizzo, Louis A 294 

Roach, James Robert 126, 259 

Roach, Marshalyn 206, 412 

Roache, Beth 410 

Roache, John Edward Ill 

Roane, Raymond C 87, 315, 348 

Roark, Billy John 417 

Robbins, Betty Joyce 66, 96, 203, 405 

Roberson, Bobby George 296, 335, 452 

Roberson, Herman E 323 

Roberson, M. Richard 51, 453, 487 

Roberts, Barbara Dale 87, 207, 337, 426 

Roberts, Bennet James, Jr 76, 261, 300 

Roberts, Beverly Rae 205 

Roberts, Charles W., Jr 18 

Roberts, Curtis Bus 244, 483 

Roberts, Elizabeth Dolly 345, 387 

Roberts, Everett Allen, Jr 87, 318, 351, 

401, 486 

Roberts, Frank McCoy 66, 233 

Roberts, Lcdr Francis W r arren 304 

Roberts, Gordon Phil 271 

Roberts, Harvey E 315 

Roberts, Jerry Hugh 76, 276, 297 

Roberts, Jo Ann 207, 427 

Roberts, John Herbert 76, 270, 288 

Roberts, Mike Henry 254, 315 

Roberts, Shirley Paulette 51, 202, 427 

Roberts, William Esgar 113 

Robertson, Anthony Keith 51, 234 

Robertson, Betty Catherine 51, 338, 419 

Robertson, Billy Ray 51 

Robertson, Don A 293 

Robertson, Elgin B 117 

Robertson, George S 320, 341, 482, 484 

Robertson, Gilbert Ephraim 286, 401 

Robertson, Gregory Alan 51 

Robertson, Jamec W 51 

Robertson, John Malcolm 270 

Robertson, John Robertson 252 

Robertson, Henry Grady, Jr 51 

Robertson, Lorene 99, 220 

Robertson, Ray Drayton 268 

Robertson, Richard Spotswood. .51, 126, 129, 

306, 487 

Robertson, Robert Nelson 127, 348 

Robertson, Rolands Rock 351 

Robertson, Sterling Clark, Jr 259, 319 

Robertson, Wayne A 316 

Robertson, Warren 66 

Robinett, Richard Lee 258 

Robins, Mildred Ann 112, 195 

Robinson, Bobby Lynn 316 

Robinson, Frank Kee 51, 249 



Name Pages 

Robinson, George Sidney .300, 335, 425, 452 

Robinson, Jerome Charles 127 

Robinson, Joan Frances 209, 404 

Robinson, LaFalco 124 

Robinson, Michael C 87, 249, 318 

Robinson, Pat 204 

Robinson, R. Larry 296 

Robinson, Robert Lynn 279 

Robinson, Thomas Wesley 99 

Robinson, William Duane 277 

Robison, Jim T 76, 279 

Rohison, Jim T 484 

Robson, Mary Lucy 76, 225, 421, 425 

Rocha, Thomas, Jr 307, 415 

Rochal, Margaret C 497 

Roche, John David 254, 324 

Roche, John Edward 114 

Roche, Katherine Romaine 216 

Roche, Mary Beth 334, 387 

Roche, William C 405 

Rochester, Quida Jane 66, 99, 200 

Rockne, Blanche 417 

Rockwell, James W 13 

Roddy, Martha Jeanne 76, 207 

Roden, Robert Glenn 287, 316 

Rodenroth, Terry D 87 

Rodgcrs, Gilbert 51, 397, 400 

Rodgers, James Edgar 308, 387, 409 

Rodgers, Yvonne Hartley 190, 424 

Rodman, Thomas Edward 258, 349 

Rodrigues, Eurico 344 

Rodriguez, Francisco Javier 415 

Rodrigves, Nelson Augusto 87 

Rodriquez, Anthony F. 293 

Rodriquez, Donato, Jr 324 

Rodriques, Jimmy 419 

Rodriqucs, Jose A 419 

Roebuck, Isaac Field, Jr.. . .51, 349, 390, 391, 

399 

Roebuck, Noel Fletcher 76, 325, 430 

Roehr, Sarah J 345 

Roessner, Roland Gommel 98, 247 

Rogers, Carl E., Jr 67, 99, 397 

Rogers, Charles Lemly 306, 429 

Rogers, Floyd Richard, Jr 298, 420, 453 

Rogers, James Francis 76, 228, 326, 484 

Rogers, Joe William 259, 299 

Rogers, Kendal True 127, 325 

Rogers, L. Tom 420 

Rogers, Nancy Jane 67, 205 

Rogers, Reginald W 409 

Rogers, Roddy R 324 

Rogers, Shirley Ann 217 

Rogers, Sue Agnes 51, 192 

Rogers, Tom 429, 468, 472, 473 

Rogers, Tom Neil 335, 453 

Rogers, Thomas Pascal 400 

Rogers, Thomas Ralph 28, 390, 391 

Rogers, Virginia 125 

Rogers, Yvonnt 362 

Rogowski, Catherine Antonia. . . .87, 112, 332 

Rogstad, John M 279, 323 

Rohm, Werner G 278, 484 

Rolback, Joseph Stanley 408 

Rollins, James D., Jr 275, 319 

Rome, James Gus 276 

Romine, Joe Tschudy 234, 405 

Romice, Nancy 214 

Romine, Robert Norman 423 

Romotsky, Jerry 127 

Roof, John Nicholas 99, 296 

Roos, Myrtle Mae 125 

Rork, Billy Hubert 67, 99, 339 

Rosamond, Ben Arthur 308 

Rosborough, Martha Ann. .51, 130, 204, 350, 
370, 384, 407, 422, 427, 498 

Rose, Arthur William, Jr 51, 116 

Rose, Cecile 76, 194, 424 

Rose, Howard Vance 250 

Rose, Jerome Robert 231, 296 

Roselius, Ronald R 417 

Rosen, Allan Leon 230, 323 

Rosen, Eleanor C 198 

Rosrn, Richard Julian 272, 273 

Rosene, Hilda F 215 

Rosenberg, June Carole 87, 223 

Rosenberg, Phyllis Louise 208 

Rosenberg, Shirley Jean. . . .97, 112, 332, 404 
Rosenberg, Stanley David. 118, 272, 349, 378 

Roscnfield, Donald 264, 323 

Rosenquist, Martha Christina 190, 362 

Rosenthal, Jeanne Lee 223 

Rosenthal, Lois Charlene 87, 222, 489 

Rosmarin, Larry Melvin 76, 264 

Ross, Charles Mark 231, 314 

Ross, Dade Ann 99, 206 

Ross, James Raye 297, 420 

Ross, Jeanine 87, 332 

Ross, Mary Jule 99 

Ross, William Hugh 76, 293 

Rosser, Homer Jimmie 335, 437, 453 

Rosscr, Mary Beth 99 

Rostrom, Mary Ann 87, 213, 494, 497 

Roten, Robert W 298 

Roth, Barbara Marcia 87, 404 

Roth, Etoile Margaret Alcorn 332 

Roth, Joan Idelle 87, 195 

Roth, MaxOze 418 

Roth, Maxime Beni 99 

Rothwell, Jack C., Jr 234, 352 

Rothwell, Wellington 261 

Rousse, Thomas A 98, 393 

Routh, Bill Irven 308 

Rovello, Tommy, Jr 51, 399 

Rowan, Arch H., Jr 51, 250, 316 

Rowan, Thomas W 271 

Rowe, Charles Elmer 133 

Rowe, Donald R 389, 400 

Rowe, George 339 

Rowe, Gladstone McLendon. . . .316, 351, 482 
Rowe, Linda Ruth 99, 224 



Name 

Rowe, Mary Jo 87 

Rowe, Peggy Jane 213, 333 

Rowe, Yvonne M 67 

Rowell, Doug 240 

Rowell, James Adrian, Jr 67 

Rowell, Janice 122 

Rowell, Pauline S 87 

Rowell, Walton Douglass 87 

Rowland, Clifford Michell 233 

Rowland, Peggy Jean 67, 405, 427 

Rowland, Peggy Lee 76, 216, 351, 387, 388, 
426, 490, 497 

Rowland, Robert Adrian 232 

Roy, Shirley Wren 87, 197 

Royall, Barbara Ann . .67, 99, 201, 333, 491 

Royall, Margaret Jean 51, 200 

Royder, James (Jack) Otis 51 

Roye, Watson Payne 341 

Rozzell, Jean Ellis 87, 318, 391 

Rubarth, Mary Evelyn 206, 419, 497 

Rubenstein, David Ochs. . . .51, 272, 273, 292 

Rubenstein, Elayne Donne 112 

Rubenstein, Meyer 281 

Rubesch, Joe Dick 260, 261, 316 

Rubey, Elizabeth Stuart 67, 217 

Rubin, Natalie Diane 87, 209 

Rucker, Max Ramon 52, 286, 287 

Rudbcrg, Carolyn Frances. . . . . .223 

Ruddock, John W 279 

Rudellat, James C 296 

Rudelson, Harry S 272 

Ruebel, Alfred Louis, II, 52, 60, 258, 326, 328 
Ruecking, Frederick Henry, Jr. . . . . . 28 

Ruff, Bally Hill 67,278 

Rufner, Wanoa Marie 52 

Rugeley, Joan Dee, 67, 96, 99, 192, 193, 422 

Ruiz, Linda Gloria 52, 338 

Rumho, Sara Lou 115 

Rund, Edwin.. 311 

Rundell, C. A., Jr., 52, 250, 307, 352, 376, 453 

Rundell, John Lee 308, 351 

Runneberg, Anita D., 97, 196, 437. 491, 497 

Runnels, Joe Neal 453 

Rupe, Charles H 314, 339 

Rupe, Marilyn Joan 52, 130, 345, 362, 

387, 392 

Rupp, Louise Ann 214 

Rusk, Oral Zane 401 

Russel, Ira Albert 386 

Russell, Anna Lou 57, 219,423,491, 493 

Russell, Charles Bert 286 

Russell, Dolores Antoinette, 52, 1 15, 206, 350, 
405, 406, 422, 427, 495, 497 

Russell, Eugene Benjamin 127, 306 

Russell Jack Dcmpsey 405 

Russell, Jeanette Rose 338, 415 

Russell, Joan Kay 52, 204 

Russell, John Alvin 316 

Russell, Tommie Lou 76, 333 

Russo, BenJ 351 

Russo, Joe E 250, 288, 321 

Rust, Shirley Ann 87, 221, 337, 427 

Rutland, Edward Compton 405 

Rutledge, Fred Aluah 418 

Rux, Vivian Videlle 76, 428 

Ryals, Caroline Roberts 52 

Ryals, Fred E 52, 278 

Ryan, Danahey 133, 401 

Ryan, John F 415 

Ryan, Virginia T 193, 327 

Ryan, William Kenny 258 

Ryberg, Joyce Elaine. .76, 137, 202, 360, 362 
Rylander, Henry Grady 127, 133 



Saage, Lu Ann 87, 337 

Sabberger, Paul L 326 

Sabina, Sister M 338 

Sabri. Malki 400 

Sabrsula, Betty Jo 336, 425 

Sabrsual, Herman D 52, 414 

Sachs, IrvinD 22 

Sachs, Joanne 194, 362, 424 

Sachs, Suzanne 77, 101, 194 

Sack, Pauline Fannie 195 

Sackett, Barbara 496 

Sadler, Ann Elizabeth 87, 205 

Sadler, Chester C 52, 296 

Sadler, Cynthia 204 

Sadler, Marilyn 220, 402 

Saenz, Aaron 314 

Saenz, Oscar, Jr 389 

Saffold, Albert T 400 

Safi, M. Hashim 417 

Sage, Vernon Ray 52, 314, 328 

Saied, Fred Allen 77, 258 

Saikin, Stanley B 99 

Sakamoto, Tatsuyoshi 28 

Salas, James Bonus 308, 419 

Salas, Nicanor A 415 

Salazar, Amalia 345 

Saldana, Tadeo P 396 

Saldivan, Gynverti 419 

Saldivar, Eduardo N 396 

Saldivar, Grace 396 

Salidvar, Humberto F 396 

Saldivar, Irma Gloria 396, 497 

Salem, James David 419 

Salem, Robert Michael 405 

Salinas, Felix E 295 

Salley, M. Grace 77 

Salzberger, Paul Louis 273 

Sample, Mary Margaret 225 

Sample, Sally 67 

Sample, Sara Catherine 52, 192, 404, 422 

Sampson, Gwyn Anne 87 

Sampson, Robert Littell 237 

Samuelson, James Gordon 335, 468, 471 

Samuelson, Lionel Earl 231 



PAOE 528 



.Vamr Pagei 

San AKlmioCltA 423 

Sanborn. Sue Ann* 77. 112, 120.214 

Sanchez. George 1 39. 415 

Sanchei-Navarro, Michael 62 

Sandahl. Cynthia Lou 202. 226. 4!H) 

Sandburg, bmlk K 390. 391 

Sandefur. .lorry Kay 67. 249. 294. 389 

Sandefur. Pentard William. Jr. 294 

Sandcl, Milohcll Lulher 113 

Sandel, Wilmm Agnes 77. 204, 337, 351, 490 

Sander.Jan 77.225.421 

Sanderford. Marirarrt U* 77. 192 

Sanders, Charlie Eugene 288,259 

Sanders, Charles K 296 

Sanders. Doloria Nin 214 

Sandors. Donald Harrison 339 

Sanders, D. Eleanor 67.430.497 

Sanders, Edgar E. 320 

Sanders. Hie Garland, Jr 77, 259, 324 

Sanders, raise 333 

Sanders, Eugene 483 

Sanders. Jean Ann 52 

Sanders. Joel G. 105 

Sanders. John Louis 87, 326, HIM 

Sanders. Joseph Lindsey 103 

Sanders. Mary Lou 87.104.105.197 

Sanders. 0. Dianne 52 

Sanders, Richard R 320 

Sanders. Weldeen Joy 190. 423 

Sanderson, Melhurn Arnold 420 

Sandifer, Laura Seay 214 

Samllin. Patricia Lou 122 

Sandford. Patricia Eliiabeth 405 

Sandford. Sandy 77 

Sanford, Tommy E 316 

Sanford, Vernon T.. Jr 109. 327 

Sanford, Wilmer E 295 

Sunnily. Kilty 87, 99. 200 

Sanov, Lorraine (Cookie) 208 

Samiuiusl, Barbara Ann 99 

Sansing, Joy Tynelle 77. 200, 491 

Sansing, Nell Beth 77, 200, 422 

Sansom. Paul Welborn 245 

Sansom, Robert Kennon 245 

Sanaugh. Eilly D 279 

Sargent, James C 128, 414. 416 

Sarrafian, George Phillip. 52, 97, 122, 262, 319 

Sams, Katina 87, 201 

Sartain, Dan Kenyon 399 

Satter6eld, Martha 337 

Satterwhite, William Waldon 52. 245, 300 

Sato, Toshihiro 28 

Sauer, George Henry 233. 322 

Sauermilch, Merle Raye 190, 424 

Saunders. Fred 335,454.458 

Saunders. James LeRoy 52, 453, 474 

Saunders, Sally Ann 217 

Saunders, Shirley Ann 403 

Savage, Mary Jo 87. 193. 337, 362, 367 

Sayer, Kenneth Neal 325 

Kcabbard and Made 129 

Scaief, Helen Nancy 87, 1S3, 337, 430 

Scaling. George Arnold 250. 322, 335, 453, 

454. 456 
Scallorn. Ben Gerald 321. 335. 420. 453. 

468. 469 
Scamardo. Betty Jean 67, 99. 212, 213. 

404,412 

Scarborough, Florence 87. 207 

Scarborough, Luther Taylor, Jr.. 297. 349, 453 
Schaharum, Madclon Kathryn 87, 215. 392 

Schade. Janet Marie 87.225 

Schaefer, Dixie Mae 99.200 

Schaeffer, Aaron 273 

Schaetile, Eve Norine 87, 201. 410 

Schafer, Ann 386 

Schafor. Helen Rose Marie 77. 103. 404 

SohanYr, Donald Haskell 231 

Scharfenbcrg. Sylvia Sue 52. 202, 490, 497 

Schatte, WUiam A 87, 293 

Schatiroan. Gail Andrea 404.419 

Schaumberg. John Conrod 430 

Schemer, Barbara Lynn 67, 99. 1 90. 333 

Scheig, Edward Earle 77, 268. 322. 423 

Scheig. Richard Leroy 286, 410 

Schell. William F 410 

Sehenk, Franklin D 294 

Scherabon, Evelyn 382 

Scherl. Albert David 77, 249. 295 

Schenda, August 418 

Schier. Roy Robert 393 

Schiffbauer. Alan 87 

Schiller. Lewis A 280 

Schimmel. Philip G 319 

Schlaroeus, Barron 67. 387 

Schleicher. Richard E 320 

Schleuae, Louis V. illiam. Jr 52, 110, 122. 

409,423 

Schlemmber. Robert M ilton 250 

Schlumpf. Robert L 319,413 

Sohmaltireid, George K 339 

Schmid. John Edward 299, 335, 454 

Srhmidt. Bobbie Nell 101, 420 

Schmidt. Charles Harvey 52. 258. 400 

Schmidt. Donald Ixiuie 127, 308 

Schmidt. Frank. Jr 318 

Schmidt. Ida Louise 9 

Schmidt. Margaret Ann 67.96,99,200,404, 

424.425 

Schmidt. Mary Winaett (17. 214. 426 

Schmidt. Otis Rhea 67. 94. 99. 103. 134, 

337. 351. 3S2. 404. 426, 427. 495 

Schmidt. Patricia Ann 52. 210 

Schmidt, Vera 112 

Sohmiti, Mary Margaret 202, 340. 423. 402. 

494. 496. 498 

Sohmurker, Larry Alan 245 

Srhnabel. Charlie A. 34H 

Schneider. Aaron 231 

Schneider, Charles Walter. Jr. 52 

Schneider, Ivalee 87 



.Vow I'agei 

Schneider. Jules Edouard 254 

Schneider. Nancy Elaine 99, 202. 402 

Schneider, Theodore E., Jr. 87,417 

Schneider, Thomas Ly the 246, 306. 423 

Schnell, Joyce 87, 211, 337, 404, 427 

Schoch. Eugene Paul 133. 390 

Schoenbrum, Shirley Jean 1 12, 194, 424 

Schoenelierg, Herman Frederick 417 

Schooler, Jo Ann 198, 337 

Schoonraaker, Jane Ann 404. 495, 497 

Schott. Joe L 102 

Schovajsa, Evelyn 408 

Schrader. Carlos 398 

Schrank, Martin R. 418 

Schriewer, Menan C 296, 335, 452 

Schuchert. Shirley 99 

Schuchert, Barbara Ann 67, 218, 219 

Schulenberg, John Theodore 258 

Schuler. Anpe (Catherine 115 

Schulle. Janice Eliiabeth .52. 130, 196, 386 

Schulle, Wallis 488 

Schulte, Frnk C. ... 77,249,294 

Schultz. Mary 77, 213, 334, 496 

Sehulte, Kathleen Doris 87, 112, 191 

Schulze, Shirley 67. 224 

Schumann. Leland H 297 

Schwab, Robert Rudolph 77, 391, 401 

Schwarting. William Brown 114 

Schwarti, Aileen Rita 67, 99, 194, 424 

Schwarti. Beverly Phyllis 53, 332 

Schwartl, Dine . 77, 223, 428 

Schwarti. Herbert Frederick 128, 414 

Schwarti, Jem Marie 87, 223, 491 

Schwarf, Newton Boris 323, 344, 352, 393 

Schwarti, Robert Eugene 272 

Schwarz. Charles E 300 

Schwarz. Mary Katherinc 345 

Schwar*. Mclhert D 132, 268 

Schwarzbach, Bernard E.. Jr 53 

Schwarzbach, Robert Travis 77, 252 

Schweppe, Kate Sandford 

Schweppe, Marvin F 87 

Scoggins, James Harvey (Jimmy) .... 87, 386 

Scott, Alan 109. 131, 273 

Scott, Ann Kelly 115 

Scott, Dora Belle 99 

Scott, Frances 204, 336 

Scott, Glenda Ruth 191 

Scott. James C 77 

Scott. Mary F. Gillespie 122 

Scott, Mary Jane 77.206,409 

Scott, Rawland Leon 53, 129, 240, 313, 410 

Scott, William 481 

Scott, William Blair. Jr 67, 99, 270. 320 

Scott, William Charles 53, 419 

Scotten. Sandra 387, 405 

Sntliih Ritt Dormitory 340 

Scrivner, Caroline R 215, 333, 480 

Scroggin, D. C 296 

Scroggins, Clyde T 296 

Scroggins, Garry 401 

Scroggins, Harry 296 

Scroggins. Richard Louis (Dick) 87, 237 

Scrutchin, Doris Lee. 99 

Scurlock. Harry Gibson 129, 244, 313, 328 

Scurlock, James Marvin 67, 256 

Scurry, Murphy Townsend 240 

Seale, John Harrison 270. 271, 349, 482 

Seale. Robert Henry, II 270 

Sealy, Myrtis 77, 192. 193. 332 

Sealy, TOM 13 

Searcv, Fred Porter 253 

Searcy, Katherine Andrews 217 

Sease, Peter Michael 419 

Seay. Bryant Pearce 274 

Sebesta. Her.ry Warren, Jr 256 

Seeberger. Rudolph G us, Jr 67, 1 1 1 , 425 

Seeley, Pat 77, 203, 496 

Seelinger. Ronald A 314 

Seelye. Alfred L Ill 

Segal. Monica 208,411.428 

Seibel. Leonard Isjac 230 

Seidensticker, Calvin Carl 417 

Seidler. Robert C 296 

Seigle, Sondra 195 

Sekaly, Walter Marian ..67 

Sekt."Ral?igh 97, 194, 404 

Selber, Suzanne 87, 195, 404 

Seline, Morton B 317, 348 

Sellers. Billy Joe 397 

Sellers, Cecil Gray 270 

Sellers, Eleanor 77, 204 

Sellers, Laura 77. 219 

Selman. John Bass 1 16, 252 

Selman. Hugh Let 87 

Selvili, Haluk 53. 387 

Sengel, Patsy Ruth 213, 334 

Srnion 29-58 

Sentell, Joseph Wright 129, 249, 299 

Sentell. Marvin F. 60,248 

Senter, David Alfen 391 

Serafy, Helen 53.340.405 

Berber, Ina Adele 53, 113. 114 

Serim, Cetin Erol 342 

Serio. Lena Ann 345. 412 

Sessions. Joseph Williim 419 

Setliif. James E. 325 

Settegast, Carol 204 

Settegast, Sandra Louise 217 

Sevier, Marion Rebecca 87. 217, 337. 490 

Sevili. Melih Mehmet 387, 400 

S.-W.-I1. Delmer H 298, 335. 420. 452 

Sewell, Frederic D 87, 275. 317 

Sewell. George Barnard 274 

Sewell. Harley E.. 298, 335, 420. 437. 438. 453 

Sexton. Robert Franklin 316, 335. 452 

Shaddock, Joe Ed 77. 97. 418 

Shafer. Ann Dyke 130. 405 

Shal.T. George Alan 326.391 

Snai.T, Joyce Elliott 77, 212 

SlialiT. Hiil.-rt Wilham, Jr.. . 256, SOS 



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Shanken, Martin Lewis 289 

Shankle, Jean Manan 53. 204. 420 

Shannon, Bob Eric 77 

Shannon, George Lindsay 258 

Shapiro, Arlene 105,222 

Shapiro, Clifford Jay 23, 77, 264. 348 

Shapiro, Marvin Erwin 272 

Shapiro, Sander Wolff 273 

Sharp. Dudley Crawford 232 

Sharp. Richard Woods 67,275 

Sharp, Roy Datus, Jr. 256, 322 

Sharp, Russell Gardner 320. 483 

Sharpe. Bob A 314 

Sharpe, Ernest Alonio 109,131 

Sharpe, Nelson .481 

Sharpe, Robert Franklin. Jr. 351 

Sharpless, Harry Reid. Jr 256, 323, 486 

Shasha, Alexander Chan 53, 400 

Shattuck, Ben Earl 87 

Shaw, Anne 430 

Shaw, Charles Van Dyke 67.240 

Shaw, Clyde B 67 

Shaw, Edwin Nesbitt ... 250 

Shaw, Lail Hamilton 257 

Shaw, Hamilton L.. 315 

Shaw, Van C. D 300, 430 

Shawell, Randal Steel 278. 484. 488 

Shearer, Raymond Leslie 234 

Shedoudy, Emil Joseph 53 

Sheerin. Patricia Ann 99. 190 

Sheffey. Everett Marshall 87. 308 

Sheff id \ Irving Kemp, Jr 28. 401 

Sheffield, William J 128, 416 

Sheinberg, Israel 53. 230 

Shelburne, James, Jr 114 

Sheldon, Barbara Ann 77. 210 

Sheldon. Nancy Ann. . . 67, 99 

Shell, Jeun Knight 77. 217, 492 

Shelly, James Edwin 276, 398 

Sheltnan, Cecil Benjamin. 133, 39R 

Shelmire, David S 127, 255 

Shclmire. WillUm Oyerton 254 

Shelton, Ann Genevive . . ...197 

Shelton. Clough, III 67. 274. 325 

Shelton, David Harold 311. 398 

Shelton, Frances 332 

Shelton, Genevieve 87 

Shelton, James Martin, Jr 23, 254, 317 

Shepherd, Richard Earl 77, 247 

Sheport, John L 67 

Shepnard. Rita L 345, 420 

Sheriff, LenisHershell 53, 111, 113, 114 

Sherman, Helen Mary Ann 336 

Sherman. Lanctte 99, 204. 408. 422 

Sherman. Stanley Alan 87, 265. 314 

Sherrod, Henry Clay. Jr 398 

Sherwood. Bobbie Gene 206 

Sherwood. Danny L 88 

Shield, Elgein C 53, 313. 328, 341, 410 

Shield, Richard Gray 341.410 

Shield, Singa Sellers 410 

Shields, Mary Sue 53. 214 

Shields, Nancy K 77 

Shields, Rae ... 387 

Shiels, Robert M 67,253,294 

Shifflett, Amelia Eleen (Amy) 88, 112, 

201,404 

Shillito, Martha Meredith 198. 392 

Shipman, Morgan E 299 

Shipman, Warren Ware, III 254, 349 

Shipwash, Billy Dave 308 

Shires, Jack Andrew 228 

Shirley, Brack K 410 

Shirley, Michael 67, 99, 274, 453 

Shivers, Allan 118 

Shneider, Charles Walter, Jr 400 

Shocket, Marjorie Ann 77. 208 

Shook. Ryan Allen 401 

Shores. Margaret Louise 345, 392, 405 

Short. Byron Elliot 127, 133 

Short. Georgia Louise 219. 419 

Short, Gladys 412 

Shoshoce. Donna Lee 195.411 

Shoultz, James C 290 

Shoup, Francis Elliott 248, 325, 405 

Showalter, George Wallace 245. 316 

Shriver. Jaek Edgar 259, 319 

Shropshire. Virginia Ruth 88, 203, 405 

Shudde, John L 232, 307 

Shudde, Walter John 285 

Shuford, Iris 125 

Shugtrt, Herman E 290 

Shutts, William Hollind 127,413 

Sickles. William S. 77. 320. 387 

Sicro. Irene 209. 332, 412 

Sides, Malcome Donald 344 

Sidiey Lanier Literary Society . . 424 

Siegel. Reva Lee 208 

Siegel, Robert Anton 273 

Siegel, Sidney 95, 134, 351, 380. 406 

Sie. Marvin G 290 

Sigel, Ann 53 

Sigel, Kdwh Michael 231 

Siitel. Marvin Meyer 53. 230, 391. 393 

Sigma Alpha KptUm 270 

.Sigma Alpha lota 130 

Sigma Alpha MM 272 

Sigma Chi 274 

Sigma Mia Chi 131 

Sigma Dtlla Tau 222 

Sigma tola EptUm 132 

Sigma \ 276 

Sigma Phi Kpnlon 278 

Sites, Charles Thomas 88, 279. 308 

Sikcs. Sylvia 214 

Sikora, Albert N 273. 296 



Sillier, Gerald Paul 272 

Silva. Eduardo 419 

NilnrSpm... 352 

Silverberg, Maxel B llf. 264 

Silverman, Daniel Neil 265, 300 

Silverman, Henrietta Leigh 88. 1 12. 223. 

404, 491 
Silvers, David Sterling 67. 99, 100, 101, 

264, 348 

Silvus, Robert Frederick 77, 24N. 293 

Simcik, Chester Lee 297 

Simri.cn. Edward Robert 244. 305 

Simmonds, Lutcher B 319 

Simmons, Barbara Jean 77, 207 

Simmons, Carroll Day 14. 1 14 

Simmons, Craig Barrow 77, 270. 325 

Simmons, Dolores W. 345, 412 

Simmons, Dwight Marshall 250 

Simmons, FredF 127, 235 

Simmons. Jeannette Christine 53. 224, 422 

Simmons, Lutcher Blades 274. 288 

Simmons, Marshall 326 

Simms, Mary Margie 125 

Simon, Adolph Bertram Hirst 264 

Simon, Dolph B. H 319, 352, 393 

Simon, Erwin Hugo ... 344 

Simon, Richard J., Jr. 272, 273 

Simon, Richard U 321 

Simpson, D. W 22 

Si in i i.-i MI . Diane 402 

Simpson, F. Arthur. . 405 

Simpson, Jan Lowry 88, 205, 337, 490 

Simpson, John Edwin 53 

Sims. Joe 323 

Sims. John Lester 126 

Sims, Nelda Gwynn 67, 388 

Sims, Orland L 100, 101, 102, 103, 131 

Sims, Ruth Lucile 67, 99, 218, 219 

Sims, Shirley Ann 99 

Sims, Sidney Buell, Jr 124 

Sinclair, Patricia Anne 221, 420, 490 

Singer, Sidney Griffin 77, 300 

Singh, Dajjeet 126 

Singh, Rajinder 53 

Singleton, F. Howard 266, 294 

Singleton, H. Neil 243,325 

Singleton, John Bennett, Jr 269 

Singleton, Samuel F., Jr 77, 268 

Siptak, Joe H 325. 408 

Sirven, Gustavo A 77, 487 

Sissom. Alton W 117 

Sitton, Fred 387 

Skapple, Rodney Dean 77 

Skeen, Joe Baily, Jr 275. 317 

Skeen. Joe B 88 

Skeltoi, Jimes E. . . ..77 

Skibell. Bernard Frink 99. 272 

Skibell, Carl Albert 272. 300 

Skidmore, Fred A. 321.335 

Skiles. Nancy Marie 77, 333 

Skiiner, Dan R 318,391 

Skipsna, Use Mali t . 417 

Skyles, Ben Henry 274 

Slater, Pat G 299,452 

Slater, William Parker 341, 481, 483 

Slatten, Judy ..67,99,214 

Slattum, Evelyn 67, 99 

Slaughter, Laura Antoinette 427 

Slaughter. Lee M. 327 

Slaughter. Legrinde Mancel 277 

Slaughter. Toni 88 

Slavik, Fr-.nk Kerry 286 

Slay. Buford Glyn, Jr 258 

Slaviiaugh, Gwe.i Ann 99 

Slider. Joseph H.. 390,391 

Sloan, Maggie S. 125 

Slonneger. Robert Dean 127 

Slutsky. Aaron 231 

Smaistrla. Charles J 296, 335, 419, 452 

Small. Allen Grayson 398 

Smalley, Gail 387 

Smalley. Norma Gail 88 

Smart, Fred William 392 

Smead, Hamp 250 

Smead, H. P 22 

Smith, Alice Elaine 112 

Smith, Allan M 253 

Smith, Alvin Aries 391 

Smith, Ann 53, 204 

Smith, Barbara Jane 77, 212, 213. 362 

Smith. Bette 99 

Smith. Bettie Margaret 224 

Sn-ith, Betty Jo Anne 216 

Smith, Beverly Elaine 223. 337, 422 

Smith, Beverly L'Vonne 67, 99, 196 

Smith. Billy Joe 298. 348 

Smith, C. Aubrey 111. 113, 114 

Smith. Calvin J 116. 343, 418 

Smith, Carles E 280 

Smith. Carlos C 299 

Smith. Carmen Gladys 67, 196, 197. 422, 491 

Smith, Carol 192, 386 

Smith. Carolyn 214, 405, 406. 427, 496 

Smith, Charlie 97 

Smith. Charles Edward 53 

Smith, Charles Everett 99 

Smith. Charlotte Ann 88, 207. 332, 404. 412 
Smith. Clyll Ray 243 

Smith. Dan Car'gill, III 247, 308, 348 

Smith, David K. 323 

Smith. David Madison 256,296 

Smith. David Rae 99.294 

Smith. Dean 437.453 

Smith. Donald Charles 99, 127, 256, 352 

Smith. Donald Ray 308 

Smith, Edgar Lee .... 77 

Smith. With Lillian .201 

Smith. Edward W 20, 259, 4H4 

Smith. Edwin M. 400 

Smith. Elaine Faye 208. 493 



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Name Pages 

Smith, Eugene Linscomb 67, 116, 343 

Smith, Eugene T., Jr 282 

Smith, Evelyn Lianne 53, 334, 387, 392 

Smith, Everett Grant (Cap) . . . . 109, 114, 271 

Smith, Finis Dean 352 

Smith, Frances 53, 100, 101, 200 

Smith, Frances June 88, 334, 407 

Smith, Gary Rolla 88, 253, 296 

Smith, Garry V 321 

Smith, Gene 288 

Smith, Glenn Coleman 53 

Smith, Gordon L., Jr 53 

Smith, H. 327 

Smith, Harold Wood 117, 133 

Smith, Harvey William 250 

Smith, J. Murray 481 

Smith, James R 398 

Smith, James Roy 257 

Smith, Jeanette 206 

Smith, Jerry Neil 88, 127 

Smith, Jerry Wayne 88, 391 

Smith, Jesse L 295, 462, 467 

Smith, Joan Lunn 99 

Smith, Joe E 77, 341 

Smith, Joseph N 53, 99, 129, 306 

Smith, Josephus Murray 254 

Smith, Joe W 290 

Smith, Judith Wade 53, 224, 419, 422 

Smith, June 193 

Smith, Kathryn Thomas 28, 190 

Smith, L. Beverly 88 

Smith, Larry Glenn 77, 243 

Smith, Larry Wayne 269, 318 

Smith, Leonard T 28, 268 

Smith, Lorna 67, 99, 333 

Smith, Lottie Nell 88 

Smith, Lurline Byrd 54, 196, 19V 

Smith, Margaret Crouch 125 

Smith, Marilyn V 77 

Smith, Mary Anne 54, 220, 407 

Smith, Mary Kathryn 77, 112, 336, 429 

Smith, Mary Latriece 345 

Smith, Max Howard 309, 341, 481, 

482, 484, 486 

Smith, Milton Lyle 116 

Smith, Nayalie 99 

Smith, Nellora Ruth 112 

Smith, Norma Brooks 204 

Smith, Onny Burke 54, 108 

Smith, Patricia Joan 214 

Smith, P. D 314 

Smith, Paul Dale 258 

Smith, Percy Lee 286, 324 

Smith, Ray Burl 391 

Smith, Robert B 129 

Smith, Robert Edward 67, 278, 325, 423 

Smith, Robert Hadley Ill, 274 

Smith, Robert Henry 286 

Smith, Robert Lee 67, 99, 286, 298 

Smith, Robert Page . 114 

Smith, Robert Ted 233 

Smith, Ruth 77, 404, 497 

Smith, Samuel B 54 

Smith, Sanford E 110, 272 

Smith, Sawnie Adeline 67, 203 

Smith, Stephen Drew 67, 105, 386 

Smith, Terry 67, 249 

Smith, Thomas Day 77, 266, 321 

Smith, Wanda V 67, 336, 388, 429 

Smith, William Await 276 

Smith, W. A. (Block) .... . . 427 

Smith, Walter Kirke 234 

Smith, Wayne Douglas 413 

Smothers, Thomas Charles 67 

Smyth, Beth 67, 204, 407 

Snavely, Carol 67 

Sneed, Langford H 297, 335, 452 

Snell, Jerry F 88, 97 

Snider, George Winston 88, 277 

Snider, Sally 67, 216 

Snively, Gordon Jarrett 54, 278, 401 

Snow, Corbin Lee, Jr 255, 315, 335, 452 

Snow, Earl F 113 

Snow, Henry Leland ... ... 28, 287, 413 

Snow, Thomas Marion, 275, 321, 335, 462, 467 

Snyder, David Wm 298, 335, 420, 429 

Snyder, Sally 490 

Soderberg, Klof Holmfred 398 

Solether, Nancy Ann 67, 192 

Solomon, Elihu 281 

Sommerfield, Jack B 54 

Sondock, Ffflmor M 280 

Sone, Rosemary 54, 212, 407, 494, 495, 

496, 498 

Sonnenburg, Waldie Wilbert 54, 414, 416 

Sophomores 69 

Sord, Burnard H 132 

Sororities 189 

Sorovik, Edward T 400 

Sorrell, J. R 13 

Soto, Alica 338, 415, 421, 431 

Soules, Frances Janet 54, 387, 388 

Sourbck, Harry G 400 

South Central Texas Club 425 

Southwell, Bonnie Lea 420, 489, 493 

Southwell, William J 300 

Southworth, Frank G 54 

Sowards, Jack Burke 387 

Sowell, Charles L 256, 349, 453 

Sowell, Jack R. (Buzzy) ...116, 256, 288, 349 

Spangler, Charles R 54, 414 

Spardlin, Ronald 335 

Sparenberg, Charles Herman 15 

Sparkman, Claude Darrell 77, 320, 423 

Sparks, Cecil R 54, 127, 133, 401, 423 

Speaker, Lucy Lee 77, 130, 200, 386, 417 

Speaker, Mary 125 

Spear, Harry Morgan 233 

Spear, Mary Helen, 54, 102, 134, 345, 417, 431 
Spears, Franklin Scott 60, 94, 248, 299, 

352, 377, 427 



Name Pages 

Spears, lone Petty 125, 424 

Spears, Jo Ann hyltin 54, 206, 350, 422 

Spears, Thomas Gill 279 

Speckels, Ben Henry, Jr 425 

Speer, bill, Jr 315 

Speer, William Marion 54 

Speir, Harold Justin 54, 401 

Spelce, Neal Leslie 88, 247, 391 

Spell, Joann King 204 

Spell, Virginia Browning 422 

Spence, Libert Riddick 67, 335, 468, 472 

Spence, Melvin L 296, 335, 452 

Spencer, Charles W 318 

Spencer, Don 256 

Spencer, Florence Elizabeth 125 

Spencer, Norman Stuart, Jr 228, 288 

Spencer, Richard C 60, 297 

Spenrath, Edwin Lawrence 400 

Spice, Hohn 240 

Spinuzzi, John Anthony 344 

Spitzer, Mary Beryl 112, 332 

Spooks 426 

Spooner, Katherine Ann 200, 404 

Spoor, Daniel H 266, 288, 352 

Spradlin, Ronald E 297, 453, 462, 465 

Sprague, Robert Murray 308 

Spratt, Frances M 121, 412 

Spriegel, William R 19, 111, 114, 132 

Spriggs, Dorothy Pynor 204 

Spring, Gilmer Rayborn 335, 437, 453 

Spring, Irby Hannah 345, 407 

Springer, Charles Christopher, HI, 77, 274, 320 

Springer, Tommy 335, 474 

Sproles, Ulenda Ruth 88, 203 

Sprong, Cordelia Jane 54, 202, 203, 407, 

490, 495, 496 

Sproull, William Helms 420 

Spurger, Sylvia Sue 215 

Spurlock, William W 405 

Squibb, Barbara Jean 202 

Squibb, Duke Edward 270 

Squibb, John Donald, Jr 60, 270 

Squyres, Robert T 77, 111, 300, 393, 427 

Srini-Vasan, S 54 

Srygley, Betty Maria 412 

Srygley, Bette Marie 214 

Staacke, Ann 211, 393 

Staehely, Wm. Pearce 245, 317 

Stafford, Gerald M 257 

Stahl, Charles Frederic 260, 319, 342 

Stahl, Douglas Fredric 419 

Stallings, Rex Patrick 305 

Stalmach, Charles Joe, Jr 127, 327, 342 

Stamper, Frances G 200, 421 

Stampp, Julia Alice 214 

Standard, Jack 387 

Standlee, Robert G 99 

Standridge, Rita Jean 345, 491 

Stanford, Betty Carolyn. . . .67, 196, 422, 491 

Stanford, Roy Dee 325, 397 

Stanger, Billy Joe 54 

Stankosky, Peter Nicholas 54, 116 

Stanley, Vayden Foy 308 

Stanton, Nancy Bernice 77 

Staph, Horace Eugene 127, 133 

Staples, Joseph A., Ill 248 

Stapleton, Cyril Danmen 247, 296 

Stark, Philip Mayes 127 

Stark, Virginia Kae 87, 225, 405 

Starkey, Jo Ann 88, 193 

Starkey, John B 317 

Starkey, Joseph S 324 

Starkey, Jimmy 67 

Starkey, Sue 127, 412 

Starkweather, Donald R 88, 300 

Staton, James Gene 414 

Stayton, Robert Weldon 255 

Stearns, Steve Galvis Edwin 410, 418 

Stedham, Virginia 423 

Steel, John Leonard 229, 306, 423 

Steele, Dorothy Ann 77, 429 

Steele, Marilyn Virginia 88, 205, 429 

Steele, Seth H., Jr 88, 300 

Steer, Robert Kenneth 274 

Stegall, James William 243 

Stegemeier, George Leo, 28, 133, 419, 484, 485 

Stehling, Jack Arthur 252 

Stein, Pablo 1 10 

Steinberg, Rena Margaret 404 

Steinberg, Reva 195, 332 

Steinberger, John Clinton 67, 258, 299 

Steiner, Neil 88, 195 

Steinert, Allen Roy 399 

Stemkamp, Delores 386, 417 

Stengl, Gerald E 410 

Stenzel, Clarence Charles 250, 352, 482 

Stenzel, Sonja 99 

Stephen, Ernest Carroll 67 

Stephen, Joe Stanley 391 

Stephens, Bette Jo 345 

Stephens, E. Lewis 299 

Stephens, Edith 88, 197 

Stephens, George 348 

Stephens, John Birdwell 269, 298 

Stephens, Leonard L 311 

Stephens, Lotha Ann 54, 210, 411 

Stephenson, George 242, 308 

Stephenson, Harry Walter 132 

Sterken, Jo Ellen 337, 412 

Sterling, Jack 419 

Sternberg, Shirley Ruth 112, 495, 498 

Sternenbers, Fred W 323 

Stetler, Marvin M 248 

Stevens, George Talbot, Jr 110, 256 

Stevens, James Crosby 246, 410 

Stevens, Joe Walter 267 

Stevens, Nancy Anne 77, 224, 333 

Stevenson, Buddy Bob. . . .321, 420, 462, 464 

Stevenson, Clarence Neal 329 

Stevenson, James C 67 

Stevenson, Joan Catherine 54, 200, 491 



Name Pages 

Stevenson, Scottie Gayle. . .77, 216, 402, 490 

Stevenson, Thomas Allan 129, 301 

Stevenson, Thomas 29 1 

Steves, Marthelk 67, 214 

Steves, Sterling Wallce 1 18, 240 

Stewart, Arthur 454 

Stewart, Don Harold 67, 400 

Stewart, Hubert R., Jr 242, 398 

Stewart, Ray B., Jr 387 

Stewart, Jacob Thomas 132 

Stewart, Merry Faye 54 

Stewart, Sidney C 326 

Stewert, Jackie Dale 327, 341 

Stieren, Elizabeth Ann 216 

Stiles, Shirlye H 204 

Stilley, Allen L 299 

Stillinger, Jack Clifford 54, 122, 260 

Stillinger, Shirley Van Wormer. 54, 122, 200, 
203, 350 

Stillinger, Shirley Ann 88, 337, 424 

Stillman, Jacob Harris 77, 127, 230, 325 

Stillman, Rosalyn Helen 223 

Stillwagon, Jo Ann 202 

Stischer, Walt M 54, 242, 320 

St. John, Fred Gene 54, 474 

St. John, Joe Alan 116, 307, 343 

Stobaugh, John Perry 77, 240, 339, 401 

Stocks, Douglas R., Jr 294 

Stockton, John Robert Ill, 114 

Stockton, Nan 125 

Stoeltje, Mack 240, 349, 485 

Stofer, Preston A 250 

Stokes, Bennett 263 

Stokes, Frank 429 

Stokes, Gwendolyn June 120, 407 

Stokes, Robert W 311 

Stolhandske, Carl Thomas . 232, 322, 335, 434, 
437, 438, 453 

Stone, Alice Elizabeth 88, 337 

Stone, Donald Lamar 246, 429 

Stone, Martha Marie 88, 213 

Stone, Patricia Marie 225 

Stone, Robert LeGrande 133 

Stone, Samuel Vaughan, Jr 234, 322 

Stone, Sarah 55, 96, 212, 412 

Stone, Shirley Beth 67, 196, 197 

Stone, Wilton Rodger 258, 319 

Stout, Anthony Newton 300 

Stout, Jack Ben 77, 429 

Stout, John Lee 55, 252 

Stovall, Jimmy Vance 217, 245, 317 

Stover, Billie Wayne 88 

Stoy, Herbert E., Jr 88 

Strahan, Wendell Lee 244 

Strahan, Wesley Randall 244 

Straiton, Archie Waugh 117, 133, 287 

Straiton, Nancy Louise 88, 193, 409 

Strange, Olive 125 

Strange, Zeke S 299 

Stranger, Billy J 339 

Strassmann, Angelica 200, 417 

Straten, Richard Vander 256, 400 

Strauss, Elizabeth Marie 112, 408, 425 

Strauss, Henry J 425 

Strauss, Joanne 425 

Strebeck, Robert Martin 294 

Strecker, Richard A 314 

Streetman, Marion L 55 

Strettman, Jack D 55 

Streusand, Charles Lee 264, 320 

Strickland, Billy Frank 324, 425 

Strickland, Bobby Joe 324, 425 

Strieber, Leslie John 77, 252, 320 

Strock, James M 126 

Strom, Hubert H 77, 320, 429 

Strong, Guerry May 282 

Strouhal, George John 28 

Strouhal, Helen Marie 88 

Struhall, Frances Marie 88, 193 

Struhall, James Francis 249 

Strum, Gerald Stanley 28 

Strum, Shirley Elise. . .97, 103, 112, 194, 340, 
351,378,392,407,424,428 

Struve, Frieda Ellen 210, 332 

Strybos, Gabe William 419 

Stuart, Bill Frank 237 

Stuart, Jane Lee 88, 215, 337 

Stubblefield, John M 294 

Stubbs, Muriel L 115, 345, 407, 491 

Stuckey, Jesse William 116, 343, 483 

Studdard, Don Edward 55 

Studdert, Elizabeth Hoyt 220, 405 

Student A ssembly 93 

Student Christian Association 427 

Student Government 91 

Studer, Raymond G 240 

Studer, Stanley S 259, 323, 453 

StuUken, Florence 114 

Sturch, George Thomas 55, 321, 328 

Sturdivant, Wayne P 299 

Sturm, Richard Joseph 419 

Sturrock, Robert Lee 300, 342 

Stutts, Mary Grace 345 

Stutzenburg, Thomas E 55 

Suehs, James Ernest 127, 287 

Sugarman. Charles E 272, 273 

Sugerman, Judith Ann 223 

Sugarman, Sandra Joy 88, 223 

Suggs, Ann Lee 97, 112,220,490 

Suhler, William Charles 55, 295. 390, 391 

Sulkevich, Edmund Thomas Ill, 419 

Sullivan, George Harris 122 

Sullivan, John Benjamin 418 

Sullivan, John Francis 270, 271 

Sullivan, Mary Ann 55, 224 

Sullivan, Mary Elaine 201, 419 

Sullivan, William Gerald 132 

Sumerall, Carroll Burleson 278 

Summerlin, Harvey Newell 278 

Summers, Nancy Lee 88, 205, 332 

Summers, Sue 205 



Name Payti 

Sumral, C. B 484 

Sundholm, Robert A 316 

Sunkel, Margaret Sue 77, 202 

Surovik, Edward J . 55, 397 

Surratt, Helen Kay 67, 204, 427 

Susman, Ari Jonas 231 

Sutherland, Carol 99, 197 

Sutherland, Robert Lee 127 

Sutton, Ann Louise 88. 96, 193 

Sutton, M. Janet. . . .67, 192, 193, 333, 351, 
404, 424, 427, 430, 496 

Svadlenak, Lorer Dean 232, 408 

Svendsen, Carl Olen 88, 299 

Swain, David Leland 262 

Swales, Sharon Louise... . 67,97,212,423 

Swaney, Willard R., Jr 67 

Swann, Betty Sue 55, 115, 345, 429 

Swanner, Charles B 88, 318 

Swartz, Jean 387 

Swartz, Sandra 88 

Swearingen, Garland Foscue 391 

Swearingen, James F 328 

Swearingen, James Samuel .77, 240, 327, 461 

Swearingen, Robert Lee 240, 318 

Swearingen, William Scott 67, 129, 398 

Sweatman, Carole Len 203 

Sweeney, Robert Boyce 113, 114, 132 

Sweeny, Roger E 296, 302 

Sweet, Arnold Norman 230, 288 

Swem, Bonnie May 214 

Swenson, A. M. G 13, 118 

Swenson, Dorothy Jane 88, 336 

Swenson, Mary Ann 412 

Swenson, Thomas Frederick 308 

Swenson, Wallace Leon 55, 113, 114, 

390, 391 

Swift, Sarah Elizabeth 220, 421 

Swimming 460-461 

Swope, John Gordon 405 

Sykes, Christ* Maria 67, 215, 3.14 

Sykes, Jerre Edwin 269 

Szcchenyi, Audr'a 402 

Szilagyi. Elizabeth June 88, 215 

Szuibb, Duke Edward 77 



T Association 453 

Tlok 343 

Tabb, Jeanette Probst 125 

Tabcr, Cecil Easley 214 

Taber, Walter, Jr 401 

Tabor, Charles R 249, 322 

Tabor, H. C 295 

Tabor, Marilyn 387 

Taborsky, Eduard 126, 243 

Tabusa, Takemitsu 28 

Tackett, Helen 350 

Taft, James 101 

Talamantes, Arthur F 293 

Talamas, Edward John 415 

Talerico, Grazia A. . . .77, 101, 198, 404, 497 

Talley, Bill Ed 321 

Talley, D. James 323 

Talley, Mabel Ann 55, 345 

Tankersley, Ewell Lake 67, 116, 287, 325 

Tank?rsley, George Seal Ill 

Tanner, David L* 267, 305 

Tanner, Joe Henry 323, 349, 453 

Tanner, Van Ness 260 

Tannos, Joseph Thomas 55, 133 

Tapman, Thomas Frank 67, 116 

Tarkington, Murray 274, 295 

Tarnapol, William Stuart 264 

Tarpley, Elizabeth 121, 125, 199. 412 

Tarr.J. L 348 

Tarte, Edward Cartwright 127, 427 

Tate, JonR 318 

Tate, Margaret Ann 55, 224, 387, 402 

Tate, Martha Ann 198, 199, 226 

Tatom, William A 311 

Tatsch, Robert Edward 67, 398 

Tatum, Donald 483 

Tatum, John B 88 

Tatum, John Paul 315, 335, 452 

Tatum, Ralph Donald 323, 341, 481, 482 

Tau Beta Pi 133 

Tau Delta Pki 280-281 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 282-283 

Taylor, Albert Scott 256, 308, 322 

Taylor, Allen 255 

Taylor, Betty Jo 77, 103, 120, 134, 2J2 

Taylor, Blanche Lavon 77 

Taylor, Byna 77 

Taylor, Charles Creed 55, 400 

Taylor, Charles Edwary 67, 128. 256, 

321, 387, 414 

Taylor, Conway Adair 304 

Taylor, Davis M 248 

Taylor, Dixie 429 

Taylor, Dorward Jackson 335 

Taylor, George Oliver 409 

Taylor, Gladys Virginia 55, 120 ,125, 386 

Taylor, Jack Greer 118 

Taylor, Joan Carlton 202, 429 

Taylor, Jodie 134 

Taylor, Kirby 327 

Taylor, Lawrence V 320 

Taylor Leroy William 268 

Tavlor, Marma Duke 401 

Ta'ylor, Martha Loy 67, 345, 491, 497 

Taylor.MaxE 325 

Tavlor, Murray E 326 

Taylor, Patty.'. . . .55, 345, 407, 420, 429, 491, 
495, 497 

Taylor, Robert Franklin 67 

Taylor, Robert Kinder, Jr 55, 297 

Taylor, Roy LeGrand, Jr 254 

Taylor, Thomas Edgar, Jr 400 

Taylor, Thomas W 88 



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Taylor. Vernon Marshall 268 

Taylor, Winston Melvin. Jr. 68, 1 1 1 

Teague. Gwynn Arvin 244, 294 

Teague. James Russell 118,298 

Teague . Nancy E. M, 206. 207. 226 

Teague, Shirley Ann 77, 207, 427 

Teague. Weldon Winston 309, 386 

TCM, Francis Marion 88, 277. 295 

Tra, Harry L 88 

Tedford. Walter Edgar 55, 127, 133, 342. 401 

Teer. Edward Lee 77. 247, 323. 392 

Tees. David Woods 247, 315 

Telkamp, DanL 88,318 

Temple, Bobby Louis 122 

Temple. Nancy Lou 55. 190. 191. 422 

Templeton. Ann R 497 

Templeton, Betty Jane 88. 112. 209. 490 
Templeton. Gene Arden 308, 420 

Templeton, Jamrs Richard 234, 294 

Templeton. Stuart Edward 58. 250, 400 

Templin. James Curtis 88, 269, 296, 389. 391 

Tenney, James M 319 

Tenneyuuue, Socorro 68, 396 

Teng, Robert Lye-Hock 423 

Tennyson, Ed J. 294 

Terk.Sara \ 88,386 

Terrell. Barbara Lee 68, 212, 350, 351 

Terrell, Jamie Bryent 398 

Terrill, Robert Kennedy 269, 423 

Terry, Ben Alan 274, 322 

Terry, Clyde E 414 

Terry. Dan Hallman 228 

Terry, Jerry 88, 336 

Terry. William Pat 308 

Tesc'hner, Merle May 88, 112, 336, 417 

TaoM OK*O 349 

Toot Stan 428 

Tool Student PMieatimi 98, 99 

Thames, Clement Beal, Jr 55, 278 

Thamhouser, Gretchen 216, 388 

Thatcher. Karen 217,422 

Thaxton. Gertrude 196, 226 

Thaxton. Jane Ann 88, 193, 430 

Thtadonu Co-op 34S 

Theimer, Jan Ann 88, 203, 496 

Tkeleme Co-op 342 

Tketa CM 284, 285 

Tketa Sigma Pki 134 

Tluta Xi 286, 287 

Thienes, W illiam A 323 

Thigpen. Ruth Elene 68. 497 

Thomas. Charles A 295. 453, 468, 469 

Thoma